Pregnant Stephanie Davis declares "up yours" to doubters after revealing baby bump for the first time

Published Monday, Jul 11 2016, 11:17 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Stephanie Davis has said "up yours" to critics who doubted her pregnancy, after showing off her baby bump for the first time.

The ex-Hollyoaks actress, 23, has been plagued by accusations she's not really pregnant and calls to reveal a scan photo, after announcing her baby news in May.

And now, she's done just that.

Stephanie Davis selfie, Instagram
23 June

© Instagram / @stephaniedavis88

Stephanie appears on the cover of a magazine out on Tuesday, displaying her baby bump in all its glory and proving once and for all that she IS with child.

And she's got a message to haters…

"To all them trolls, haters and nasty people who have not let me enjoy my pregnancy, you can see my bump and my scan when you buy a copy. Up yours."

Stephanie announced her pregnancy in May, saying ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell is the baby's father, but he has publicly cast doubt on this.

He told Ireland's TVNow: "I'm not going to be a dad. If she is pregnant, it's not mine. If I was a dad, I'd be 100% no, 110%, the best dad in the world. But you'll see in the future that it's not my kid, and she'll look like a mug. Look, if she is pregnant it's not my kid. She had her period. We had been broken up."

Stephanie, however, has always insisted the baby IS Jeremy's.

Jeremy McConnell and Stephanie Davis confirm romance is back on
23 February 2016

© Twitter

Steph and Jeremy met on CBB.

A source told us: "These accusations are causing great stress to Stephanie. Treating a pregnant woman like this is totally unfair, given all the changes she is going through. For Jeremy to say he isn't the father is going to backfire on him totally. He should reign in what he is saying because he will have serious egg on his face when the baby is born."

Meanwhile, Stephanie has also fought off accusations her pregnancy was fake, fuelled by the fact she took her time in revealing her baby bump.

Last month, one Twitter user sent her a message saying: You're not even pregnant," said the user. "We're all just waiting for the inevitable 'miscarriage horror' story. You're a mess."

Stephanie hit back, calling the claim "vile".

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