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Lauren Goodger shows off growing baby bump in a jumpsuit after revealing she's struggling with sickness

PREGNANT Lauren Goodger showed off her baby bump today as she went food shopping with boyfriend Charles Drury.

The mum-to-be looked stylish in the figure-hugging brown jumpsuit and added extra glam with flawless makeup.

Charles walked by her side in a padded black coat, shorts, and sports leggings as they headed into Sainsbury's.

Lauren, who is 16 weeks pregnant, rested her hand on her bump as she spoke on the phone outside the shop.

It wasn't long before the pair were forced to cut the supermarket trip short after Lauren became sick and tired.

She wrote on Instagram: "Couldn't get my food shopping earlier had to leave Sainsbury's as the sickness and dizziness and tiredness hit real hard."


The former Towie star previously told The Sun how the early months of pregnancy had taken their toll.

She said: “Some days it’s like having a hangover. Even though I’m pregnant and I don’t go out, I don’t drink, I still get that feeling. I thought when I got pregnant that would all be over. It’s not fair.

“But obviously it’s such a beautiful thing and I have this lovely buzz at the same time.”

Lauren added that the response to the couple’s baby news has been “overwhelming”, and said she has been flooded with messages from well-wishers.

She continued: “I still haven’t managed to get back to everyone who has sent messages of love and support but it’s been so lovely.”



Even so, sick social media trolls were quick to leap on her happy news and accuse her of faking her pregnancy.

She said: “People have even accused me of having a fake bump. It’s totally crazy.

“It can be frustrating and annoying. But at the end of the day we are happy, we are having a baby, keep your opinions to yourselves and f*** off. But we are talking about a minority. I’ve probably had a handful of bad messages out of thousands of lovely ones.

“I’m constantly explaining myself when I shouldn’t have to. I’ve never been horrible to anyone, I’ve never hurt anyone. I’m not a bad person. I’m only human and I do have a lot coming at me.

"Eventually that stuff will break you down. That’s why I suffer from anxiety — I can’t take it from every angle.”

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