Pregnant Kimberley Walsh Dresses Baby Bump In On-Trend Florals

by Hannah Fox |
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The Girls Aloud singer was co-presenting on ITV’s Loose Women and looked glowing in a fitted floral dress

Kimberley Walsh is dressing her bump for Spring if recent pictures are anything to go by. The 32-year-old was spotted leaving the ITV studios after filming Loose Women, dressed in a fitted black and floral dress by the designer Erdem.

Earlier in the day, she’d tweeted a side-on profile picture of her dress and bump, saying, ‘The bump is ready too #loosewomen’, having already posted a glam selfie.

As well as teaming the on trend floral dress with a pair of nude platform courts, you could also see the cast she’s had to wear since slipping over and breaking her wrist.

The fall required a visit to A&E, but thankfully her baby was fine and she tweeted, ‘Just been for a check up & our little munchkin is fine! I successfully took the entire weight of my fall on my wrist so baby is very happy.’

Kimberley, who is expecting a baby with long-term partner Justin Scott, admitted earlier this week that her pursuit of every career opportunity means it could be too late to have a large family.

How did you like to dress your bump when expecting? Let us know below.

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