Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor are giving daughter Sienna a sibling (Picture: Instagram/ milliemackintosh)
Millie Mackintosh has announced that she is pregnant and expecting her second baby with husband Hugo Taylor.
The former Made In Chelsea revealed the exciting news to her Instagram followers on Sunday with a photo of her baby bump.
In the sweet image, Millie, 31, is seen lifting her daughter Sienna in the air.
The reality TV star wrote in the caption: ‘We are so excited to announce that Sienna is going to be a big Sister! I couldn’t keep this to myself for much longer and I’m running out of ways to hide my bump!
‘Baby 2 is due later this year ❤️.’
Millie also shared the news casually in her Instagram stories while chatting in her kitchen. Giving another glimpse of her bump, Millie also showed the baby scan pinned to her fridge.
‘So I feel like I’ve been quite quiet on social media and I feel like I haven’t been sharing as much over the last couple of months,’ she teased.
As Hugo, 35, kissed her forehead, she announced: ‘There is a reason why and we are very happy to announce that we have got baby two on the way.’
Leading the congratulatory messages, The Saturdays singer Mollie King wrote: ‘Congratulations!! ??❤️.’
Jools Oliver said: ‘That’s so exciting congratulations.’
Hugo himself also commented: ‘Yay!! Happy happy happy days.’
In May, Millie and Hugo celebrated their daughter Sienna’s first birthday with a little party at their home.
The TV stars decked the property out with balloons and flowers and had a miniature tipi for their tiny tot to enjoy.
Earlier this year, Millie opened up about how she struggled to achieve body confidence after giving birth for the first time.
‘It was honestly quite hard to see my body after a baby. And I think it is for a lot of women,’ she told Women’s Health.
‘It can really feel like a shock and something that’s hard to love, maybe – and hard to feel good about… I did feel self-conscious when I went out and wouldn’t want anything to be tight to my tummy.’
Millie added: ‘And, yeah, I did feel a bit ashamed of my postpartum body. And it’s kind of sad that I felt that… It feels good to admit that and say, yeah, I did struggle looking in the mirror for the first three months.’
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