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Lisa Jordan shows off her baby bump – as she nears due date

The Irish influencer is expecting her third child

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Lisa Jordan has shown off her baby bump – as she edges closer to her due date.

The 35-year-old announced that she was expecting her third child back in March.

Taking to her Instagram Story, Lisa posed in a grey loungewear set, and showcased her bare baby bump.

Lisa giggled: “I can’t believe there’s a baby inside there!”

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“It’s so mad!” she gushed.

Last month, Lisa revealed on the social media platform that she was seven months pregnant.

She posted an adorable photo of her cradling her growing bump, alongside a heartfelt message.

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7 MONTHS 💗💙!!😱 …..it has actually flown, although I did spend 3 of them sitting in my house 🤪 I am so looking forward to getting out & about (Safely) for this last trimester! One thing I have continued to do even though I was going nowhere (bar my kitchen🤪) was my @barebyvogue Tan, it really made me feel so good and gave me that “pregnancy glow” because trust me without it I was grey/green🤢😂 I use Ultra Dark foam & I love it. It has oatmeal in it which locks in moisture so this keeps my bump tanned and hydrated 😍🥰 #7monthspregnant #bump #tan Brandambassador #bumpstyle 💙💗

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“7 MONTHS 💗💙!!😱,” she wrote. “It has actually flown, although I did spend 3 of them sitting in my house 🤪.”

The Cork native then confessed she can’t wait to finally get out of the house during the final stage of her pregnancy.

Lisa is already mother to two daughters – Pearl and Bowie.

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