She is eight months pregnant with her third child with her footballer fiancé Scott Sinclair, 31.
And Helen Flanagan put her baby bump on display in a slew of stylish snaps that she shared via Instagram on Thursday.
The former Coronation Street star, 30, modelled a form-fitting burgundy red jumpsuit from Bump Suit as she posed for snaps at home.
Bumping along nicely: Pregnant Helen Flanagan put her baby bump on display as she posed in a burgundy red jumpsuit for stylish snaps she shared via Instagram on Thursday
Her blonde locks were pulled out of her face and up into sleek bun, and she wore a light palette of make-up to highlight her pretty features.
Helen posed with her hands behind her back to make her baby bump the highlight of the photograph as she looked to the camera.
On Thursday, Helen predicted she’s having another girl as she posed for a prenatal shoot ahead of her due date next month.
The actress who already shares Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, said in a press release with fitness and wellness community app TRUCONNECT by TV.FIT: ‘I don’t know what I’m having, but if I was to predict I think I’m having another daughter!’
Chic: Helen’s blonde locks were pulled out of her face and up into sleek bun, and she wore a light palette of make-up to highlight her pretty features
The post comes after Helen revealed she’s been struggling with rosacea – a common skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels in your face – after being bed-bound with extreme morning sickness.
She wrote: ‘I have started with rosacea recently apparently it’s hormonal anyone else experienced this in pregnancy? Love to know.
‘I usually have really swollen feet and ankles in pregnancy at this stage but I’ve always had summer babies… Maybe it’s because this time I’m carrying through the winter.’
Helen also revealed her third pregnancy will be her last after being left bed-bound with extreme morning sickness.
Happy family: Helen is a parent to daughters Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, with Preston North End footballer Scott Sinclair
The actress has suffered with hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) and revealed the symptoms have put her off having more children.
The condition, which Kate Middleton also suffered from, is characterised by severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss and possibly dehydration.
Speaking to Fabulous magazine, she said: ‘I always really wanted four children, but after the hyperemesis this time, I could never go through it again. So the decision about having more children after this one has been taken out of my hands, really.
‘It’s funny, I always thought if I knew I was carrying my last baby I would feel really sad about it, but because of what happened, I don’t see it like that. I see it as a positive decision and one I’m completely happy with.’
Oh no! On Wednesday, Helen took to her Instagram Stories to reveal that she’s struggling with rosacea, after being bed-bound with extreme morning sickness
Changes with the seasons? The soap star confessed she wonders if it’s due to ‘carrying through the winter’ after previously having had ‘summer babies’
Helen was forced to move back in with her parents while she was suffering with the condition as she needed help looking after daughters Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, while footballer fiancé Scott trains with Championship club Preston North End.
She said: ‘It started as soon as I found out I was pregnant and I was in and out of hospital where they would give me anti-sickness jabs
‘I wasn’t able to look after the girls because I literally couldn’t get my head off the pillow. I was constantly being sick and couldn’t keep anything down.’
Pregnancy symptoms: The actress asked her followers if they’d had the same experience
WHAT IS HYPEREMESIS GRAVIDARUM?
Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is defined as severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
Celebrities who’ve been open about their own battles with HG include:
- The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton
- Kim Kardashian
- Kourtney Kardashian
- Debra Messing
- Kelly Clarkson
- Tia Mowry
- Tori Spelling
- Amy Schumer
It affects up to two percent of pregnant women.
HG symptoms usually appear between weeks four and six and peak at 9-to-13 weeks.
Up to 20 per cent of sufferers experience symptoms up to weeks 14-to-20, however, most have relief in the later stages.
Unlike morning sickness, which affects up to 80 percent of pregnant women, HG causes severe dehydration and prevents sufferers from keeping any food down.
Other symptoms include:
- Losing five percent or more of their pre-pregnancy weight
- Reduced urination
- Extreme fatigue
- Loss of skin elasticity
- A rapid heart rate
Some HG cases require hospitalization where women can receive IV fluids and nutrition.
HG’s cause was thought to be hormonal, however, research suggests it may be due to genetic variations.
Source: American Pregnancy Association
Helen added that she found it ‘so tough’ being bed-bound for so long and couldn’t even have the lights on at home because they made her feel dizzy.
The actress, who is due in March, also said that none of the medication she was given worked after she was on it for seven months when pregnant with Deliliah.
Her condition has improved as of late and she now experiences ‘normal’ morning sickness and can carry on with her day.
Difficult: Helen has admitted her third pregnancy will be her last after being left bed-bound with extreme morning sickness