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Pregnant Gemma Atkinson gives honest response to fan's question about having had botox

The star will welcome her second child with Gorka Marquez later this year

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Gemma Atkinson has responded honestly to a fan's question about whether or not she has had "work" done on her face.

Taking to Instagram, the mother-of-one shared a question that had been sent by one of her followers, which read: "I hope you don’t mind me asking but have you had any 'work' done on your face? I haven't and feel like I'm the only one! X."

Instead of privately responding to her via a direct message, Gemma shared her answer publicly through her Stories, so her nearly two million followers could also read her reply.

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"Don't mind at all, I'm asked a lot. I haven't had anything done," she wrote.

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"I've always said when I'm 40 I might have botox… I don't know why specifically 40 but it's what me and my mates always say when together.

Gemma Atkinson smiling at the camera© Photo: Getty Images

Gemma Atkinson admitted she hasn't had any work done on her face

"Last week at work me and @miketoolan caught sight of ourselves on our studio cameras and he looked like a sharpie and my neck looked like a pelican bird. We both convinced each other it was just a bad angle.

"I'll work on not looking like a fat puss in boots first and see how my face looks in a few years. I'll prob need it by 40 with two kids and Gorka," she added alongside a wink emoji.

Gemma, 38, is currently pregnant with her and Gorka Marquez's second child and recently admitted she is finally enjoying her pregnancy after a tough few months.

Gemma Atkinson answered fans questions about her appearance© Photo: Instagram

The star shared her response with her nearly two million followers

"I'm all right now," she told Steph McGovern on her show. "I had a bit of a wobble at the start, just with the sickness, which with Mia, I had none. But it has settled down now."

The radio presenter admitted she had suffered from sickness for the first 10-12 weeks, before adding: "It wasn't severe morning sickness but it baffles me how they call it morning sickness, because you get it any time, don't you?"

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