Rochelle Humes shares touching clip of unborn son saying ‘a teeny little hello’
Rochelle Humes has given a candid look into her pregnancy with her third child, as she posted a video of her unborn son giving her a “teeny little hello”.
The pregnant This Morning star, 31, shared an adorable video of her unborn son moving around inside her bump with her 1.9million Instagram followers.
Mum Rochelle’s clip shows her bare bump as she taps lightly on it.
Moments later, her bump has a slight movement, which Rochelle says is her and husband Marvin Humes’ unborn son greeting her.
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As she posted the touching clip on her Instagram page, Rochelle, who recently opened up about her pregnancy lockdown struggles, wrote in the caption: “Hey Mama,” followed by a waving emoji.
Rochelle then added: “(it’s a teeny little hello but it’s made my day)”.
Former The Saturdays singer Rochelle is already mum to her and 35 year old Marvin’s adorable daughters Alaia-Mai, seven, and three year old Valentina.
After posting the adorable clip, Rochelle shared another adorable insight into her pregnancy on her Instagram story.
She posted a photo of her youngest daughter Valentina laying down and cuddling up to her mum's baby bump, with her hand resting on Rochelle’s belly.
As she posted the intimate snap on her Instagram story, Rochelle added a GIF sticker on, which had the word: “love,” on.
Rochelle and husband Marvin announced they were expecting their third child together in a adorable Instagram announcement in April.
After the happy news JLS star Marvin shared his excitement with OK! magazine at having a baby boy after being “outnumbered”.
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He told us: “I’ve always been outnumbered in the girl versus boy ratio. We’ve even got a girl dog, Ginger.
“But when we have our son then, yeah, Roch and I will be outnumbered. People say you have to ‘man-mark’ your kids, so each one has an adult looking out for them.
“Thankfully Alaia’s so grown up and so excited to be a big sister, we’ll make the most of her help. She can be like the little mummy.”
When asked if he is looking forward to having a son on the way, he added: “Absolutely. Don’t get me wrong, I actually wanted to have a girl first time around so I could have that daddy-daughter thing.
“But Roch has always wanted the mummy’s boy thing. So for her it’s amazing because she’s now getting the son she’s wanted.”
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