Former TOWIE star Ferne McCann flaunted her naked baby bump for the first time on her Instagram.
The star, who is expecting her first child with ex Arthur Collins, showed off her growing bump in the sweet video as she told her 1.7 million followers she’s moved into her first home.
Ferne announced the news she is expecting shortly after Arthur was arrested and charged over an acid attack in a London nightclub.
The present looked radiant as ever as she showed off her bump in a black halterneck bra and skirt.
In the clip she told her fans that she was busy doing a photo shoot.
But she went on to announce that the shoot is in her brand new flat. She said: “Today’s location is my new flat. This is mine, I’m a home owner now. It’s pretty scary stuff.”
The This Morning presenter recently opened up about facing life as a single mum.
Speaking to OK! magazine she explained: “There are times I feel emotional. Not in a negative way, like I’m feeling really sad, but my hormones are all over the place.
“I never feel lonely as I have my baby.”
The 26-year-old added: “Just sitting here talking about it makes me feel emotional, just contemplating what a life-changing experience I’ve been through.
“I have shed tears, but I always try and keep it to myself – although I do usually wear my heart on my sleeve.
“But because of the situation I’m in, I have tried to keep those moments to myself. I could burst into tears right now.”
Last month the star did her first TV interview after finding out Arthur was connected with the acid attack.
Ferne appeared on This Morning, where she works as a showbiz correspondent, to talk to hosts Holly Willouhgby and Phillip Schofield about the moment she found out she’s expecting.
Breaking down into tears Ferne explained: “Messages on Instagram have been so touching and so humbling, that is what I am so grateful for.
“I think that is what gets me the most; people’s kindness. It’s been lovely.
“Being in the public eye I was concerned, and thought the public will public judge me, have an opinion which they are entitled to do.
“But I didn’t need to worry because the public have been so amazing and so supportive.”
The Essex native is expected to welcome her new arrival later this year in November.