Made In Chelsea's Binky Felstead looks ready to pop as she shows off her baby bump in new pictures.
The brunette beauty showed off a stunning dress from her collection on In The Style, posing for pictures at the event in London.
Binky, who previously announce she is expecting a girl with her MiC co star Josh Patterson (JP), is expected to give birth next month (June).
The pair have been the talk of Chelsea since revealing their baby news back earlier this year and reports this week claimed they were now set for their very own show.
A new two part series will follow Binky Felstead and JP throughout their pregnancy and after the birth.
"Binky’s pregnancy came like a bolt from the blue for Made in Chelsea fans and they’ve been desperate for more info ever since," a source said today. "A whole show dedicated to her and JP’s journey is bound to be a hit."
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, the source continued: "The spinoff will see cameras right by her side, capturing all the magical moments and hardships of this new stage in her life.
“This is truly a Made in Chelsea first – no single cast member has ever anchored their own show.
“She’ll be keeping her fingers crossed that her co-stars are happy for her and not jealous.”
Binky first confirmed that she and on/off boyfriend Josh were expecting a child together back in January, with the little girl in June.
She tweeted: "When you get the best surprise you never knew you always wanted ... There's a little 'buh' on the way 👶🏻❤️"
Speaking to Hello magazine at the time, Binky candidly confessed: "My first reaction when I saw [the positive test], honestly? It was ‘S**t’.
“My heart stopped. I burst into tears.“
She explained: "Josh and I weren’t talking at the time and I was really overwhelmed.”
JP told the magazine in a joint interview with Binky: “Where we’re both being very mature is with the fact that you should never get back together just because there’s a baby in the picture.
“It has to be for the right reasons.
“We love each other a great deal and there’s no pressure – but you do have to take the past into consideration, where there have been a few hiccups. We’re just taking it very easy.”
Made In Chelsea's new series continues Monday nights at 9PM on E4.