Love Island’s Dani Dyer showcases blossoming baby bump as she stuns in gorgeous pink ribbed dress

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Dani Dyer has showcased her blossoming baby bump in a gorgeous pink dress.

The former Love Island star, who announced she's expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence at the end of July, took to her Instagram feed to post a show-stopping seflie of herself posing in front of a mirror.

The 24 year old donned a stunning baby pink short-sleeved midi ribbed dress with a knee-high split on one side and a matching belt around her waist, highlighting her growing bump.

The star teamed the look with a simple pair floral sliders and kept the accessories to a minimum as she wore a silver watch, a bracelet, a few rings and a cross chain around her neck.

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Dani, who recently spoke out on the gender of her unborn child while going shopping for clothes, styled her long blonde hair half-up, allowing her loose waves to cascade over her shoulders.

The stunning star wore little to no make up as she simply had a touch of mascara and a nude lipstick on as she offered a slight smile to the camera. She captioned it: "Sundays," followed by a red heart emoji.

While she certainly looks in her element in the photo, the reality star recently detailed the first few months of her pregnancy, revealing that she has found it “really hard” and told her followers that she has experienced nausea and migraines.

Dani wrote over a photo of herself sunbathing in a pink bikini: “14 Weeks. I’ve really started noticing the changes in my body and I’m definitely embracing it.

“Apparently at this stage I’m supposed to feel ‘on top of the world’ which I really hope for as the first few months have been really hard.

“I’ve had loads of messages from people so thought I’d share my experience so far. And honestly your responses and little tips have been amazing I really feel like it is like a little community on here and I love it lol.

“I’ve been lucky with not being physically sick. But I’ve definately suffered with the nausea, always being tired but waking up at stupid times and horrendous migraines (I will definitely be trying out all the new things people have recommended me so Thankyou).” [sic]

Dani Dyer cleverly hid her baby bump for weeks before announcing she's pregnant with first child

Dani went on to say that she has been eating more carbs while pregnant and salads don’t appeal to her at all.

She wrote: “I’ve had to say goodbye to salads and hello to anything that can go inside of a sandwich or a roll because for some reason a plain salad makes me GAG!

“All I want is carbs carbs carbs. At first I felt terrible I didn’t want to exercise or do anything I just wanted to lay on the sofa and sleep. But there is NOTHING wrong with that, I think I’ve learnt everyday I will feel different!

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“Some days I’ll have energy some days I won’t even want to get out of my pyjamas and that’s totally ok. There’s always a lot of pressure on how you should feel but we are all different."

She continued: “I’ve honestly never ever been a hypochondriac until now. I have drove myself mad with worry over every single niggle or pain or if I have had a headache that lasted more than a day I have been on the phone to 111.

“But I am calming down now, you can’t help but worry the first few months as it really is the hardest because you want it all to be positive and ok.”

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