Coronation Street's Julia Goulding has displayed her growing baby bump at Pride celebrations in Amsterdam.
Julia, who plays Shona Ramsey in Corrie, posted the picture to her Instagram page.
Julia captioned the picture: "Amsterdam Pride: absolutely amazing! #amsterdampride2019 #bumpsfirstpride #loveislove."
Amsterdam Price: absolutely amazing!
Friends and fans rushed to comment on the picture.
Kingsman and Rocketman star Taron Egerton posted on the snap: "Legend xx."
One fan said: "Beautiful."
Another said: "Aww looking lovely Julia x."
Julia attended Amsterdam Pride with co-star and friend Daniel Brocklebank as well as her husband Ben and another friend.
Daniel also shared pictures from the weekend getaway.
Back in May, Julia announced she was pregnant with her first child.
Earlier this year, Julia married Ben Silver in a secret ceremony at Manchester's Albert Hall.
Speaking exclusively to OK! Magazine about her wedding, Julia said she always wanted to get married on stage, so the Albert Hall was the perfect venue.
She said: "I love being on stage and I always wanted to get married on one!"
Julia revealed they didn't keep with tradition of the bride being walked down the aisle by her father as the couple walked down together hand-in-hand.
Julia said: "It was important for us to walk down the aisle together and my parents aren't traditional. My dad didn't mind not giving me away as he believes I'm my own person."
Speaking about her pregnancy to OK! magazine Julia admitted she was feeling "fantastic" now she's in her second trimester and she 'loves' being pregnant.
Speaking about baby names Julia said: "We've got lots of girls' names but we haven't got any boys' names yet."
Ben added: "I want Han if it's a boy as then he'll be Han Silver, which sounds like Han Solo and I'm a big Star Wars fan."
But it looks like Ben may not be getting the name Han as Julia said: "Plus, Ben thinks he looks like a young Harrison Ford! I've ruled out Han so boy names are proving difficult.
"Ben also wanted Wolfgang but that got vetoed. Although, weirdly, my mum wanted to call me Wolfgang if I'd been a boy - I'm glad I was a girl!
"I think you've got to be a certain kind of cool to pull off a name like that and I don't think I'm that brave."
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