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Helen Flanagan is adding a third child to her brood with fiancé Scott Sinclair after sharing the news at the end of September.
The Coronation Street actress, who took a break in 2018 to have her second daughter Delilah, also shares Matilda, with her footballer beau.
Helen has been documenting her pregnancy on Instagram and has shared updates about suffering from extreme sickness condition hyperemis gravidum and whether this will be their last baby.
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Speaking to OK! magazine she said about having more babies: "I’m just going to see how I feel after baby number three…!".
However, she's since told her followers she doesn’t plan on having more children after her third pregnancy.
She said: “This is definitely my last pregnancy. I had Matilda at 24 and I wanted my children close together and it just feels right for me,” she added.
“I would never want to go through the hyperemesis again, it wouldn’t be fair on the children I already have and I want to give each child as much attention as each other.
"I thought I’d feel sad if I knew I was carrying my last but the hyperemis has been a blessing as it’s took that away."
Helen Flanagan pregnancy announcement
Helen announced she was expecting her third child with fiancé Scott Sinclair on 21 September.
Alongside a number of photos of herself, and Scott, 31, smiling widely, their adorable daughters Matilda and Delilah stood in front of their parents each holding ultrasound scan images, with Helen standing side on to show off her blossoming baby bump.
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In the caption the soon-to-be mum-of-three announced: “Our 3rd baby arriving March 2021 @scotty__sinclair” followed by a red heart emoji.
Helen's pregnancy news means she may not be returning to the Coronation Street cobbles for some time. The soap star left to give birth to second daughter in 2018 and admitted at the time she "didn't know" when she would return.
Helen Flanagan's sweet baby bump snap
Helen has been documenting her growing bump on Instagram and shared a sweet snap of her cradling her baby.
She wrote in the caption: "Thinking of you brightening up the greyist of days.[sic]"
The star also shared a mirror selfie showing off her bump while asking "boy or girl?"
Helen Flanagan baby gender
Helen doesn't know what she and Scott will be having, telling OK! magazine: "We’re not sure, we haven’t decided if we’re going to find out or have a surprise."
Adding that they had no preferences, she said: "No, not at all! I’d love a little girl and I’d love a little boy. I’m just so lucky to be able to carry again and be able to experience another pregnancy and have that special time.
"Just because we’ve got two girls, doesn’t mean I’m bothered either way."
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Helen Flanagan discusses chronic sickness
Helen opened up about how her pregnancy has not been plain sailing so far, as she was recently hospitalised with hyperemesis, a chronic sickness usually endured in the first trimester.
Helen got honest with fans about her difficulties with the condition as she posted two photos on her Instagram: "I’ve been a lot quieter on my social recently as I’ve had hyperemis gravidum. I had this with both girls but this time was on another level.
“I am so relieved to be over the worst and so very happy and so grateful for my baby. My mum has just been the best and I have no idea how I would have got through it without her!
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“Scott’s been amazing with the girls and the nurses at the Royal Bolton Hospital were so lovely which I’m so grateful for. I just can’t wait to meet my little one so in love with them already."
The actress, who also suffered severe sickness in her previous pregnancies, told OK! magazine at the beginning of October that she was “over the worst of it” and “dead excited” to add to her brood in March.
"I’m just glad that I’m over the worst of it and I can enjoy my pregnancy now. I’m really excited I’m going to have my third baby – you have to take the positives from it."
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