Pregnant Chloe Goodman shows off her blooming baby bump in a figure-hugging, sheer black dress

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Pregnant Chloe Goodman shows off her blooming baby bump in a figure-hugging sheer black dress while enjoying a night out in Essex










Chloe Goodman looked effortlessly glamorous when she went to the Sheesh restaurant in Chigwell, Essex on Sunday.

The pregnant ex-On-The-Strand star beamed as she cradled her blooming baby bump in a skin-tight black dress.

The outfit had a sheer panel on the side for an extra dose of sex appeal, and she paired it with black heeled boots to increase her height.

Stunning: Chloe Goodman looked effortlessly glamorous when she went to the Sheesh restaurant in Chigwell, Essex on Sunday

The reality star wore her brunette locks straight and let them blow in the wind as she strutted to dinner.

She completed her look with a bright red handbag and a touch of red lipstick to add a pop of color to her monotonous ensemble.

Chloe, who shares a 19-month-old daughter Isla with footballer Grant Hall, recently made headlines when she revealed that her second pregnancy was complicated and it will be her last.

Expected: The pregnant ex-On-The-Strand star beamed as she cradled her blooming baby bump in a skin-tight black dress

Expected: The pregnant ex-On-The-Strand star beamed as she cradled her blooming baby bump in a skin-tight black dress

Glamorous: The outfit featured transparent panels on the side for an extra dose of sex appeal, and she paired it with black heeled boots to increase her height

Glamorous: The outfit featured transparent panels on the side for an extra dose of sex appeal, and she paired it with black heeled boots to increase her height

She told Closer Magazine, “You have to get the stitch higher than Isla’s because of the scar tissue and I don’t have much of my cervix anyway, so I’ve been told I can’t.” wear again after this pregnancy.

‘This will be our last child.’

As early as October, the doctors told her that she had to have her cervical spine removed, which is “the only thing that will keep our baby safe”.

Heartfelt message: The star posted a message to her unborn child on her Instagram page promising to survive the weeks of her pregnancy

Heartfelt message: The star posted a message to her unborn child on her Instagram page promising to survive the weeks of her pregnancy

However, the star chose not to have surgery to remove the sting because she didn’t want to endanger her baby, and shared a snapshot of her baby scan and a poignant message on her Instagram page.

She wrote, “I promise I will do whatever I can to get you into the weeks of survival, my darling, to get through another operation, but we have been here many times and we will get through this. My heart is breaking. ‘

Extremely premature babies are born in the 23rd to 28th week.

The reality star is in the high-risk category after having had half of her cervix removed four years ago when cancer cells were found.

Doctors found a routine smear test to reveal that she had high-grade three abnormal cells that, if left untreated, could lead to cervical cancer.

Previously, Chloe said the importance of swabbing was revealed, “They said I had cervical cancer within three years. When I was 28, I would have had cervical cancer. Jade Goody was 27 when she died.

“I really want to stress that the age is brought down to 21, not 25. My first smear shouldn’t be so severe where I lose half of my cervix the first time.”

Family: The reality star shares daughter Isla (pictured in May 2020) with partner footballer Grant Hall

Family: The reality star shares daughter Isla (pictured in May 2020) with partner footballer Grant Hall


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