Love Island’s Jess Shears and Dom Lever are expecting their first child together later this year.
The reality TV star, 25, who tied the knot with Dom last year in a stunning ceremony in Greece, announced the happy news alongside a baby scan on her Instagram page.
On Thursday night, the reality couple headed on a night out together at the Lissy Roddy clothing launch party at Hotel Gotham in Manchester.
Looking as beautiful as ever, the reality star showed off her blossoming baby bump in a sophisticated black dress.
Highlighting her slim pins and ample assets, Jess’ dress featured a low-cut neckline and flattering wrap cut.
And taking a leaf out of Kim Kardashian’s book, the stunning brunette completed her look with a pair of see-through heels.
Throughout the evening, the model affectionately cradled her beautiful baby bump while walking along with her handsome husband, Dom, 27.
Last week, Jess admitted that she already misses her pre-pregnancy body.
Posting a video of herself flaunting her incredible physique in a tiny bikini, she made the confession to her 1.2million followers.
Over the video of herself enjoying a holiday, she wrote: “So proud of my body growing a baby but man I miss looking like this.”
Jess also took the opportunity to ask her fans what she should do with her hair — hoping to get a new do as she prepares to enter motherhood.
Jess and Dom met in the Love Island villa during the 2017 series of the show and after a whirlwind romance, got engaged just three months later, though many doubted their romance.
The couple then tied the knot live on Good Morning Britain, becoming the first Islanders to get married.
Speaking exclusively to OK! magazine about proving the haters wrong, Dom said: “People said we wouldn’t last but now we’re husband and wife.
“We’re proof that when you meet the right person, there’s no need to hang around.”
Jess added: “I always thought it was a cliche when people said ‘When you meet the one, you know’, but it’s true. I knew we’d be together forever from very early on.”
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