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Pregnant Dani Dyer shows off her growing baby bump in slinky white dress

DANI Dyer has given fans a glimpse of her cute baby bump in a white ribbed dress.

The Love Island star, 24, showed off her growing belly in the chic v-neck dress with spaghetti strap and asymmetrical hem which fell just below her knees.

Dani glowed with her hair tied up in a long ponytail and she twirled for the camera to give her fans a good view of the dress.

“Love this little dress from Glamify Fashion,” Dani captioned the Instagram story.

The TV star is 15 weeks pregnant with her first child, after announcing her pregnancy a couple of weeks ago.

The former Love Island winner is expecting her bundle of joy with boyfriend, Sammy Kimmence.

The reality star revealed last month that she is expecting her first tot with Sammy by posting a sweet snap of her scan.

She wrote: “Little bubba can’t believe you are going to be ours.

“Me and Sammy are so excited to start this next chapter in our lives, feel so lucky and grateful.. 2021.”

The Sun Online has since revealed that Dani will not be learning the gender of her baby until she gives birth.

Dani and her stockbrocker partner Sammy have already been clashing on what they’ll name the tot if it’s a girl.

One fan posted: “I swear you said in your book you and Sammy agreed to call your baby Ariana?”

In the Instagram Stories caption, an excited Dani replied: “Honestly the first thing I said is I’m calling it Ariana if it’s a girl!

“Yes we have agreed on a boy’s name but can not agree on a girl’s name!

“I like really unusual names but Sammy won’t have it.”

The MTV host kept her pregnancy a secret until the big announcement and cleverly hid her growing baby bump with some old fashioned tricks.

Wearing loose clothes, baggy tops and dresses, covering her bump with her arms, designer bags and even in one instance, an actual baby, were the lengths Dani went to to keep her pregnancy under wraps.

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