Pregnant Emma Willis reveals she is "two weeks away" from giving birth

Published Friday, Apr 22 2016, 12:21 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Pregnant Emma Willis is really ready to pop! She's just two weeks away from giving birth.

Eek! Appearing on Chris Evan's breakfast show for BBC Radio 2 earlier today, Emma revealed she is officially on baby countdown as her due date fast approaches.

Emma Willis pictured outside ITV Studios, London
22 April

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Emma Willis, BBC Studios London
22 April

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Host Chris joked that he guessed Emma was pregnant to which she replied: "It's either that or a watermelon. We're two weeks away!"

Chris then complimented Emma on her outfit choice for the day: a pretty cool pair of denim dungarees - and to be honest, we couldn't agree with him more. Emma was pictured outside of the BBC Studios in London in her 90s inspired maternity wardrobe and we LOVED her look.

She's a pro at looking casually chic in this, right?

Emma had teamed her dungarees with a white top underneath and cosy cover up to keep her and baby out of the chill. She then finished her look with a funky paired of trainers, sporting a lip motif at their toe.

The Big Brother host is currently expecting her third child with husband and Busted star Matt Willis. Emma confirmed she is pregnant again back in December last year via Twitter.

A source had revealed at the time: "Emma and Matt are thrilled. It's something they've been talking about for some time."

They are already parents to daughter Isabelle and son Ace.

Emma Willis and husband Matt at the Glamour Awards 2015
2 June

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Emma with husband Matt pictured in June last year.

As well as revealing when she will be giving birth, Emma also spoke about her new show, What Would Be Your Miracle?, during her radio appearance.

Explaining the concept behind the show (set to air on ITV on 28 April), Emma said: "We followed for the last two years six people who have certain medical conditions and need their life to change for their life to be better. We followed them pre op, during op and post op and asked them what their dream would be and we tried to make that achievable for them."

When asked if the show will be a 'weepy one', Emma replied: "It really is [emotional]. It's conditions that are... people who are blind, people who are deaf, kids with cerebral palsy, and a guy who has a tremor.

"Unless you're related or close to somebody who has conditions like that you don't really know the extent of what they go through day to day... to see that firsthand and spent that much time with them and realise what it would mean to them to change that, it makes me very upset."

Emma, in light of being nine months pregnant, added: "But I'm very hormonal! It was incredible to do... it's an eye opener."

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