There has been many amazing presenters of This Morning over the years and with them comes blossoming bumps from time-to-time. Here, we revisit the famous mums-to-be bumps dating from 1994 all the way to 2018. From Holly Willoughby to Rochelle Humes, Kate Garraway and Lorraine Kelly, don't they all look totally glowing?
The resident This Morning darling, Holly Willoughby, started presenting the show in September 2009 following the birth of her first child, Harry, who was born in May earlier that year. She has since had Belle, born in 2011, and Chester born in 2014. Both of these bumps made it on the This Morning sofa. She is photographed above in 2009...
Amanda Holden has appeared on This Morning countless times over the years since 2000. She has two girls, Alexa and Hollie born in 2006 and 2012 respectively.
While showbiz reporter, watchers of the show saw Ferne's bump grow over the course of 2017. In November that year she gave birth to a little girl that she named Sunday Skye.
Loyal to Good Morning Britain these days, it's unlikely we'll see Kate back on This Morning anytime soon but she has guest presented episodes of the show in earlier years. She is mum to one girl, Darcey, and one boy, William. She is pictured carrying Darcey here back in 2005.
Yes, even Lorraine has hosted This Morning. She did a long stint between 2004 and 2006 before guest presenting an episode in 2016. Here she is blooming in 1994 with her only child, Rosie.
46-year-old Sharon actually announced her pregnancy live on This Morning in 2018 following a long struggle with IVF. She revealed that she started IVF when she was 40 and it cost her and her partner, Paul, £70,000 to conceive. She named her baby girl Betsy.