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Lauren Goodger shows off her growing baby bump as she counts down to giving birth to first baby


PREGNANT Lauren Goodger showed off her growing baby bump as she counts down the days to giving birth to her first child.

The ex-Towie star looked glamorous as she headed out in Chigwell yesterday to run errands.

Lauren, 34, wore a figure-hugging grey dress top and white trainers, which she teamed with a Louis Vuitton bag.

The mum-to-be looked stylish in the outfit as she prepares to give birth to a baby girl in July.

And her hair and make-up were flawless, after the former hairdresser recently highlighted her own locks.

The reality star, who is due to have her first child in the summer with boyfriend Charles Drury, looked proud of her growing bump.

Lauren previously told The Sun how the early months of pregnancy had taken their toll.

She said: “Some days it’s like having a hangover. Even though I’m pregnant and I don’t go out, I don’t drink, I still get that feeling. I thought when I got pregnant that would all be over. It’s not fair.

“But obviously it’s such a beautiful thing and I have this lovely buzz at the same time.”

Lauren added that the response to the couple’s baby news has been “overwhelming”, and said she has been flooded with messages from well-wishers.

"But we are talking about a minority. I’ve probably had a handful of bad messages out of thousands of lovely ones.

“I’m constantly explaining myself when I shouldn’t have to. I’ve never been horrible to anyone, I’ve never hurt anyone. I’m not a bad person. I’m only human and I do have a lot coming at me.

"Eventually that stuff will break you down. That’s why I suffer from anxiety — I can’t take it from every angle.”

Lauren Goodger displays baby bump as pregnancy 'stops her sleeping'

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