Pregnant Helen Flanagan showcases her bump in a tight grey jumpsuit

She’s preparing to welcome her third child with fiancé Scott Sinclair.

And Helen Flanagan was brimming with joy as she cosied up her betrothed while sporting a skin-tight grey unitard and beaming from ear-to-ear on Thursday. 

The Coronation Street actress, 30, looked incredible as she cosied up to Scott while showing off her ever-growing bump in the skin-tight look. 

Sweet: Helen Flanagan was brimming with joy as she cosied up her betrothed while sporting a skin-tight grey unitard and beaming from ear-to-ear on Thursday

Sweet: Helen Flanagan was brimming with joy as she cosied up her betrothed while sporting a skin-tight grey unitard and beaming from ear-to-ear on Thursday

Sweet: Helen Flanagan was brimming with joy as she cosied up her betrothed while sporting a skin-tight grey unitard and beaming from ear-to-ear on Thursday

Helen was showing off the fabled expectant mother glow in the snap, as she wrapped her arms around Scott and smiled into the camera. 

The eyewateringly tight one-piece appeared to be in a jersey material, proving she was incorporating style and comfort perfectly. 

She shared another image on her Instagram stories, in which she threw her head back in laughter while Scott gazed at her bump. 

She penned a caption: ‘Scott’s not one for pictures and I said that I just wanted one picture of us together when I’m pregnant with our last baby as I didn’t have one. Any other couple have loads of pics of the kids but hardly any on their own?’

Happy days: The Coronation Street actress, 30, looked incredible as she cosied up to Scott while showing off her ever-growing bump in the skin-tight look

Happy days: The Coronation Street actress, 30, looked incredible as she cosied up to Scott while showing off her ever-growing bump in the skin-tight look

Happy days: The Coronation Street actress, 30, looked incredible as she cosied up to Scott while showing off her ever-growing bump in the skin-tight look

Make maternity style simple like Helen wearing Bumpsuit

If you’re expecting a bundle of joy and you don’t know where to start with your maternity wardrobe then allow Helen Flanagan to offer you some inspiration.

She’s wearing a turtleneck catsuit by a brand called Bumpsuit here, and doesn’t it show off her blossoming bump perfectly?

Kelly Rowland, Ashlee Simpson, Emily Ratajkowski and Elsa Hosk are all big fans of the brand, and the beauty of this simple stretchy all-in-one is that it’s a great basic that you can style up how you want. How about adding a statement duster coat and trainers? Click (right) to buy ‘The Stevie’ in grey like Helen, or it’s also available in black and ivory.

Or check out the jumpsuits, unitards and catsuits we’ve got lined up for you in the edit below instead.

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Helen has been documenting her pregnancy and recently looked radiant as she displayed her 35 week bump in spotty bikini for a stunning snap shared on Friday.

She also admitted she’s feeling ‘a little anxious’ ahead of her due date and is sometimes ‘overwhelmed thinking how will it be balancing three children’.

Helen beamed a smile as she posed up a storm during the shoot for app Fitness, while rocking a navy bikini from Pour Moi, which boasted a polka dot pattern and purple bow.

Glowing! Helen has been documenting her pregnancy and recently looked radiant as she displayed her 35 week bump in spotty bikini for a stunning snap shared on Friday

Glowing! Helen has been documenting her pregnancy and recently looked radiant as she displayed her 35 week bump in spotty bikini for a stunning snap shared on Friday

Glowing! Helen has been documenting her pregnancy and recently looked radiant as she displayed her 35 week bump in spotty bikini for a stunning snap shared on Friday

She wore her blonde locks pinned back, leaving two curly strands at the front to frame her pretty features. 

The doting mum also gave fans an update on how she’s feeling ahead of welcoming baby number three, telling them she’s a ‘little anxious about labour’ and how the family will adapt to having another member. 

Helen penned: ‘I’ve been feeling really tired this week with the pregnancy the girls wake up around 6am and it takes me ages to come round in the morning x 

‘Trying to get to bed as early as I can but I like my evenings with Scott watching a box set for my own time x. 

Not long to go: She also admitted she's feeling 'a little anxious' ahead of her due date and is sometimes 'overwhelmed thinking how will it be balancing three children'. (pictured on Valentine's Day)

Not long to go: She also admitted she's feeling 'a little anxious' ahead of her due date and is sometimes 'overwhelmed thinking how will it be balancing three children'. (pictured on Valentine's Day)

Not long to go: She also admitted she’s feeling ‘a little anxious’ ahead of her due date and is sometimes ‘overwhelmed thinking how will it be balancing three children’. (pictured on Valentine’s Day)

‘My Moses basket is now by our bed and everything’s feeling more real now. As the baby is getting bigger I do wonder how I’m going to push the baby out, but labour is the most natural thing and what our body is designed to do.

‘I do feel anxious about my labour, I try and not think about it too much, I was very lucky to have two really good positive labours and was nothing like what I built it up to be in my head.

‘In general I do feel just a bit anxious which usually I’m quite good at managing and over thinking things more. 

Candid: Helen updated fans on how she's feeing ahead of the birth of her third child, saying she's sometimes 'overwhelmed' thinking how it'll be balancing evertything

Candid: Helen updated fans on how she's feeing ahead of the birth of her third child, saying she's sometimes 'overwhelmed' thinking how it'll be balancing evertything

Candid: Helen updated fans on how she’s feeing ahead of the birth of her third child, saying she’s sometimes ‘overwhelmed’ thinking how it’ll be balancing evertything

‘I do sometimes feel overwhelmed thinking how will it be balancing three children but I think lockdown has just intensified motherhood in general and as mothers or mothers to be we are not on our own and have each other that understand, we all have our good and bad days.

‘ I do feel really uncomfortable now but I know I haven’t got long left. Each time with the girls I’ve found the first month quite tricky to adjust, obviously it’s lovely and magical in this baby love bubble but I have found it stressful too each time.

‘I don’t find breastfeeding easy at first, latch ect, it makes me anxious to know how much the baby is getting. I’m lucky I’ve managed to stick with it with the girls but always had loads of help and support from my mum. 

Happy family: Helen is a parent to daughters  Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, with Preston North End footballer Scott

Happy family: Helen is a parent to daughters  Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, with Preston North End footballer Scott

Happy family: Helen is a parent to daughters  Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, with Preston North End footballer Scott 

‘Also the recovery from the labour the adjusting to the lack of sleep and just feeling a bit hormonal, tearful and anxious.’

Helen continued that she’s managed to create a prenatal workout during lockdown, which is on the Fitness #TRUCONNECTapp.  

The star, who is having her third baby with fiance Scott, 31, predicted she’s having another girl as she posed for a prenatal shoot last week.

Helen, who is mum to Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, said: ‘I don’t know what I’m having, but if I was to predict I think I’m having another daughter!’

She also revealed her third pregnancy will be her last after being left bed-bound with extreme morning sickness.

The actress has suffered with hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) and revealed the symptoms have put her off having more children.

The condition, which Kate Middleton also suffered from, is characterised by severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss and possibly dehydration.

Speaking to Fabulous magazine, she said: ‘I always really wanted four children, but after the hyperemesis this time, I could never go through it again. So the decision about having more children after this one has been taken out of my hands, really.

‘It’s funny, I always thought if I knew I was carrying my last baby I would feel really sad about it, but because of what happened, I don’t see it like that. I see it as a positive decision and one I’m completely happy with.’

 

Glowing: Helen recently displayed her blossoming bump in a brown play suit while joking with her fiance Scott Sinclair that it was her 'last baby' in an Instagram post

Glowing: Helen recently displayed her blossoming bump in a brown play suit while joking with her fiance Scott Sinclair that it was her 'last baby' in an Instagram post

Glowing: Helen recently displayed her blossoming bump in a brown play suit while joking with her fiance Scott Sinclair that it was her ‘last baby’ in an Instagram post 

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