Laura Anderson has revealed exactly how far along she is in her pregnancy.
The Love Island star and Hollyoaks actor Gary Lucy announced they were expecting their first child together earlier this year.
The former couple called it quits shortly before their announcement.
On Tuesday, Laura revealed that she’s 28 weeks pregnant with their daughter.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, the Love Island star revealed the symptoms she’s suffering form are that her “stomach and back are killing”, her “nausea is back” and that she has a migraine.
The 34-year-old also revealed that she’s been suffering with insomnia, lack of energy and motivation, and that she’s been feeling emotional and negative.
Ahead of their daughter’s arrival, Laura revealed that while her ex Gary is “welcome” in the delivery room, he’s “in two minds” about it.
She told OK! Magazine: “He’s currently in two minds so I’ve asked my mum as well, as you are allowed two birthing partners.”
Speaking about her relationship with Gary, the mum-to-be said: “We have had times of it being civil and then it’s not…”
“There are a lot of emotions going around for everyone, so it’s difficult. Being able to be civil from now until the birth and then after is the goal.”
The news came after Laura was reportedly left “really upset” when Gary announced the gender of their baby.
After announcing her pregnancy, the Love Island star had remained tight-lipped about the gender of their child.
But in March, Gary announced they were having a baby girl, as he shared an Instagram post which read: “For everyone that’s been asking… let’s hope she inherits her mummy’s looks.”
“Thanks for all the lovely messages from everyone… so excited to meet my little baby bear soon!” he added.
A source close to Laura later told Goss.ie that Gary, who she met on Celebs Go Dating last year, allegedly announced the news without telling her first.
“Gary announced the gender news without getting her consent,” the insider told us. “She’s really upset by this.”
“This has been such a stressful time for Laura and this was the last thing she needed.”
Goss.ie contacted Gary’s reps for a comment.
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