Love Islands Olivia Bowen speaks out as fans convinced shes leaked baby gender

Love Islands Olivia Bowen speaks out as fans convinced shes leaked baby gender


Fans of Love Island star Olivia Bowen are convinced they know the gender of her unborn child after spotting a giveaway clue.

The expectant mum shared a short video on her home Instagram account where she gave fans a sneak peek into her child's nursery.

In the video, Olivia, 28, showcased her baby's decorated room which consisted of neutral colours and tones. But some spectators thought they may have cracked the clue of her baby's sex when they spotted the coloured baby grows.

Olivia and her Love Island husband Alex announced they were expecting their first child together in January but have decided that they don't want to know the gender of their baby.

Setting the record straight on those who thought they may have worked out what she could be having, Olivia jumped back on Instagram to demystify any claims.

She wrote: "To the eagle eyes out there [laughing face with crying eyes emoji] we have a pink AND a blue babygrow hanging up ready to take to the hospital to see which he/she ends up coming home in.

"Loved the idea to have both prepped!

She added: "Just before anyone starts thinking we’re having twins or we know what we’re having, we don’t."

The happy couple have however been fairly open regarding their baby's name choice.

Talking to OK! magazine, Olivia said: "We like really traditional names, I like old lady names.

"We're just really struggling to agree on a girl. I like Audrey and Aubrey, but you didn't like those, did you?" she asked Alex.

Alex who wasn't too keen on the names, replied: "No. And I liked Kai for a boy, but you didn't like that! To be fair, our boy's name has been locked in for a long time now."

Olivia recently took to her Instagram to show fans painful bruises on arm, while revealing her blood tests are ongoing "throughout" her pregnancy.

Speaking openly, she told fans: "Was an aggressive blood test by the looks of things," followed by a laughing face Emoji.

"I used to hate them so much but I get them so often now I really don't even flinch anymore.

"Always have them for my thyroid and now throughout pregnancy."

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