Pregnant Lauren Goodger glowing in makeup-free selfie
‘Eight months pregnant and too hot for make-up’: Lauren Goodger showcases natural complexion in selfie as she spends time with boyfriend Charles in the barbers
She is due to give birth to her first child in July.
And Lauren Goodger revealed the recent heatwave was getting a little too much for her as she posted a makeup-free selfie showcasing her glowing complexion.
The former TOWIE star, 34, spent the day with her boyfriend Charles Drury, 23, on Tuesday, sharing a clip of the expectant father at the barbers on her Stories.
‘Eight months pregnant and too hot for make-up’: Lauren Goodger showcased her natural complexion for an Instagram selfie on Tuesday as she spent time with boyfriend Charles
Updating her 782,000 followers about her pregnancy, Lauren wrote: ‘8 months pregnant and 2 hot for make up today…’
Lauren was wearing a black dress for the outing and tucked a pair of large sunglasses into the top of her number as she waited for Charles in the barbers.
The outing comes after Lauren revealed that her ‘baby has stopped growing a tiny bit’ and she has been instructed by her midwife to ‘slow down’ after returning to work in her beauty salon this week after restrictions were lifted.
One month to go: The former TOWIE star, who is due to welcome her first child in July, spent the day with her boyfriend Charles Drury, 23, on Tuesday, sharing a clip of the expectant father at the barbers on her Stories
Lauren said: ‘[It] sounds scary, but her growth will speed up as the weeks go on [and] my little girl is bang on the middle of a normal weight at the moment.’
Writing in her OK! column, the mother-to-be added: ‘The midwife asked me what I’ve been up to and I told her about re-starting my aesthetics business and she said this is the time where I should be slowing down and not taking on something new.’
Moving forward, Lauren insisted she will try to take it easier.
On Tuesday last week, the TV personality shared a picture of herself carrying out procedures in her salon.
Back to work: Pregnant Lauren got back in the salon last week after restrictions were eased in England and revealed she is looking for lip models
Captioning the post, which saw her appearing to inject filler into a customer’s lips, she explained she is on the look out for Russian Lip models.
She has been able to return to her salon as of Monday after the latest lifting of restrictions in England permitted the reopening of ‘personal care premises’.
In the picture Lauren wore a protective apron and blue plastic gloves as she administered the filler.
She looked every inch professional as she wore a plain black long-sleeve and her hair pulled back in a pony tail.
Time to relax: It comes after Lauren revealed that her ‘baby has stopped growing a tiny bit’ and she has been instructed by her midwife to ‘slow down’ after returning to work
She captioned the post: ‘I am looking for Russian Lip models .. I am fully qualified and fully trained I just want models! My fav lip look so Please DM for prices times and dates.’
Lauren recently revealed that she feared she would die after she stopped feeling her baby moving.
She was rushed to hospital earlier last month for a check-up, and although she was discharged with an assurance her unborn child was healthy, her racing blood pressure caused her heart rate to soar, which is a trigger for her anxiety.
The reality star revealed that what followed was a panic attack lasting three days, as she admitted she was ‘acting crazy’.
Lauren told The Sun Online that she convinced herself she was going to have a fatal heart attack, adding: ‘I started acting all crazy and needed to take my top off because I felt too hot.’
She continued: ‘It’s scary because you don’t understand what’s going on and that’s why you think you’re dying.
‘It just comes over, five minutes ago I could be chatting and doing my make-up and the next minute feeling funny.’
Scary: Lauren recently revealed that she feared she would die after she stopped feeling her baby moving (pictured with beau Charles)
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