On Wednesday afternoon, the pregnant Cosby Show star looked quite relaxed in a selfie she snapped of her baby bump while lounging by the pool in a bikini. "The joy of sitting by the pool and not having to suck your stomach in!!! #MeAndMyLittleLady," she captioned the pic.
Also this week, Pulliam posted an encouraging quote to her Instagram that read: "I'm actually grateful that some things didn't work out the way I wanted them to."
In the caption, the 37-year-old actress added: "I always say that my plan 'B' has always been God's plan 'A'... Embracing the journey and eternally grateful for the abundance of blessings."
Meanwhile, Pulliam's ex-boyfriend, Big Tigger, responded to rumors that he could be the father of her child. "There's been lots of conversation and innuendo suggesting that I might be the father of someone's child," he said on his radio show on Monday. "There is zero percent chance that the child that is being alleged might be mine, is mine."
Big Tigger and Pulliam broke up in 2015 after three years of dating. "[I] could not have impregnated a female that I have not spoken to nor seen since our breakup," he added. "Any insinuation, speculation, intimation or rumor of me being the father of that young lady's beautiful child [is] just not true."
Last month, Hartwell filed for divorce from Pulliam just days after she announced she was pregnant, and nearly seven months after the two were married. In an exclusive sit-down with ET, Pulliam claimed she was blindsided when the 38-year-old former NFL pro told her he had filed for divorce, and insisted that she never cheated on him. She did, however, allege that he had been unfaithful during their marriage, and that she was the one who wanted to get a divorce before deciding to give him another chance. Pullham has denied these allegations of infidelity.
"There's a baby in the middle of this!" she exclaimed in the emotional interview. "And regardless, if we don't want to be married, that's fine, because we agree on that. But this baby is what's important, and I feel like that's being lost."