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Helen Flanagan has predicted she will be giving birth to another girl in late March with her fiancé Scott Sinclair by her side.
The former Coronation Street star, 30, who is now entering her third trimester, already has daughters Matilda, five and Delilah, two, with the footballer.
Helen, who rose to fame on Corrie as she played the character of Rosie Webster, has said their girls are "so excited" about having a baby brother or sister.
“I’m so excited” she shared. “I’m on the home straight and I don’t feel like it’s too long before I get to meet my baby.”
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“I don’t know what I’m having, but if I was to predict I think I’m having another daughter!"
Helen continued: "My girls are super excited about having a new baby brother or sister and I know that Delilah and Matilda will be brilliant big sisters.”
The actress, who was in the studio shooting workouts for mums as part of her 'MummaFitToBe' workout series, went on to reveal she thinks her newborn may arrive later than her due date, adding: “I think I’ll be two days off my due date, so I think I’ll have my baby on the 21st March!”
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Helen has been keeping fit after launching her MummaFit ToBe programme back in November and has been working with pre and post-natal fitness expert Jane Wake to produce workouts which can be found on app TRUCONNECT by TV.FIT.
It comes after Helen opened up about trying hypnotherapy to help with her anxieties as she prepares to give birth next month.
While the doting mum said her past two labours were "good", Helen wants to try hypnotherapy to help focus her mind as well as her nerves.
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Sharing a post of her bump at 33 weeks on Instagram, the soap star wrote: "I’m someone who has loads of energy but just prioritising what I can at the moment. Matilda’s homeschooling is taking over, trying to do the best by her but like so many mums I just can’t wait for the schools to reopen.
“I’m struggling with a bit of guilt with Delilah, feel like Matilda is taking a lot of my energy for home schooling and the last thing I want is for her to felt pushed out before the baby. So that makes me more emotional with the pregnancy hormones.”
She added: “I know Matilda will be fine but I don’t know how Delilah will react to not being the baby. I try and stay super calm every day but it wears off when Delilah keeps spilling Matilda's “potions” of glue and glitter all around the house.”
Helen, who suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum earlier on in her third pregnancy, went on to explain: "Starting to feel a little bit more nervous about my labour now even though I’ve been so lucky to have two really good labours.
“I always work myself up so much in my head. I do get quite anxious about things which I don’t like about myself but as I turned 30 I did become more self accepting.
"Going to try hypnotherapy never thought it was for me but seeing as this is my last baby due to hyperemesis gravidarum I might as well give it a whirl.”
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