Pregnant Rachel Riley showcases her growing baby bump in a striped T-shirt and black trousers as she departs Countdown filming
She is expecting her second child with husband Pasha Kovalev.
And Rachel Riley looked radiant as ever as she departed Countdown filming at Media City in Salford on Wednesday.
The TV presenter, 35, showcased her growing baby bump in a white and black striped v-neck T-shirt which she paired with black trousers.
Out and about: Rachel Riley looked radiant as ever as she departed Countdown filming at Media City in Salford on Wednesday
Styling her blonde locks into an updo, Rachel added to her outfit with a colourful bag and a pair of white trainers.
Wearing a light pallet of makeup, the broadcaster also sported a pair of hoop earrings.
Rachel completed her laid back look for the day with a pair of sunglasses.
The couple are excitedly preparing to welcome their second child into the world and already share their daughter Maven, who is 18 months old.
Casual: The TV presenter, 35, showcased her growing baby bump in a white and black striped v-neck T-shirt which she paired with black trousers
It comes after Pasha recently revealed he is trying to protect his wife from cruel online comments sent by internet trolls.
As the dancer and Rachel are expecting their second child, Pasha said he is ‘trying to protect her as much as I can by providing a safe environment at home’.
He added: ‘That’s all I can do and try to direct her attention to the good things.’
Speaking to OK!, the Strictly star added he steers away from cruel online comments aimed at Rachel, admitting: ‘I never look at comments online and Rachel is trying to get a point across about racial abuse or domestic violence and she gets back very ridiculous messages.
Laid back: Styling her blonde locks into an updo, Rachel added to her outfit with a colourful bag and a pair of white trainers
‘People completely miss the point and speak about something irrelevant.’
His comments came a month after he revealed he worries how trolls’ hurtful messages could affect their unborn baby.
Speaking to The Mirror, he said: ‘I definitely can see how it stresses her. The smallest stress affects how the baby’s development is going.’
The performer added that he hates seeing hate flourish online where there is less accountability.
Glowing: Wearing a light pallet of makeup, the broadcaster also sported a pair of hoop earrings
He explained: ‘If you come up to someone on the street and tell them something like that, you’re probably going to get some sort of repercussion.
‘Online there’s a limited amount of repercussion, and it opens a floodgate. It should be stopped.’
Rachel previously revealed the stress of receiving hateful messages online stopped her first daughter, Maven, from kicking when she was pregnant with her
The Countdown star had been a vocal critic of Jeremy Corbyn and the anti-antisemitism row in the Labour Party and received horrific messages online as a result.
Continuing the trend: In 2019 Rachel announced her first pregnancy with a Countdown conundrum, posting a jumbled teaser that spelt the word ‘maternity’