Rebecca Adlington has shared an amusing Instagram photo of herself comparing her baby bump to another one – her husband Harry Needs' fake "bump". The Olympic swimmer captured the funny moment on camera, showing that both she and Harry are completely in sync.
"He's so competitive, he had to have the bigger bump!! #whoworeitbest #bumpoff @harryneeds," Becky wrote alongside the photo of the couple matching in black gym gear.
While Becky, who is six months pregnant with their first child, affectionately cradled her growing bump, personal trainer Harry had stuffed a ball up his top and jokingly posed holding two thumbs up.
Rebecca Adlington and Harry Needs will welcome their first baby in June
The young sweethearts will be welcoming their new arrival on 4 June, as they previously revealed to HELLO! magazine in an exclusive interview.
Judging by the rest of their photos on Instagram, Becky, 26, and Harry, who is also a professional swimmer, have been gearing up for the birth of their firstborn.
Harry recently shared an adorable snap of a stripy swimming costume for babies, and captioned it: "Had to buy this costume with @beckadlington in preparation for @beckyswimstars lessons #prouddad #notevenbornyet #willcry #notevengotanameyet."
Proud dad-to-be Harry Needs is also a professional swimmer and personal trainer
The dad-to-be also shared another photo of Becky enjoying a stroll in the park and pushing a baby in a pram. "Getting that practice in @beckadlington #theyseemerollin," he wrote alongside it.
The pregnant star, meanwhile, has been determined to stay fit and healthy as she enters her final trimester. Becky swims at least twice a week, and in a video she posted on Instagram, it's clear that the gold medallist enjoys doing stretches and light exercise in the gym.
The couple recently jetted off to Dubai for their babymoon, but have returned to prepare for Becky's possible water birth in the next months.
Rebecca Adlington has previously revealed that she is considering a water birth
"A water birth would be top of the list," the mum-to-be told HELLO! magazine. "A few friends have recommended it. I would like the birth to be as natural as possible, but you can't really plan it, can you?"
"It makes sense for two swimmers to have their baby in water," added Harry.