DANI Dyer today showed off huge baby bump in a chic all-black outfit as she prepares to give birth next month.
The Love Island babe, 24, is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence, who she reunited with after Love Island.
The couple are due to become parents in January.
Reality TV star Dani has been keen to keep her fans up-to-date with her pregnancy so far.
She captioned today’s pic with a simple heart emoji.
Fans rushed to tell her how gorgeous she looked.
This one said: “Glowing ”
While another commented: “You look amazing”
Another remarked: “I can’t cope with how amazing you look ”
Meanhilw, this week Dani defended her “innocent” boyfriend Sammy after he was pictured leaving a club with three women.
The 24-year-old trader was seen exiting posh London venue MNKY HSE and climbed into a cab with a male pal and three women last Thursday night.
But Dani insists he did nothing wrong and even poked fun at his “evil” facial expression in the snaps.
She wrote on Instagram: “Now I’m never one to comment on my relationship because we do keep it as private as we possibly can.
“However, I will not have by boyfriend accused of something when he is so innocent (even though he looks evil in this photo LOL).”
She added: “I’m not an insecure girl in this relationship. My fella knows what he has at home. I have plenty of boy mates.”
While Sammy shared a CCTV image of him arriving home alone at 11.45pm that night to prove he wasn’t up to anything.
Dani and Sammy split in March after he was accused of scamming two elderly men out of £34,000 by posing as a financial investor.
They rekindled their relationship, and in July she announced she was expecting.
While the couple are excitedly anticipating the arrival of their first baby, they face a stressful time ahead after discovering Sammy will stand trial at Portsmouth Crown Court in April next year – just weeks after their baby is due.
A source close to the family told HOAR Online: “Dani is upset, worried, terrified. Without a court date they kind of pushed this all to the back of their minds – now it is very real.
“She’s expecting a child with a bloke who could go to prison. Her baby is due at the end of January and then Sammy will up in court a few weeks later.
“Those first few weeks of having a newborn baby are so special but it will also be the countdown to his trial.”
Sammy was originally due to stand trial in June after pleading not guilty to the charges but the case was postponed because of Covid.
Sammy is accused of conning two victims – aged 90 and 80 – who were clients at a legitimate investment company where he previously worked.
He allegedly took the clients on when the business stopped operating, falsely claiming he was authorised to provide financial services.
He denies carrying on a regulated activity – providing investment services – between July 2016 to December 2018 while not an authorised or exempt person.