Love Island star Hannah Elizabeth revealed last month that she is expecting her first child.
The 29 year old has now excitedly revealed the gender of her first child in a touching Instagram post.
Alongside pictures of herself and her blossoming baby bump at her baby shower, she wrote: “The news is outttt. Its A ……. BOY !!
“Feel so blessed what i always wanted a lil lad cant wait to meet you lil angel.
“Over the mooooon. Had such a gorj meal with my fam to reveal babs gender love you all ! baby is so so lucky.
“Now time to plan the shower. Thank you @nbhdrestaurants and @cakesbymelx.” [sic]
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Hannah shared gorgeous pictures from her baby shower, including the moment that the gender of her baby was revealed.
The stunning star is seen cutting a beautifully-decorated cake, before blue filling inside reveals that she is set to welcome a son.
Congratulations poured in, with Tyla Carr writing: ”CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! I said I thought you were having a little boy.”
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Marnie Simpson, who is also pregnant with a baby boy, commented underneath the post with four blue love heart emojis.
Meanwhile Love Island star Chyna Ellis said: “Ahh congratulations” and Tyne-Lexy Clarson wrote: “Look at you.”
Hannah was one of the stars of the first series of the hit ITV2 show in 2015 — even getting engaged in the villa to TOWIE star Jon Clark.
Following their return home, Hannah and Jon sadly called time on their romance.
This will be Hannah and fiancé George Andretti’s first child together.
Hannah revealed her and George had got engaged in March 2018 in a tweet to her 170,000 followers.
She wrote: "So I’m the luckiest girl alive right now My @George_Andretti asked me to Marry him last night and i said YES YES YES". [sic]
Hannah keeps her relationship with George relatively away from the spotlight, but did share an image with him to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
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