Once upon a time, in a grand palace in a far-off land, there lived a sultana who was heavily pregnant. She had been waiting eagerly for the birth of her child, and to pass the time, she loved to be entertained by various performers in her court.
One day, a pregnant bellydancer arrived at the palace to perform for the sultana. The sultana was intrigued by the bellydancer's unique talent, especially since she was also pregnant. The bellydancer's movements were graceful, and she had an infectious energy that captivated the sultana.
As the performance went on, the sultana couldn't help but notice the bellydancer's pregnant belly, which was almost as large as her own. She was amazed at how the bellydancer could move so fluidly, even with the added weight and discomfort of pregnancy.
After the performance, the sultana invited the bellydancer to sit with her and asked her how she managed to dance so beautifully while pregnant. The bellydancer smiled and said that she had been practicing her art for many years and had learned to adapt her movements to accommodate her changing body.
The sultana was impressed by the bellydancer's dedication and skill and asked her to stay in the palace as her personal entertainer until the birth of her child. The bellydancer agreed and continued to entertain the sultana with her mesmerizing performances.
As the days went by, the sultana and the bellydancer grew closer and shared stories of their pregnancies and experiences as mothers. The sultana even asked the bellydancer to teach her some basic belly dance moves, which she found to be a fun way to stay active during her pregnancy.
Eventually, the sultana gave birth to a healthy baby, and the bellydancer was by her side, offering her support and encouragement throughout the entire labor. The sultana was grateful to have such a talented and caring entertainer in her court and considered the bellydancer to be a true friend.
From that day on, the bellydancer continued to perform for the sultana and her family, and her talent and dedication were always appreciated. The sultana even decided to start a tradition in her court where pregnant bellydancers would be invited to perform and entertain the court during their pregnancy, in honor of the talented bellydancer who had captured her heart.