Coronation Street icon Helen Flanagan looked sensational in the latest snaps she shared to her Instagram page.
The pregnant mum-of-two, who is expecting her third child with other half Scott Sinclair, looked incredible as she showed off her baby bump in the stunning photos.
Helen, who famously no longer uses filters on her photos, looked absolutely fabulous as she rocked a navy-blue bra and knickers set, which was adorned with pretty red and pink flowers.
The 30 year old went for all-out glam in the series of photos in the hair and makeup stakes, styling her golden-blonde locks into glamorous curls and adding a slick of red lipstick to her plump pout.
Writing alongside the photo, Helen shared that she was in her seventh month of pregnancy.
She penned: "Finally in my third trimester. 7 months now.
"I’ve definitely found this pregnancy a challenge after having a hyperemesis gravidarum pregnancy and I’ve not really felt like myself since I fell pregnant I still have nausea most days but just grateful that I don’t have hyperemesis gravidarum anymore and can be a mum to the girls and get about doing things.
"I do feel anxious about my labour. I’ve always had a bit of a fear about giving birth and I have been scared before each labour though I’ve been really lucky to have two really good positive labours. Midwives are just amazing. I’m trying a hypnotherapy course this time round. For me I work myself up in my head which is way worse than the actual labour."
Helen then went on to reveal she has been experiencing lots of back pain during her third pregnancy.
She continued: "I have quite a lot of back pain in this pregnancy and juggling the two girls can sometimes hurt my back more but I’m finding a hot water bottle and baths really help. Scott usually takes over with the bed/bath time routine with the girls but has broke his hand recently in a game.
"I genuinely would love a girl or a boy. I’d love to have three girls and sisters together, a girl gang and I would equally adore to have a little boy a son as it’s a totally new experience. I just feel lucky to carry with other women close to me not having such an easy time.
"This is definitely my last pregnancy. I had Matilda at 24 and I wanted my children close together and it just feels right for me. I would never want to go through the hyperemesis again, it wouldn’t be fair on the children I already have and I want to give each child as much attention as each other. I thought I’d feel sad if I knew I was carrying my last but the hyperemis has been a blessing as it’s took that away."
Helen concluded her statement by confirming that she would giving birth in hospital and not at home as she feels she may be "calmer".
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