She is expecting a daughter later this year with her partner Charles Drury.
And Lauren Goodger lovingly held her ‘perfect bump’ on Friday as she documented her pregnancy on social media.
The former TOWIE star, 34, rocked loungewear as she revealed the difficulties she faced as a result of her changing physique.
Pregnant: Lauren Goodger affectionately held her ‘perfect bump’ as she documented her pregnancy on social media on Friday
Lauren wore a mint green sports bra and gray mini pants as she brushed her dark brown locks to the side in a straight cut.
She wore minimal makeup and wrote alongside the video, ‘Morning my perfect bump.
“Morning bump … my bones literally break haha I wake up and stumble to the bathroom.”
The day before, Lauren captured her belly again in a chic off-the-shoulder jumpsuit from Eddi Clothing.
Candid: The former TOWIE star, 34, rocked in loungewear as she revealed the struggles she went through as a result of her changing physique
She also uploaded two photos in a stunning raspberry pink jumpsuit made up of a semi-sheer fabric and a high-waisted seam.
Lauren held her stomach tenderly together and smiled softly at the camera as she stood in front of an elaborate pink balloon display.
She embellished her face with full-coverage makeup, shaping her caramel locks into soft waves.
The TV personality previously revealed that her boyfriend, 23, will be in control of her birth plan as they prepare to welcome their first child together.
‘Morning my perfect bump’: Lauren was seen wearing a mint green sports bra and gray mini pants sweeping her dark brown locks to the side in a straight haircut
Journey to Motherhood: She wore minimal makeup and wrote next to the video: ‘Morning bump … my bones literally break haha I wake up and stumble to the bathroom’
In a new interview, Lauren revealed that the builder was ‘very involved’ during her pregnancy and insisted he was ‘much more emotional’ than she.
The expectant mother, who recently confirmed she is expecting a girl, said: “He’s very involved. You know the birth and how it is normal to the mother? Well, I have to ask Charlie! ‘
About how her sweetheart reacted to the baby news, the businesswoman told new! magazine: ‘He was crying! He said: “ I’m really glad it’s a girl now, I really have a soft spot for a girl. Charlie couldn’t wait to tell his family and friends. ‘
The media personality added that she is contemplating giving birth in water and joked about the reality of childbirth.
Stylish: The day before, Lauren re-captured her baby bump in a chic off-the-shoulder jumpsuit from Eddi Clothing
Pretty in Pink: She also uploaded photos in a sweeping pink jumpsuit made up of semi-sheer fabric and a high-waisted seam as she posed for an extended balloon display
Lauren said, ‘I’m always taking a bath. I feel like that will really relax my back, my muscles, my n ** n. The only reason I would like to do it in bed is that it would be fun for photos. I let myself be blow-dried, spray tan and have my make-up done.
‘I want to have good memories to keep. I’m just kidding – I’ll keep the baby in tears, dripping with sweat, and probably with my hair all over. ‘
A water delivery is when the pregnant woman is in a delivery bath filled with warm water for at least part of the delivery, delivery, or both.
It can take place in a hospital or at home with medical personnel on hand to help the woman deliver their baby.
Support System: Lauren previously revealed that her boyfriend Charles Drury will be in control of her birth plan as they prepare to welcome their first child together
‘I will keep the baby in tears with my hair all over’: the media personality added that she is considering giving birth in water, joking about the reality of childbirth
The esthetician, who is 22 weeks pregnant, previously took to Instagram Stories to ask others about their experience.
The blonde wrote: ‘Have you thought about giving birth in water, has anyone had one? DM would like to talk to me about how you found it? ‘
A source told MailOnline: ‘Lauren really takes her birth seriously after seeing other people give birth and thinks it could be for her.
“She finds it soothing and wants the most peaceful delivery for her and her baby.”
Earlier this week, the reality star and hunk shared the heartwarming moment they found out they had a girl in an adorable gender reveal clip.
‘Every day is a closer to hold you’: Earlier this week, her boyfriend, 23, also took to social media to reveal they’re expecting a baby girl
The pair appeared in a cheerful mood as they popped a balloon to reveal pink confetti, before sharing a kiss.
In an accompanying message, the amateur footballer was enthusiastically introduced to their ‘beautiful little girl’.
A beaten Charles wrote in a caption: ‘WE HAVE A GIRL. I can’t wait for you to join us, beautiful little girl.
‘I feel like a king, your mother my queen and you our princess! I promise you will be born in a world of nothing but love, happiness and security, you showed me life in a totally different way, I have everything I want, my own little family.
‘Every day there is one that holds you closer to my arms, but until then staying snug in that tummy will soon be time for you to meet me and your mom ♥ ️ (swipe for a balloon pop, it almost knocked me off my feet) . ‘(sic)
Water births: less pain for the mother and less stress for the baby
Water births are a popular alternative to air delivery, as many mothers feel like being immersed in hot water means they experience less pain during contractions and the delivery itself.
Water births work because the breathing reflex is triggered by the change in temperature as the baby is born and the feeling of air on the skin.
This means that, provided the baby remains completely submerged in warm water, they will continue to receive oxygen through the umbilical cord until they emerge, which means they will not drown.
While there is no clear statistical evidence that babies born in water receive health benefits, it means that the opposite is also true – there are no apparent negative effects either.
However, births with water are usually not recommended for mothers who have had complications during their pregnancy, as the baby may need to be monitored with sensitive electronic equipment that cannot be in the pool.
Water births are also not recommended for overweight mothers who have trouble getting out of the pool if their birth schedule needs to change quickly.
If you are having a home birth, efforts must be made to keep the water below 37C. A higher temperature can overheat the baby and cause unnecessary stress.
While colder temperatures are not recommended, this is largely because it negates many of the benefits to the mother – such as greater comfort – than because it could harm the child.