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TV presenter Rachel Riley has been photographed looking gorgeous in a leopard print ensemble as she stepped out in Manchester.
The 35 year old, whose husband recently shared their worries after their baby "stopped kicking when she was trolled", was seen leaving the studios after filming 8 Out of 10 Cats in Manchester.
Rachel's incredible long-sleeved jumpsuit featured a tie around the waist, highlighting her blossoming baby bump.
Blonde beauty Rachel styled her mane back into a bun, allowing a single curl to frame her face, which was covered in a face shield to ensure she's protected amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Rachel wore a full face of make up for the outing as she donned a brown smokey eyeshadow with black eyeliner and mascara alongside a peach blush and a matching peach-coloured lipstick.
The TV presenter, who held onto a black coat, carried a purple patterned bag over one shoulder as she wheeled a black suitcase down the street.
The star's outing comes after Rachel and Strictly Come Dancing husband Pasha Kovalev, who are already parents to daughter Maven, one, revealed their second child's due date.
“We wanted baby number two,” Pasha told OK! “So, we're looking forward to welcoming them into this world, sometime in October.”
When asked how he and Rachel were feeling about their wonderful baby news, he told us they were over the moon.
“Absolutely fantastic,” he beamed in response to the question on fatherhood. “We are very excited."
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The Strictly star, who recently opened up on why he and Aljaz Skorjanec prefer dancing on stage to TV, also told OK! how excited they were at the idea of being parents to two children under the age of two.
“I think it's great because this helps them feel closer together,” he gushed. “It will give them a chance to bond better because having a bigger age gap between them could leave them feeling more separated.”
Pasha went on to explain that being eight years older than his own brother made him want to have children who were close in age.
“My brother's eight years younger than me and by the time he was born, I was eight and I had other things to do,” he said. “It’s nice to have the kids closer together so they can grow up together.”
“We’re very excited. It’s what we wanted to do and two is the magic number for us,” he added.
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