Dani Dyer shuts down rumours she's given birth as she shares 24 week update on her pregnancy

PREGNANT Love Island star Dani Dyer quickly put rumours to rest that she's welcomed her bundle of joy.

The 24-year-old reality star got fans excited that she already gave birth to her first baby after she shared a photo of her cradling a newborn.

Dani, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence, isn't even in her third trimester yet and is due to give birth in 2021 – and she reminded people of that fact with a pregnancy update.

She shut down rumours that she had already given birth by sharing two adorable snaps of her cradling her growing baby belly.

"24 weeks of growing and loving you," Dani captioned the Instagram post.

The glowing mum-to-be looked down lovingly at her bump as she wore her blonde hair in a high ponytail.

Wearing a coffee coloured fluffy coat over a black belted dress and tights, Dani smiled as she looked down.

In another pic proving to her 3.3million Instagram followers she was still pregnant, Dani looked to the camera as she got cosy under the fluffy coat.

Her fans loved the wholesome shots and described her as "gorgeous".

One fan wrote: "You look so snuggly and beautiful."

And another added: "Beautiful young lady."

While a third said: "You look beautiful dani glowing I’m excited for you loving the coat gorgeous."

Dani sparked chaos last week as she posed with a newborn – with fans thinking she'd given birth early.

She was inundated with congratulatory messages from her followers, despite making it clear in the caption that the little boy belonged to one of her friends.

In the sweet snap, the Love Island champ looks besotted with the little one, who she is cradling in her arms.

Dani recently opened up about her struggle with pregnancy, telling fans in a candid social media post: "I've suffered from severe migraines, tiredness and I started going off so many foods when I first fell pregnant."

The reality star has also recently discovered that she had an anterior placenta – meaning the placenta sits in front of the baby rather behind.

She admitted that she was worried she "wouldn’t be able to feel my baby move" because of the condition, but was reassured from other mums on a parenting app.



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