Claudia Schiffer poses nude for Vogue Germany while pregnant

Proudly showing off her growing baby bump, supermodel Claudia Schiffer poses nude for the June cover of Vogue Germany.

Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld shot the glowing mom in a pose that is nearly identical to Demi Moore's infamous 1991 Vanity Fair cover in which the actress posed in the buff at seven-months pregnant.

Schiffer, 39, who announced her pregnancy in January, is expecting a baby girl with husband, director Matthew Vaughn, in May. The couple are already parents to Caspar, 7, and Clementine, 5.

The model has credited her new life as a wife and mom to helping change the workaholic lifestyle she once had.

"I used to work every single day and travel round the world. I worked weekends, I never took one second off," she told the Daily Mail. "When I met my husband I said, 'You know what, this is important. I'm not going to work weekends any more.' And when I had kids, I became even more careful. Modeling work is fine because you can do one day here, two days there – you're never long gone."

After marrying Vaughn in 2002, Schiffer said she put her career on hold to immediately start a family. After having their first child, the couple decided to have another "as soon as possible."

"I love being pregnant," she admitted. "You can do whatever you want. You don't feel guilty, because I used to feel guilty about having a day off."

"And, you know, something really strange happened to me. Before my pregnancies, I was someone who had to watch their weight. I had a personal trainer, I was working out, I would never eat anything sweet," she continued. "Anyway, I got pregnant and when I was breastfeeding it just came off. I can eat whatever I want. If I don't eat enough, I will lose weight."