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Health & Fitness Helen Flanagan says third pregnancy is 'different' from the others

22:25  27 november  2020
22:25  27 november  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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And Helen Flanagan , who shares daughters daughters Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, with the footballer, 31, told how her current pregnancy is 'a lot different ' from the others in a candid Instagram post. She said : 'I'm definitely finding this pregnancy a lot different from my others .

ACTRESS Helen Flanagan has caused concern after she revealed a worrying pregnancy Helen , who rose to fame playing Rosie Webster on soap Coronation Street, worried fans who One fan said : “I went up a whole shoe size with my first! Please watch any swelling, get it checked by your midwife.”

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She's expecting her third child with fiancé Scott Sinclair next year.

And Helen Flanagan, who shares daughters daughters Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, with the footballer, 31, told how her current pregnancy is 'a lot different' from the others in a candid Instagram post.

The former Coronation Street star, 30, also shared a throwback gym snap of herself on Friday as she admitted she misses being able to see her own feet.

Helen Flanagan looking at the camera: Expecting: Helen Flanagan told how her current pregnancy is 'a lot different' from the others in a candid Instagram post © Provided by Daily Mail Expecting: Helen Flanagan told how her current pregnancy is 'a lot different' from the others in a candid Instagram post

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And though she gushed that she was excited about the birth, she told how the pregnancy was very different in comparison to when she carried her two daughters.

She said: 'I'm definitely finding this pregnancy a lot different from my others. I think it's just having... Matilda to be fair is a total piece of cake, she's super easy. I think it's just maybe Delihah...

'And I suppose it's Matilda's school runs and stuff which I never had in my other pregnancies, so it's like always up at six and stuff.'

a woman standing in front of a window: Before the bump: The former Coronation Street star, 30, also shared a throwback gym snap of herself on Friday as she admitted she misses being able to see her own feet © Provided by Daily Mail Before the bump: The former Coronation Street star, 30, also shared a throwback gym snap of herself on Friday as she admitted she misses being able to see her own feet

She went on: 'But yeah, I just can't wait for the baby to be here now!

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'I haven't even got anything for the baby, I've used the same moses basket for Matilda and Delilah because it's sentimental. So I need to dig that out of the garage and freshen it up, but I am getting excited.'


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Helen then shared an old snap of herself working out in the gym, with the star showing off her slender frame in a black crop top and matching shorts.

Captioning the snap, she penned: 'I miss looking down and seeing my feet. Embracing my pregnancy though.'

Helen Flanagan posing for the camera: Reflecting: Though she gushed that she was excited about the birth, she told how the pregnancy was very different in comparison to when she carried her two daughters © Provided by Daily Mail Reflecting: Though she gushed that she was excited about the birth, she told how the pregnancy was very different in comparison to when she carried her two daughters Helen Flanagan posing for the camera: Thoughts: 'I'm definitely finding this pregnancy a lot different from my others. I think it's just having... Matilda to be fair is a total piece of cake, she's super easy. I think it's just maybe Delihah...' © Provided by Daily Mail Thoughts: 'I'm definitely finding this pregnancy a lot different from my others. I think it's just having... Matilda to be fair is a total piece of cake, she's super easy. I think it's just maybe Delihah...'

Earlier this week, Helen once again reflected on her pregnancy as she shared in an Instagram post: 'I can't believe I'm coming up to six months now.

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And it seems Helen Flanagan is reveling in motherhood so much that she is already planning the possibility of giving Nothing says Christmas quite like a crimson coloured dress- add some Helen - who began dating Scott in 2009 - recently sparked speculation that she and Scott are planning to tie

The Prince was in good spirits as he gave a thumbs up to news that his sister-in-law is expecting her third child.

'I'm due in March so in my head it's Christmas, January, February, then my due date month. It is really exciting. I'm looking forward to my next midwife appointment, I get to hear the baby's heartbeat.'

Earlier this month, the thespian revealed she is still experiencing nausea during her pregnancy.

Helen Flanagan sitting on a bed posing for the camera: Mum-to-be: 'I miss looking down and seeing my feet. Embracing my pregnancy though' © Provided by Daily Mail Mum-to-be: 'I miss looking down and seeing my feet. Embracing my pregnancy though' Helen Flanagan posing for the camera: ''I can't believe I'm coming up to six months now!' The Corrie star took to Instagram on Monday to reveal she's approaching the end of her second trimester © Provided by Daily Mail ''I can't believe I'm coming up to six months now!' The Corrie star took to Instagram on Monday to reveal she's approaching the end of her second trimester

Helen has been suffering from hyperemesis - a pregnancy complication characterised by nausea, vomiting, dehydration and weight loss.

The media personality admitted she wants to 'eat all the time' to make herself feel better.

Blonde beauty Helen shared: 'I'm going to make a vegan lasagna. Also, I still have nausea in this pregnancy. It's nothing like it was but yeah constantly feel nauseous.

'So I just feel like I've got to eat all the time and eating always makes me feel better. Joys. Also I don't know if you can see but honestly bump feels like I'm getting really, really big now. And I feel like I've got like a little pregnancy waddle.'

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Helen Flanagan, Scott Sinclair are posing for a picture: Family first: The Bury native is already a mother to her daughters Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, who she shares her footballer fiancé Scott Sinclair, 31 © Provided by Daily Mail Family first: The Bury native is already a mother to her daughters Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, who she shares her footballer fiancé Scott Sinclair, 31 Read more

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