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Congratulations? Helen Glover, 33, appeared to confirm the pregnancy with husband Steve Backshall, 46, at the Animal Hero Awards on Monday evening

Helen Glover appears to reveal pregnancy at the Animal Hero Awards with husband Steve Backshall … one year after welcoming Logan son after a tragic miscarriage of his twins

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Helen Glover was found to confirm the pregnancy with husband Steve Backshall on Monday evening.

The Olympic rower, 33, rocked what appeared to be her growing baby bump on the red carpet, while proudly posing alongside her husband, 46, at The Mirror Animal Hero Awards, in collaboration with People's Postcode Lottery and Webbox, at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

Helen & # 39; s apparent pregnancy comes a year after she welcomed her first child with her husband in July 2018, following the tragic miscarriage of his twins.

Congratulations? Helen Glover, 33, appeared to confirm the pregnancy with husband Steve Backshall, 46, at the Animal Hero Awards on Monday evening

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Congratulations? Helen Glover, 33, appeared to confirm the pregnancy with husband Steve Backshall, 46, at the Animal Hero Awards on Monday evening

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Last year, Helen announced that she had given birth to her first-born by placing a touching Instagram snap of her husband's thumb, gently pressed against their baby's small foot.

Helen announced his arrival on social media and said: & # 39; Steve and I are pleased to welcome Baby Boy Backshall to the world. & # 39;

& # 39; We promise to make it great for your little man, & # 39; she added.

Happy times: the Olympic rower rocked what appeared to be her growing baby bump on the red carpet, while proudly posing beside her husband

Happy times: the Olympic rower rocked what appeared to be her growing baby bump on the red carpet, while proudly posing beside her husband

Happy times: the Olympic rower rocked what appeared to be her growing baby bump on the red carpet, while proudly posing beside her husband

Great news: Helen announced that she had given birth in July 2018 by placing a moving Instagram snap of her husband's thumb, gently pressed against their baby's small foot
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Great news: Helen announced that she had given birth in July 2018 by placing a moving Instagram snap of her husband's thumb, gently pressed against their baby's small foot

Great news: Helen announced that she had given birth in July 2018 by placing a moving Instagram snap of her husband's thumb, gently pressed against their baby's small foot

Logan's arrival was overshadowed by a tragedy, during which Helen misled her son's twins three months before delivery.

She released the news on social media in April 2018 and tweeted: & # 39; Thank you for all your nice messages. We have had the hard news that one baby did not make it, but we are very excited and hopeful that the remaining baby will arrive this summer. & # 39;

Husband Steve tweeted his own message and wrote: & Thank you for all your kind messages. We have had the news that twins did not survive, but we are still looking forward to our new addition this summer. Sb. & # 39;

Cute: Helen revealed Logan's name while placing a heart-warming Instagram photo of herself cuddling the toddler against a picturesque coastal backdrop
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Cute: Helen revealed Logan's name while placing a heart-warming Instagram photo of herself cuddling the toddler against a picturesque coastal backdrop

Cute: Helen revealed Logan's name while placing a heart-warming Instagram photo of herself cuddling the toddler against a picturesque coastal backdrop

Devastating: the arrival of Logan was overshadowed by a tragedy in which Helen (pictured with Logan) misunderstood her son's twin three months before delivery

Devastating: the arrival of Logan was overshadowed by a tragedy in which Helen (pictured with Logan) misunderstood her son's twin three months before delivery

Devastating: the arrival of Logan was overshadowed by a tragedy in which Helen (pictured with Logan) misunderstood her son's twin three months before delivery

Earlier this year, Helen admitted that being Logan's mother helped her change her priorities in a way that her unwavering commitment to sport never did.

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"The thing about being an athlete is that you are totally selfish and your world is very small and it's all about you," she said Hello!

& # 39; But if you are a mother, you must be totally selfless, because you have something that is far more important than you. Everything comes in second place. & # 39;

She added: & # 39; I never expected much to love motherhood. I was proud of what my body could do as a rower, but I am even more proud of it as a mother. As a mother you become so aware of what your body can do. & # 39;

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