Fearne Cotton has been dressing her baby bump in one trendy outfit after another, and on Tuesday, the pregnant star was spotted showing off a more prominent shape. Making her way into work, Fearne looked the picture of health.
The Radio 1 show host opted for an oversized cream jumper that outlined her changing body, and matched it with ripped black boyfriend-style jeans.
Fearne, who is expecting her second child with husband Jesse Wood, accessorised with a pair of tortoise shell sunglasses and an animal printed light scarf.
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Fearne Cotton is halfway through her second pregnancy
The 33-year-old was pictured outside the BBC studios arriving for work, but Fearne won't be making the same trip for long.
Back in February when she announced her second pregnancy, Fearne also revealed that she would be leaving BBC Radio 1 after eight years. Clara Amfo will act as her replacement on the mid-morning show.
Shortly after announcing her decision, Fearne told HELLO! Online: "It's time for a new chapter. There's never been a moment when I haven't enjoyed it but I had thought about it and having a baby made the decision slightly easier."
Fearne Cotton told HELLO! Online that she is keeping the baby's gender a surprise, adding, "I will be happy with either"
The pregnant star is halfway through her pregnancy and is due to give birth in late summer, shortly after her and Jesse's first wedding anniversary.
Fearne and her guitarist player husband, who are parents to two-year-old son Rex, married in July 2014 in London. Just like they did with their first-born, the couple are keeping the gender of their second baby a surprise.
"I will be happy with either," Fearne told HELLO! Online. "I have a step daughter [Jesse's daughter Lola] so I have that lovely scenario anyway. I just feel lucky to be pregnant again."
"I think it's amazing how much you forget what pregnancy's like," she added. "You get to the point where you think 'Oh God I forgot this happens and this happens' but then you remember to take it easy and rest as much as you can. The most important thing is your baby's health so I'm taking it day by day. Literally walking down the road is as tough as it gets."