Pregnant Strictly star Jannette Manrara reveals baby bump in glam ball gown | The Sun

STRICTLY'S Janette Manrara has revealed her adorable baby bump when she posted a picture of herself in an elegant ball gown.

Janette, 39, who now hosts Strictly's spin off show, It Takes Two, made the decision to quit the dancefloor to focus on starting a family with husband Aljaz.

And her decision clearly paid off as she announced she was expecting her first baby earlier this month and is due to give birth later this year.

Updating her fans on her growing bump she is seen dressed in a beautiful cream and silver off the shoulder ball gown, cradling her baby bump.

And her fans wasted no time in showing their love and support.

One fan said: "That bump. You look beautiful! Pregnancy suits you!"

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Another said: " You look beautiful and your bump is growing nicely."

While a third took the opportunity to congratulate Aljaz too. They added: "You're gonna be great parents."

Janette and Aljaz announced they were expecting their first child together on earlier this month.

At the time, Janette spoke out about her two-year struggle to fall pregnant and was on the brink of undergoing IVF treatment. But just before she was due to start the fertility process, she fell pregnant.

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Speaking of her struggle she told HELLO! magazine: "For the past couple of years we hadn’t been using protection but nothing was happening, so we thought IVF was the next best thing for us to do."

She added: "I turn 40 later this year and the NHS offers really good services to women under 40. The doctor said that as soon as I got my period we would start injections, but my period never came."

During her 12-week scan she said she felt "overwhelmed" and added that the doctor joked that their baby was "already dancing".

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