Lauren Goodger and her toyboy boyfriend Charles Drury have welcomed their baby daughter into their lives.
A representative for the former TOWIE star, 34, told OK! : “Mother and baby are doing really well. Lauren and her partner Charlie are really looking forward to spending some quality time with their new arrival.”
The couple have been dating since October 2020 and announced they were expecting a baby together in January.
Throughout her pregnancy, Lauren has looked extremely put together and often shared snaps of herself showing off her bump.
Her boyfriend Charles, 23, has been extremely supportive each step of the way and often shares his admiration for Lauren on social media.
In April, Charles sent a sweet message to his girlfriend which read: “The moment we parked the car I looked round & saw you glowingggg. I love you beautiful.”
She responded back to him at the time: “I love to feel your tiny kicks and know your little heart is beating inside me .. can’t wait for this lil princess to be born.”
At one point during her journey, Lauren suffered a scare and was admitted to hospital.
Writing about her horrifying experience at the hospital in her OK! VIP column, Lauren revealed: “Sadly, I ended up in hospital last week. I didn’t feel the baby move and I didn’t feel myself, so I was advised to go and have a check-up.”
Luckily, she was told by midwives that her baby is doing just fine.
She added: “As a new mum you worry, but the baby is all fine and perfect.”
The sweet couple also had a 4D scan to see their bundle of joy.
Lauren continued in her column: “I like having scans done. As much as they are nerve-wracking it’s a reassurance thing – I’d have them every day if I could!
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“I’ve got my midwife appointment next week so they will check me over and we’ll have a chat. It’s becoming very real now.”
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