Binky Felstead shows off growing baby bump as she wows in off-shoulder summer dress

Lauren Clark
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Binky Felstead announced she was pregnant with her second child in December. (Getty Images)
Binky Felstead announced she was pregnant with her second child in December. (Getty Images)

She is several months pregnant with her second child after suffering from a miscarriage.

Now, Binky Felstead has shown off her growing baby bump in a pretty off-shoulder summer dress.

In a post on Instagram, the TV star, 30, can be seen making the most of the recent good weather by slipping on a coral-hued linen frock from popular brand Sleeper to spend time in the garden.

The 'Atlanta' – one of Sleeper's best-selling designs – costs $320, or approximately £230, and features a bump-friendly smocked bodice.

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Captioning the image, Felstead – who has a four-year-old daughter, India, with former Made In Chelsea co-star Josh Patterson – wrote: "I can’t wait for my first Picante when this little man is out!"

She is expecting her second child, a son, with fiance Max Darnton, and the couple announced the pregnancy just months after getting engaged in September. 

Her post was popular with fans, who left more than 25,000 'likes', with many also leaving comments about her "beautiful" and "gorgeous" outfit.

It comes after she shared her experience of miscarriage in a bid to help other women going through the same journey.

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Felstead, who is due to give birth in June, revealed last October on Instagram that she had lost a baby earlier in 2020.

The star last month told Sunday Mirror's Notebook magazine that she was still receiving messages of support now for having been so open.

She said: "I spoke up. When I discovered I was pregnant again, this helped a lot of people, too.

"Obviously, it’s an incredibly sad thing to experience, but it’s so nice to see I’ve helped them, even in a small way."

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Part of her original heartbreaking post read: "Today would have been my 18-week mark, but sadly we had an early miscarriage just before 12 weeks.

"Not only was this heartbreaking for us, but it also came as such a shock to me. 

"I hadn’t realised until then how blessed I was with having such a relatively straightforward pregnancy with India - I’ll admit I was naive enough to assume the next one would be as straightforward, but I had two early scans as I was concerned I was bleeding. 

"They found a ‘very strong’ heartbeat. However, on the third scan I was told ‘I’m afraid there’s no heartbeat’."