Made In Chelsea star pregnant with 'miracle baby' as she reveals bump picture | The Sun
LUCY Watson is pregnant with her first child.
The 32-year-old, who is married to James Dunmore, shared the happy news today.
Posting a picture of James cradling her baby bump, Lucy wrote: “Our little miracle.”
Her famous pals rushed to congratulate her, with Towie star Georgia Kousoulou writing: “Oh my lovely news.”
Lucy’s sister Tiffany said: “I’m so happy and excited, can’t wait! Love you both so much.”
The former MIC star met her husband James on the E4 set in 2015 and they tied the knot in Greece in 2021.
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Lucy appeared on Made In Chelsea for four years before calling it quits in 2016 following a huge bust up with Stephanie Pratt.
During her time on the show she had romances with Spencer Matthews and Jamie Laing.
James popped the question to Lucy in Greece after five years of dating in 2020.
Lucy became an aunty earlier this year after her sister Tiffany welcomed a baby boy called Jude.
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Earlier this year vegan Lucy hit back after being cruelly skinny shamed – and opened up about raising her future children vegan.
She told us: “If I was ever a bit heavier, I’d get body-shamed for that or my cellulite.
“It’s really hard being a woman in the public eye and people commenting on your weight 24/7.
When my husband, who is vegan, and I have children, I’ll continue to be vegan through pregnancy.
“Friends have done the same and their babies are amazingly healthy and strong.
“We also plan to raise our children vegan.
“People say we’d be forcing them into something, but I’d say that to eat an animal is more of a choice than to not.”
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