Stacey Dooley wore a pretty apt baby pink outfit to show off her baby bump during her latest night out.
The former Strictly Come Dancing star – who is pregnant with her first child with boyfriend Kevin Clifton – attended the press night of Baz Luhrmann’s new musical Strictly Ballroom, which features Kevin, 39, in the starring role.
Keeping it chic yet comfortable, Stacey, 35, wore a silk pink Issy Miyake cardigan with a pair of matching wide-legged trousers as she posed for photos at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre.
She was spotted mingling with a familiar face and greeting Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood with a kiss on the cheek.
Even with Stacey’s stand-out combo and Craig’s sparkling jacket, it was her baby bump that frankly stole the show as a glimpse of it peeked out from the bottom of her cardigan.
Stacey’s social media followers may recognise the outfit as the presenter actually wore it in a recent Instagram post and Kevin seemed to approve at the time, posting a string of heart-eye emoji in the comment section.
The documentary-maker has certainly been keeping active in her pregnancy so far after being unveiled as Prawn Cocktail on The Masked Dancer.
She later said she’d been battling morning sickness in the early stages of her pregnancy during filming.
Stacey wrote in an Instagram post following her elimination: ‘A dancing, preggo prawn. You’re WELCOME.
‘The choreographers were such sweethearts, and the entire crew BTS. Ta so much.
‘So fun! (Also, so sorry to my gorgeous runner, I just know my dressing room must’ve stunk of 1st trimester sickness).’
The TV star announced she was expecting her first child with Kevin this summer, telling her followers: ‘Gaaaaaaang….. We are having a baby! 🤪 So bl**dy delighted.
‘Kev, you’re magic, I love youuuu. ❤ (Was becoming impossible to hide and if one more person asks me if I’ve had my t*ts done in LA I’m gonna scream 🤣) Here goessssssss.’
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