Pregnant Dani Dyer confuses fans after she shares snap cradling her friend’s newborn baby

‘I thought you’d given birth!’ Pregnant Dani Dyer confuses fans after she shares snap cradling her friend’s newborn baby

She is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence early next year. 

And, Dani Dyer, 23, took to Instagram on Friday to share a snap of herself cradling a friend’s newborn baby and admitted she’s ‘obsessed’ with the little boy.

Upon seeing her post, the former Love Island star’s fans mistakenly rushed to congratulate the pregnant star – who’s not yet in her third trimester – believing she’d gone into labour early.  

Obsessed! Dani Dyer, 23, took to Instagram on Friday to share a snap of herself cradling a friend’s newborn baby and admitted she’s ‘obsessed’ with the little boy

Dani was clad in a white ribbed tank top and grey tracksuit bottoms, while the newborn was dressed in a precious star print babygrow. 

As she prepares to enter motherhood, the Love Island 2018 winner looked completely besotted with the tiny baby as she held him in her arms.

Dani wrote alongside the trio of snaps: ‘I’m obsessed his so perfect. Sonny Jamie lee so proud of you @charlottecornwellx & bill.’  

While the post’s caption clearly stated that the little boy isn’t her child, Dani’s fans assumed he was and flooded her comments with congratulatory messages. 

Sweet! Dani was clad in a white ribbed tank top and grey tracksuit bottoms, while the newborn was dressed in a precious star print babygrow

Sweet! Dani was clad in a white ribbed tank top and grey tracksuit bottoms, while the newborn was dressed in a precious star print babygrow

Adorable: While the post's caption clearly stated that the little boy isn't her child, Dani's fans assumed he was and flooded her comments with congratulatory messages

Adorable: While the post’s caption clearly stated that the little boy isn’t her child, Dani’s fans assumed he was and flooded her comments with congratulatory messages

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Dani recently revealed she has an anterior placenta – when the placenta attaches to the front wall of the uterus. 

The reality star explained she was worried she ‘wouldn’t be able to feel my baby move,’ because of the condition, but she got reassurance from other mums and mums-to-be. 

‘This is when I got recommended to join the @peanut app, and it changed everything,’ she wrote.

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Confused! Dani's followers rushed to send their congratulations to the star

Confused! Dani’s followers rushed to send their congratulations to the star

New chapter: In July the reality star announced she was expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence, 24 - just three months after they rekindled their relationship

New chapter: In July the reality star announced she was expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence, 24 – just three months after they rekindled their relationship

‘Seeing women going through the same worries as me really made me feel more relaxed and understand that it’s normal to feel how I’m feeling.’

‘The mums on the app gave me loads of tips, like laying on your side to help you feel more so the baby can kick against that rather than where the placenta is.

‘I absolutely love being pregnant but it’s a constant battle of wanting everything to be perfect and for my baby to be healthy.’

Worries: Dani recently revealed she has an anterior placenta - when the placenta attaches to the front wall of the uterus

Worries: Dani recently revealed she has an anterior placenta – when the placenta attaches to the front wall of the uterus

What is an anterior placenta? 

An anterior placenta is when the placenta attaches to the front wall of the uterus. This is a normal place for the placenta to implant and develop.

However having this can make it a bit harder to feel movements as the baby is cushioned by the placenta.

Most women start to feel kicks between 18 and 24 weeks, but first time mums may not until after 20 weeks.

It can also make it more difficult to have some tests, such as amniocentesis, but not all women are offered this during pregnancy.

Having an anterior placenta can also increase the chances of the baby being in a back-to-back position before birth.

Always contact your midwife if you think your baby’s movements have slowed or changed.

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In July the reality star announced she was expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence – just three months after they rekindled their relationship. 

‘Little bubba can’t believe you are going to be ours,’ she wrote, ‘Me and Sammy are so excited to start this next chapter in our lives, feel so lucky and grateful…2021.’ 

Dani also recently said that she has started to ’embrace’ the changes in her body.

She wrote: ‘I’ve really started noticing the changes in my body and I’m definitely embracing it.  

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