Amy Hart has excitedly revealed she has finished work until April as she prepares to give birth to her first child next month.
The former Love Island star, 30, has been keeping fans updated on her pregnancy since announcing that she’s expecting her first child back in August.
On Saturday, she posted a selfie of herself looking excited on her Instagram Story as she announced she won’t be doing any more work until after her baby, who is due in March, is born.
She captioned the photo: “NO work til April!*
“*as long as everything I’ve sent off today gets approved” followed by two crying laughing emojis.
Amy announced her pregnancy last year during an appearance on Loose Women.
She explained on the show: “It was very unexpected, we weren’t going to try until next year.
“I had my 30th completely sober. I had people coming up to my saying, ‘You don’t seem very drunk’.
“I said to my best friend, ‘People are starting to ask’ and they said, ‘Well, you’re going to have to do something’.
“So when the ABBA tribute band performed Lay All Your Love On I started crawling across the dancefloor – and nobody asked again.”
She had previously gone on the show to talk about her fertility issues and how she’d spent £15,000 freezing her eggs over three separate rounds to give herself the best chance of becoming a mum one day.
She also confirmed that she wasn’t using her frozen eggs, saying: “No, so I might need them in the future because it was never about not being able to get pregnant, it was more about the longevity of my egg reserve.
“I might need them in the future but if I don’t, I’ll donate them.”
Since announcing the news, Amy has been open about her experience with pregnancy and has recently talked about one thing that has been annoying her about it, which is how it’s somehow become socially acceptable for people, whether she knows them or not, to comment on her weight.
She explained on a clip on her Instagram Story: “I find it so strange in the last like six months since I’ve announced that I’ve been pregnant, everyone, people I do know, people I don’t, thinks it’s socially acceptable for them to tell me how big I am.
“It’s socially acceptable for them to say where I have and haven’t put on weight… It’s fine for everyone else to say it, but the minute I reclaim that and say that obviously I have put weight on and call myself fat in a jokey manner, people start kicking off at me.
“So everyone else is allowed to call me fat but I’m not allowed call myself it. What?”
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