Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan's fans convinced she's having baby boy after posting bump snap
HELEN Flanagan's fans are convinced she's having a baby boy after posting a snap of her bump.
The Coronation Street star is currently pregnant with her third child, with she and Scott Sinclair already mum and dad to five-year-old Matilda and two-year-old Delilah.
Captioning the mirror selfie, Helen, 30, wrote: "Boy or girl?"
It led to a flurry of guesses from her Instagram followers who believe the shape of her bump proves she's expecting a son.
One commented: "Boy it's all at the front."
"I think the same… Boy, as all up front."
Even her celebrity pals were getting in on the guessing game, with Emmerdale's Charley Webb writing: "I did think girl but now I’m saying boy."
And Simon Cowell's best friend Sinitta shouted: "Boy."
Helen is 28 weeks' pregnant and in her final trimester with her third child.
But she admits it's been a challenging pregnancy, because she suffers from hyperemesis gravidarum which causes severe sickness.
She's not let it stop her thinking about plans to marry boyfriend Scott next Christmas – and hinted that she will return to Coronation Street after the birth of her third child.
The 30-year-old star and her footballer fiancé were due to tie the knot this year, but had to put their nuptials on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, she's not letting the delay deter her from walking down the aisle as she teased a Christmas wedding in a new interview.
The actress shared: "We've been a couple since we were 19, so we're ready to get married.
"Although, we've got children and have been together for so long, so we already feel like we're married.
"We were going to get married this year and my little sister is getting married next summer, so maybe next year for us too."
Helen shot to fame on Coronation Street as Rosie Webster, but hasn't tread the cobbles since June 2018 as she focused on motherhood.
However, she went on to hint that she could make a comeback once her little one is born.
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