Lisa Osbourne shows off her prominent baby bump

Lisa Osbourne has kept out of the spotlight during her second pregnancy, but the mum-to-be couldn't resist showing off her large baby bump on Wednesday evening. Clearly surprised by her sudden change in appearance, Lisa, who celebrated her 28th birthday on Wednesday, posted a selfie showing her rounded tummy on Instagram.

"Giant baby bump appeared over night," she captioned the photo. "It's only getting bigger from here on out. #6monthspregnant #finalstretch."

"Giant baby bump appeared over night"

It's not just her body that's dramatically changed in recent weeks, Lisa's food cravings have also stepped up a gear.

"I never order steak because I don't usually like it," she posted alongside a photo of her dinner. "But the baby wants protein & iron....I think it's making me crave red meat! It was delish."

Lisa and her husband Jack Osbourne

Jack and Lisa, who are already parents to two-year-old daughter Pearl, announced the news that they were expecting again two weeks ago.

Reaching out to his 165,000 followers on Instagram, Jack posted a photo of Lisa and Pearl with the caption: "Supprise!!!!! #round2 #babyinbound."

The sweet snap showed fair-haired Pearl cuddling up to her mum and her bare bump, while Lisa beamed out at the camera.

Lisa announced her pregnancy two weeks ago

"I'm pregnant!" wrote Lisa, as she shared the photo. "Pearl is very happy to become a big sister. She diligently reads her 'I'm a big sister' books every night & recites to me her plans of bathing, feeding, singing to, and holding the baby. We are more than halfway through this thing & are very excited to be parents again! Thanks for all the well wishes."

Jack and Lisa are looking to the future, following a difficult period from 2012 to 2013 that saw Jack diagnosed relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and Lisa tragically suffering a miscarriage.

In September 2013 Lisa announced that in her second trimester of her second pregnancy, she and Jack had lost their baby boy.

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