0 When is Ferne McCann's due date? Pregnant TOWIE star is expecting her first baby with ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins FERNE McCann had her pregnancy news revealed in April 2017 before she'd reached the three month mark. By Megan Nisbet
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
The reality television star had just split from her now ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins following his arrest over an incident in a London nightclub when her baby news was announced.
However, Ferne McCann then did an interview with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning confirming her pregnancy news, and has since debuted her baby bump in OK! magazine.
So, when is Ferne McCann's due date?
The former The Only Way Is Essex star revealed she had her first scan at eight weeks as she "felt it important to have an early scan" and admitted she impatiently "couldn't wait three months".
Ferne McCann shows off her growing baby bump [Ferne McCann/Instagram]
She's also admitted she'd had a scan at 13 weeks and "the baby had doubled in size", followed by another at 15 weeks.
Ferne, 26, told OK! magazine exclusively: "I had the second one because of the stress. The last one was just to make sure everything was okay, and it was.
Ferne McCann's pregnancy diary Ferne McCann cradles her growing bump on the cover of OK! Magazine as she reveals her due date's in mid November [OK! magazine]
Former TOWIE star and This Morning presenter Ferne McCann announced she was pregnant with her first child earlier this year – click here to see the TV star's pregnancy diary
"Mum came too, and I made her film it! She was so excited."
In June, Ferne revealed she was four months pregnant and expecting in autumn/winter 2017.
Ferne's official due date is in November, speaking exclusively to OK! magazine, she said: "I'm due mid to late November."
We're so excited for Ferne's first baby at the end of this year!
For more of Ferne's pregnancy details including her baby journey, click here.
Meanwhile, to see her best maternity styles, go here.
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