Pregnant Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh shows off her 33 week baby bump as she prepares to welcome her third son

Pregnant Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh shows off her 33 week baby bump as she prepares to welcome her third son

April 20, 2021

GIRLS Aloud star Kimberley Walsh has revealed she's bumping along nicely at 33 weeks pregnant.

The 39-year-old posed in a pretty floral maternity dress after revealing last month that she's expecting her third son.

Cradling her bump, the pop star looked completely at ease and must be a dab hand as she's already mum to sons Bobby, six, and Cole, four.

Announcing her baby's gender, Kimberley laughed as she admitted "I'm so outnumbered".

"I’m really excited now," she told OK! Magazine last month.

“I’ve got to the point where I’d like to meet him. I’ve got two boys who look completely different, so I think, ‘How am I going to create another one that’s got their own vibe going on?’”


Kimberley denied she was hoping for a girl after falling pregnant for a third time.

"It would have been a shock having it the other way around," said Kimberley.




"It felt right that it was a boy, because we’re going to have seven between us. It’s a nice surprise that we’re basically going to have our own football team.

“Honestly, at this stage, and at the age I’m at, I just want a healthy baby. It’s just such a relief.”

The Girls Aloud singer and husband Justin Scott revealed they're expecting their third child in December.

It's been a light of positivity throughout a dark time for Kimberley, whose friend and former band member Sarah Harding has been battling breast cancer.

The Girls Aloud star, 39, has advanced breast cancer and, despite thinkingchemotherapy was working – a secondary tumour destroyed her hopes.

Sarah says she is grateful just to wake up every day because she now realises just how precious life is.

She does not know exactly how long she has left — and does not want to know. She was told by doctors that last Christmas would “probably” be her last.

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