Binky Felstead pregnant: Reality star expecting second child – four months after devastating miscarriage

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Binky Felstead has announced she is expecting her second child.

The reality TV star announced the news on her Instagram account yesterday with an adorable picture showing off the first glimpse of her blossoming baby bump.

In the picture, Binky can be seen wearing a gorgeous pink gown as she smiles at her three-year-old daughter India, who is holding her scan pictures while Max smiles into the camera.

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“BIG SISTER ALERT” she wrote alongside the snap.

“We are so thankful and excited that our family will be growing in 2021. India gets her new title of ‘Big Sister’… which she’s already very proud of!”

“2020 has been a real personal rollercoaster with some huge ups and some lows.

“We are so excited, happy and thankful for what is to come! Here’s to 2021.”

Max took to his own social media for the sweet announcement, posting an adorable picture of India, who is the daughter of Binky’s ex Josh ‘JP’ Patterson, holding up the scans of her little sibling.

He wrote: “I’m super excited that this little nutter is going to be a big sister in 2021.”

Binky welcomed daughter India in 2017 with Made In Chelsea star Josh Patterson but the pair announced their split shortly after.

And in September this year, she announced her engagement to Max after 19 months of dating.

“The easiest yes ever!!” she wrote alongside a picture of a huge diamond ring.

Just six weeks later, though,n October, Binky made the sad revelation that the pair had suffered a miscarriage. Speaking at the time she wrote: “I’ve thought long and hard about doing this post, but I felt that if I can pass on any warmth, comfort or help to anybody in the same position – well that would be great.

"It’s only fair that I share some of my 'downs' as well as my 'up' moments. Today would have been my 18 week mark, but sadly we had an early miscarriage just before 12 weeks.

"Not only was this heartbreaking for us, but it also came as such a shock to me.”

She added: "I hadn’t realised until then how blessed I was with having such a relatively straight forward pregnancy with India – I’ll admit I was naive enough to assume the next one would be as straightforward, but I had two early scans as I was concerned I was bleeding.

"They found a ‘very strong’ heartbeat. However, on the third scan I was told ‘I’m afraid there’s no heartbeat’."

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