Frankie Bridge shows off her baby bump at star-studded sports awards

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In just a few months, Frankie Bridge and her husband Wayne Bridge will welcome their second child together, and they couldn't have looked happier as they cuddled up together at the BT Sport Industry Awards in London on Thursday evening.

Frankie stole the show as she showed off her blossoming baby bump in a black and gold maxi dress by Diane Von Furstenberg that clung to her growing tummy. The Saturdays star glowed as she posed next to her proud husband, who wrapped a protective arm around her waist as they made their way inside the black tie event.

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Pregnant Frankie Bridge with her husband Wayne Bridge



Frankie, 26, and Wayne, 34, who have been married since July 2014, welcomed their son Parker in October 2013. At the start of the year, they shared the happy news that they had a second baby on the way.

Frankie wasn't the only expectant star to attend the awards ceremony. Rebecca Adlington, who is eight months pregnant with her first baby, looked radiant as she hit the red carpet in a black and white mini dress that accentuated her bump. With a big smile, the former swimmer posed with her hand placed protectively over her tummy as she joined her fellow sports personalities for the annual event.

Olympian Becky, 26, and her husband, swimmer Harry Needs, announced they were expecting their first baby in December – just three months after they tied the knot.

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Rebecca Adlington shows off her baby bump



"The due date is 4 June so, yes, we must have conceived on the first day of our honeymoon in Venice," Becky told HELLO! magazine. "But we're not the Beckhams – we won't be calling the baby Venice," joked her husband.

Other famous faces attending Thursday night's event included Kimberley Wyatt, who stood out in a bright pink floor-length gown, England footballer Jack Wilshere and snowboarder Jenny Jones, who became the first Briton to win an Olympic medal in a snow event at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

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