Pregnant Chloe Goodman proudly shows off her blossoming baby bump to daughter Isla
Pregnant Chloe Goodman proudly shows off her blossoming baby bump to daughter Isla as they leave her aesthetic clinic
She is currently expecting her second child with fiancé Grant Hall.
And Chloe Goodman showed off her burgeoning baby bump as she left her Brighton aesthetic clinic on Tuesday.
The Ex On The Beach star, 28, who is due to give birth in February, had mother duties when she carried 18-month-old daughter Isla.
Pregnant: Chloe Goodman showed off her burgeoning baby bump as she left her Brighton aesthetic clinic on Tuesday with daughter Isla, 16 months
Chloe dressed her maternity figure in a tight midi skirt and white shirt that she partially unbuttoned.
She paired the look with suede boots and a gold necklace and jewelry as an accessory.
During the outing, Chloe squatted down and tenderly placed a hand on her stomach as she talked to her curious daughter.
Sweet: During the outing, Chloe squatted down and tenderly placed a hand on her stomach as she talked to her curious daughter
Chloe has had a complicated pregnancy. In October, doctors told her to have her cervical suture removed, which is “the only thing that keeps our baby safe.”
The reality star falls into the high-risk category after having to have half of her cervix removed four years ago when cancer cells were found.
However, the star decided not to have surgery to remove the sting as she didn’t want to endanger her baby.
Extremely premature babies are born from 23 to 28 weeks.
Chloe announced her pregnancy in September and talked about the difficulties she was facing.
Tough: Chloe has had a complicated pregnancy. In October, doctors told her to have her cervical suture removed, which is ‘the only thing that keeps our baby safe’
The former Ex On The Beach star told Poet Magazine“They have to put the suture higher than Isla because of the scar tissue and I don’t have much of my cervix anyway so I’ve been told I can’t carry on after this pregnancy. This will be our last child.’
Four years ago, Chloe had to have half a cervix removed after doctors discovered she had high-grade three abnormal cells during a routine Pap smear, which could have led to cervical cancer if left untreated.
The medical procedure means a greater risk of miscarriage before three months of pregnancy and increases the chance of a preterm birth.
Chloe previously said the importance of going for a Pap smear, revealing: “They said I would have cervical cancer in three years. So by the time I was 28, I would have had cervical cancer. Jade Goody was 27 when she died.
“I really want to emphasize that the age is lowered to 21, not 25. My first Pap smear shouldn’t be so bad that I lose half of my cervix the first time.”
Proud Mom: Chloe rose to fame on Ex On The Beach and Celebrity Big Brother, but took a step back from reality TV in recent months after welcoming her daughter Isla