Pregnant Rachel Riley lovingly cradles her baby bump in a green printed top as she exits the Countdown studios in Salford
She is expecting her second child with husband Pasha Kovalev.
And Rachel Riley lovingly rocked her baby bump as she left the Countdown studios in Salford on Tuesday.
The beauty, 35, put her hand on her growing belly as she donned a stylish display in a green printed top.
Glow: Rachel Riley lovingly rocked her baby bump as she left the Countdown studios in Salford on Tuesday
The star paired her maternity top with black leggings and opted for trainers for comfort.
Her blonde locks were worn sleek and straight, while a few curvy shades completed the look.
Rachel was beaming as she soaked up the sun after work while showing off her belly.
The couple are excitedly preparing to welcome their second child into the world and already share their daughter Maven, who is 18 months old.
Bump: The beauty, 35, put her hand on her growing bump as she donned a stylish display in a green printed top
It comes after Pasha recently revealed that he is trying to protect his wife from cruel online comments from internet trolls.
As the dancer and Rachel are expecting their second child, Pasha said he is “trying to protect her as much as possible by providing a safe environment at home.”
He added: “That’s all I can do and try to draw her attention to the good stuff.”
Chic: The star paired her maternity top with black leggings and opted for trainers for comfort
Radiant: Rachel looked gorgeous as she stepped out after work on the show
Bump: The star put her hand on her growing belly as she walked
Speak with OK!, the Strictly star added that he stays away from cruel online comments directed at Rachel, admitting: “I never look at comments online and Rachel is trying to get a point across about racial abuse or domestic violence and she gets very ridiculous messages back.
“People are completely wrong and talking about something irrelevant.”
His comments came a month after he revealed he is concerned about the impact of trolls’ hurtful messages on their unborn baby.
Speak with the mirror, he said: ‘I can definitely see how it stresses her. The smallest stress affects the development of the baby.’
The artist added that he hates to see hatred flourish online where there is less accountability.
He explained: “If you run into someone on the street and tell them something like that, you probably get some kind of repercussion.
‘Online the repercussions are limited and a floodgate is opening. It should be stopped.’
Rachel previously revealed that the stress of receiving hateful messages online kept her first daughter, Maven, from kicking when she was pregnant with her. as result.
Continuing the trend: In 2019, Rachel announced her first pregnancy with a similar Countdown conundrum and posted a jumbled teaser that spelled out the word “pregnancy”