Pregnant Love Island star Shaughna Phillips shows off her 9-week 'bump' in throwback as she reveals severe pain | The Sun

Pregnant Love Island star Shaughna Phillips shows off her 9-week 'bump' in throwback as she reveals severe pain | The Sun


PREGNANT Love Island star Shaughna Phillips showed off her 'bump' at nine weeks in a throwback after revealing she's in severe pain.

The reality star was in hysterics looking back at her old pregnancy snaps, admitting she thought she was showing at just nine weeks.

She then revealed her more rounded belly at 22 weeks and 27 weeks pregnant.

It came after Shaughna opened up about her painful pregnancy pains that keep her up all night.

The mum-to-be, who is currently expecting her first child with boyfriend Billy, said she's been experiencing significant discomfort in her hips when she tries to sleep.

Shaughna, 28, said the uncomfortable symptoms have forced her to wake up at various times during the night.


Shaughna Phillips asks for ‘help’ after pregnancy pains keep her up at night

Pregnant Shaughna Phillips admits why boyfriend Billy won’t see their baby born

She begged fans for help, saying it "hurts like hell".

Looking glum, Shaughna shared a photo from her bed and wrote: "Part of the 5am club this morning.

"My hips don't lie but they do hurt like hell.

"How am I supposed to sleep for the next 12 weeks please? Send help."

Most read in News TV


Host of BBC stars are facing the axe in major shake-up


Masked Singer viewers are all saying the same thing about Davina McCall's hair


Holly Willoughby's BBC show put on ice with no plans for second series


Masked Singer fans overjoyed after Ghost UNMASKED as legendary footie pundit

Shaughna was recently rushed to hospital over a "worrying pain in her stomach".

Posting a photo of a heart-rate monitor, she told fans that she had a pain "for the last few days" that left her concerned.

"Came to the hospital this morning because I've been having a strange pain in my belly for the last few days that was worrying me," Shaughna told her followers.

"Baby is happy and chilling but I've got an infection that needs treating.

"I always get scared that I'm wasting the hospital's time or that what I'm feeling might just be normal when your body is growing a baby, but I'm glad I listened to my instinct."

Source: Read Full Article