Rachel Riley drops MAJOR hint about gender of baby as Countdown star appears on Celebrity Gogglebox with boyfriend Pasha Kovalev

Countdown presenter Rachel Riley appeared on Friday night’s Celebrity Gogglebox with boyfriend Pasha Kovalev, where they were seen talking about the gender of their baby.

Rachel, 33, dropped a major hint that she and Pasha, 39, are going to welcome a baby girl, after revealing that she "couldn't see a penis" during her latest scan.

Sitting on the couch, Rachel told an amused Pasha: “Everyone keeps asking me if it is girl or a boy but it’s too early.

“I did look on the scan and I was like ‘I can’t see a penis.'"

She continued: “But they said it was too early so I might just be insulting our son.”

While rubbing her baby bump, Rachel burst into laughter after her revelation, as Pasha lovingly smiled at his pregnant partner.

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The pair confirmed their happy baby news with a Countdown conundrum last month.

Also revealing her due date as December, she wrote to her 381,000 followers: “Pash and I have a conundrum for you…you have till December to work it out! We’re over the moon excited!”

Pasha met Rachel during her stint on Strictly in 2013, where she was partnered with the dancing hunk.

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Earlier this year, fan favourite Pasha confirmed he had quit the BBC dancing contest after eight years as a professional dancer, with the show releasing a statement on Twitter.

Strictly wished him the best of luck as they thanked the star for his incredible dance routines throughout his time on the series.

They said in a post: “Sadly after eight incredible series, the brilliant @PashaKovalev has decided to leave #Strictly. Pasha, from all of us, thank you for your amazing choreography and routines over the years. You’ll be sorely missed!”

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