Pregnant Dani Dyer cradles her baby bump while posing in a pink bikini as she enjoys a relaxing spa break ahead of welcoming twin girls
She’s expecting twin girls with her West Ham footballer beau Jarrod Bowen.
And Dani Dyer showcased her baby bump as she posed in a pink bikini while enjoying a relaxing spa break on Sunday.
The Love Island star, 26, looked incredible in the two-piece as she dipped her feet into a hot tub while cradling her tummy.
She later added an open white waffle spa dressing gown and left her long highlighted tresses loose while kicking back at Champneys.
The TV personality, who is already mum to Santiago, two, with her ex Sammy Kimmence, sat crossed legged while looking down at her bump.
Bumping along nicely: Dani Dyer, who is expecting twin girls in June, showcased her baby bump as she posed in a pink bikini while enjoying a relaxing spa break on Sunday
Relaxing: The Love Island star, 26, looked incredible in the two piece as she added an open white dressing gown over the top while kicking back at Champneys
Dani also posed for a sweet mirror selfie with her lookalike little sister Sunni who pouted and held up a peace sign.
She wrote alongside a gallery of Instagram snaps: ‘Such a lovely weekend’.
The daughter of actor Danny Dyer is preparing to welcome her two new bundles of joy in June, as she and Jarrod are doing up a new home to live in as a family of five.
The Love Island star will share the pressures she felt to be a ‘good mum’ after welcoming her first child with ex Sammy Kimmence in 2021.
Dani put out a request for fans on social media to share if they were struggling with anxiety, and their responses had formed the film, titled Dani Dyer: Is This Anxiety?
She said: ‘Anxiety is a topic that everyone’s heard about, but we still don’t openly talk about our experiences. It can affect anyone, but as a young mum, it can be overwhelming.
‘I’m really excited to be working with E4 and Summer Films to explore this topic, remove the stigma associated with mental health and meet other mums who have struggled with the pressures of what a supposed ”good mum” looks like.’
Commissioning Editor, Mel Bezalel said: ‘Millions of us have followed Dani since her stint in the villa, having fallen for her honesty, warmth and down to earth nature.
‘Her candidness on motherhood and how it’s changed her life – for better and for worse – is refreshing, necessary and this discussion about anxiety and parenthood feels long overdue.
‘The exclusive access Dani has given us makes this an important documentary we’re proud to have on E4 and All 4.’
Sam Whittaker of Summer Films said: ‘We are extremely grateful to Dani and everyone else involved for bravely putting trust in us to tell their stories, and making a film that we hope helps normalise conversations around anxiety in pregnancy and early parenthood.’
The film is the latest in a slate of programmes by Channel 4 focused on mental health, with Sam Thompson also set to front a programme on ADHD.
Sisters: Dani also posed for a sweet mirror selfie with her look-a-like sister Sunni who pouted and held up a peace sign