PREGNANT Lucy Mecklenburgh flaunted her massive baby bump while revealing she’s TWO WEEKS beyond due.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star stood in her underpants in the bathroom mirror, revealing her growing tummy.
Lucy, 30, shot to popularity on the ITVBe show in 2010 and is already the mother of two-year-old Roman with beau Ryan Thomas.
In the Instagram stories photo, the soon-to-be mother-of-two wore no make-up and held her phone in front of her face.
She flaunted her enormous stomach while telling supporters she was “40 + 2” weeks pregnant with her second child.
Lucy was expected to give birth earlier this month, but her unborn child does not look to be on schedule.
It comes after Lucy shared a cute video of her baby moving about in her stomach and expressed her exhaustion to her admirers.
“So fatigued, but this little one wants to party!” Lucy wrote as her lively tot pressed against the interior of her tummy.
Lucy and her Coronation Street actor beau Ryan, 37, already have a boy named Roman and are expecting a daughter.
“I had an intuition that I was carrying a girl, but I was a little more dubious than with Roman,” she recently told Hello.
“With him, I just knew – I’m not sure why, but even before we found out, I said, ‘I know, 100%, it’s a boy.'”
When Lucy photographed with a small newborn baby, many assumed she had already given birth weeks before.
“Ha, not my bubba,” she informed her fans after the uproar. Don’t worry, Ryan Thomas and his bum will be on The Games.”
Ryan previously stated that he was afraid she would give birth when he was competing on the ITV show The Games.
Lucy and Ryan met on the set of Bear Grylls’ Channel 4 reality show The Island, where they both starred.
Two years later, while on vacation in Italy, the pair became engaged.
Since the birth of their kid, their wedding has been put on hold, with Lucy joking that they don’t have time to plan it.
She earlier stated, “Life is different now – there is more communication but less spontaneity.”
“We’ve developed into a fantastic unit. But [making time for each other] is difficult. We’re not quite there yet, but we’re working on it.”