Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who is expecting a boy, threw a colorful baby shower! See the photos.

Jamaican sprinter and her husband Jason threw a wonderful baby shower over the weekend at Alhambra Inn & Restaurant in Kingston, Jamaica.

Shelly-Ann looked vibrant in a yellow sundress with a flower crown, while Jason went for a simple all-white outfit.

The couple, who is expecting a boy, ran with a colorful theme, forgoing over-the-top venue decorations in favor of a wall dropback titled “Baby Z,” decored with vibrant flowers, along with a handful of family and close friends.

The Double Olympic gold medallist took to social media to share her maternity photo.

“All Good and Perfect Gifts come from God….Another day for you and me in paradise ❤️#BabyMakes3 #HisWill #PrycelessJourney,” she wrote on Instagram.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Baby Shower Photos 2017

Shelly-Ann later shared the same image on Facebook while giving credit to her associates who made her baby shower possible.

“No, SFP didn’t wake up like this so please allow us to acknowledge the team;
Dress: Ayanna Dixon
Make-up : Tonisha Kong
Photographer: O’Brien Brown
Decor: Pretti Parties
Talented Jamaicans 🇯🇲✔️From one entrepreneur to the next, SFP thanks you😊,” she added.

Shelly-Ann’s photos were immediately embraced by hundreds of congratulatory comments.

“Absolutely breathtaking. Thank you for sharing this intimate, and joyful moment with us. We appreciate.,” a user wrote.

“My mother once said to someone, and I’ll say the same to you; “No sah! Yuh fi pregnant fi everybody! You look great!” lol,” wrote another user.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce first announced her pregnancy on March 8.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Is Pregnant With Boy Baby 2017

“New Chapter awaits, Hello Motherhood!!! See you soon 👶🏾,” Shelly-Ann wrote.

Fans of the track star flocked to her page congratulating her and welcoming the announcement.

Fraser-Pryce, a seven-time World Championships gold medal winner married Jason in January 2011 in a private ceremony at Hanover’s chic Tryall Club.

The Olympian is widely regarded as one of the greatest sprinters in the history of the sport.

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