Lauren Goodger 's boyfriend Sam Drury said that she was 'glowing' as he showered the TOWIE star with compliments ahead of the arrival of the couple's baby.
The 34-year-old TOWIE star, who is expecting her first child with Charles, 23, shared a sun-filled post on social media as she eagerly awaited the arrival of her baby girl in July.
In the comment section, Charles quickly penned a touching message for his girlfriend about the beautiful moment.
"The moment we parked the car I looked round & saw you glowingggg. I love you beautiful," he wrote underneath the post.
In the post, that Lauren had shared with her 781,000 Instagram followers, the reality star smiled at the camera while the sun beamed on her face as she sat behind the wheel of her Mercedes.
She also tenderly placed her hand on her blossoming baby bump and revealed that she could feel her baby kicking.
"I love to feel your tiny kicks and know your little heart is beating inside me .. can’t wait for this lil princess to be born," she penned alongside the snap.
Lauren's cute post came shortly as the television star revealed that she had rushed to the doctors amid concerns that she had stopped feeling her unborn baby move.
Writing about her horrifying experience at the hospital in her OK! VIP column, Lauren revealed: "Sadly, I ended up in hospital last week. I didn't feel the baby move and I didn't feel myself, so I was advised to go and have a check-up."
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Luckily, the was told by midwives that her baby is doing just fine.
She added: "As a new mum you worry, but the baby is all fine and perfect."
While Lauren has a few more months to wait before she gets to meet her baby girl, the couple are also excited to receive a 4D scan of their bundle of joy.
Lauren continued in her column: "I like having scans done. As much as they are nerve-wracking it’s a reassurance thing - I’d have them every day if I could!
"I’ve got my midwife appointment next week so they will check me over and we’ll have a chat. It’s becoming very real now."
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