PREGNANT Big Brother star Kate Lawler showed off her bump as she celebrated Christmas with her fiance Martin in their new home.
The happy couple posed for pictures with their two dogs to mark their first Christmas in the London property.
They were also joined by Kate's close pal and Martin's sister Eva for the festive season.
The happy snaps included a wholesome Christmas dinner, a snack for her dogs Baxter and Shirley shaped as a Christmas pudding – and of course the post-meal walk.
DJ Kate looked glam in a fitted white dress, paired with a gold necklace and a touch of red lipstick.
Kate, 40, captioned the pictures: "Christmas 2020 with my bubble: The Handsome, @baxterandshirley @evajaneboj and little Nuchky [baby emoji]."
The couple moved into the grand London property earlier this year and revealed its interior with an 'MTV Cribs' style film.
Joking about in the video, Kate shared the pad's gorgeous features including original fireplaces, a beautifully painted staircase and TWO bidets.
The Virgin Radio host is expecting her first child, a girl, with fiance Martin in February.
She announced the news in September posting a picture of her two dogs posing next to a board which featured a baby scan photo and the words "We're getting a new best friend (not the furry kind either)."
She captioned the shot: "Still can’t believe we’re adding another set of paws to our pack and this time it’s not another dog. Our little human is due in February 2021."
In an interview with Hello! Magazine, she shared her happiness at the thought of becoming a mother.
Kate, who won the third season of Big Brother back in 2002, said: "I have never felt more ready.
"For a lot of my life I did feel pressurised and I wasn't ready. You have to do what's right for you.
"I think I am going to be a much happier person knowing that I did this when I wanted to."
The couple decided to try for a baby when their wedding was postponed, with Kate explaining: "This was completely planned.
"The wedding got cancelled and I wasn't thinking about a baby at all. But when we rebooked it for the following year, a few of our friends and family said we could have a baby between now and then. I laughed.
"But then I turned 40 in May and suddenly I felt grown up and like I was ready for something and I didn't know what it was.
"We realised we would have to start trying straight away to avoid having a newborn at the wedding. So we did. We gave it one shot. And it happened!"
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