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The 38-year-old actress, who is expecting her second child with husband Tom Pitfield, glowed on the red carpet at The Grosvenor House Hotel, wearing a white sequinned gown. The former Coronation Street star wowed in the showstopping number, which boasted mesh detailing and a flowy trail that fell to the floor. © Provided by Daily Mail Gorgeous: Pregnant Catherine Tyldesley was the epitome of elegance as she cradled her growing bump on the red carpet at the Pride Of Britain Awards Catherine is set to be a mother for a second time, already sharing a six-year-old son Alfie with her husband-of-five years, Tom.
A whole host ofas they get into the festive spirit ahead of December.
And Catherine Tyldesley is the latest star to showcase hertree in the run up to the big day, giving fans a look at the elaborately decorated spruce in a series of Instagram snaps shared on Wednesday.
The pregnant formerstar, 38, declared: 'It’s officially Christmas in our house!' as she showed off her stunning tree and garlands which were dressed in gorgeous rose gold ornaments and baubles.
In one image, the tree can be seen proudly stood in the soap star's vast white kitchen of her Manchester home.
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While another sees a close-up of the tasteful decorations which includes snowflakes, feathers and ribbons, as well as an array of baubles.
Not content with just a tree, the actress, who played Eva Price in the ITV soap, gave her followers a look at her table decor and wreath of her stairs.
Captioning her snaps, she penned: 'It’s officially Christmas in our house!!! We have a small tree in the lounge that me and Alfie will decorate next week, our fave job!
'But this beautiful lot was created by the incredibly talented bunch of elves that are @perfectweddings_alt ❤️❤️❤️ They do our main tree every year, and every year I say “this tree is my favourite “ But this one defo is!!! Thankyou @perfectweddings_alt ❤️❤️ stunning work as always!!'
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Catherine has joined a throng of famous faces including, , Gemma Collins and , who've already put their trees up ahead of December.
Catherine is currently expecting baby number two with her husband Tom Pitfield.
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And the she recently revealed the hilarious moment that her son Alfie, six, requested a baby brother when he discovered he was having a little sister.
The formeractress shared her son's reaction to the news as he exclaimed that he would prefer to have a brother.
Speaking in an exclusive with, she said: 'Alfie is so excited about becoming a brother. When we discovered it was a girl Alfie did ask the doctor if he could change it to a boy.'
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She added: 'I'm sure he'll get over it bless him. He's really excited though, he can't wait.'
The star said that she is looking forward to seeing her son hold her daughter for the first time when she arrives.
Speaking to the MailOnline she said that although little Alfie wasn't too keen on the idea of being a big brother at first, he's since come around.
'We were a bit nervous, because I remember asking him a while back ''would you like a brother or sister?'' and his response was ''mummy I'd rather you didn't'',' she laughed.
'We waited until after the 12 week scan to tell him and he took it really well. He was super excited and we were thrilled to bits.'
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