Countdown star Rachel Riley is heavily pregnant and looking super glam! The blonde beauty was seen out and about in Salford on Tuesday and we are obsessed with her dress.
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In pictures that appeared on the MailOnline, the star showed off her epic baby bump as she stepped out after filming Countdown.
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The 35-year-old's frock was from online brand Nobody's Child. Known as the 'Red Amy Midi Dress', the £65 design was super floaty, with a low neckline and lovely relaxed shape. Ideal for your pregnancy wardrobe if you are expecting like Rachel. It's a great design to sport after the baby is born too, due to the voluminous fit.
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Rachel was joined by her husband Pasha Kovalev, 41, and daughter Maven.
Red Amy Midi Dress, £65, Nobody's Child
The TV star is taking pregnancy dressing in her stride and always looks incredible. Earlier this month she and Pasha enjoyed a night out at the theatre and the maths whizz looked beautiful in her white mini dress.
White Stuff Pure Cotton Broderie Midi Tiered Dress, £55, Marks & Spencer
The presenter, who is expecting her second child, teamed her T-shirt dress with a pair of cork wedges and left her makeup natural and fresh-faced.
Rachel looks amazing pregnant
It's been a busy time for Rachel, who also recently announced that she has written a book. At Sixes and Sevens is due to be released in October and will see the 35-year-old tackling some of the harder parts of maths to make them more accessible. And to make her exciting announcement, Rachel looked dazzling in a bold floral dress that had us swooning.
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Speaking about her foray into literature, the star said: "I will be taking you by the hand and leading you every step of the way."
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She added: "It's a fun maths book, so there's more references to football, cocktails and even vajazzles than you might expect!"
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