Danielle Lloyd knew just the way to respond to some viewers of Loose Women, who criticised her for revealing her baby's gender live on air. The model, who is pregnant with her fourth child, replied to a Twitter user who called Friday's episode "frustrating". Danielle, 33, wrote: "That's such a shame you didn't feel my news wasn't worth sharing with the world. I know am happy don't be frustrated it makes u age quicker."
During the show, Danielle had a baby scan live on air. "It's waving!" the nurse told her, proceeding to tell Danielle that she and her fiancé Michael O'Neill are having a boy! The doting mum, who has three sons with her ex-husband Jamie O'Hara, said: "I'm so happy! I'm going to be overrun with boys! I'm excited now! At least I know and can prepare for another messy boy!"
Danielle Lloyd discovered she is having a boy
The big reveal came just minutes after Danielle revealed that her sons were hoping for a little sister. "Archie's like, 'I'm fed up of these boys, I want a sister,'" she said, adding: "I'm going to have to go again!" Following her TV appearance, she took to Instagram to write: "So it's official it's a boy 💙 thanks @loosewomen for sharing this magical moment we had a lovely day and can't wait."
News of Danielle's fourth pregnancy first emerged in February, when The Sun reported that the former Celebrity Big Brother star and her fiancé Michael had a baby on the way. Sources said that although the couple had originally kept it a secret, they began to share the happy news after Danielle's three-month scan.
"I'm so happy! I'm going to be overrun with boys!" she said
The pregnant star was previously married to Jamie O'Hara until 2014 when she was given a quickie divorce. In an exclusive interview with HELLO! at the time, Danielle spoke about the effect the end of the relationship had on her. "I went to see the doctor and he put me on anti-depressants and quite strong sleeping pills," she admitted. "I had to be strong for the sake of my boys. Everything I do now is for the boys. They're the only things that have been keeping me going over the past year."