Chanelle mocks her pregnancy body after glossy mag puts her on cover

The Big Brother star compared herself to a "whale"

Chanelle Hayes has shared a photo of herself on the cover of Closer magazine and called herself a “whale in a bikini”.

Clearly finding the hilarity in the photo, she said that her fans should check out the write-up as it will make others feel “super slim”.

Aw, we think she looks great!

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The 29-year-old captioned it: “Check out this week’s @closeronline mag to feel super slim while looking at me mimicking a whale in a bikini 😂🙋🏻😩🐳👙 #pregnantbelly #readytopop”

Many of her 63,000 followers rushed to compliment the reality star who was putting herself down.

“Don’t put yourself down, you’re a beautiful pregnant lady ❤️👶🏻xx”, said one.

Another sweet follower wrote: “You’re doing a great thing – bringing your baby into the world! Every pregnant lady is beautiful x”.

Her fans are just lovely.

The former model also has 6-year-old son Blakely whom she had with her footie ex Ryan Bates, but it seems her second pregnancy is proving a lot more difficult than the first.

Back in March, she revealed she was expecting a little one with her partner Ryan Oates, but was rushed to A&E after falling really sick.

She wasn’t sure if she would be able to have any more children, as she was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries syndrome, and was being tested for cancer when a blood test revealed she was pregnant.

Chanelle after her appearance on Loose Women in May (Credit: Wenn)

Chanelle appeared on Loose Women last month telling the panel that she’s also had to use chemotherapy drugs to stop her being sick too.

She was put on a drip to keep her hydrated because she was vomiting around 40 times a day.

Ryan and Chanelle enjoying a holiday together last year (Credit: Instagram)

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Opening up about her other hospital visit she said: “[I had to ] sit on the floor of A&E all night. I’ve been on a drip. I’ve been really, really poorly.

“I’ve been on drugs for chemotherapy patients to try to stop sickness. I’ve lost loads of weight, but baby has had everything he needs.”

It will all be worth when the baby arrives, Chanelle!

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