Kimberley Walsh marks 23-weeks of pregnancy as she shows off growing baby bump in side-by-side pics

GIRLS Aloud star Kimberley Walsh showed fans her growing baby bump at 23 weeks on yesterday.

The 39-year-old took to Instagram to share her pregnancy progress, which displayed her current bump alongside a throwback snap at 19-weeks.

In the shots, a smiling Kimberley sported the same monochrome print leggings and black crop top, which accentuated her blossoming baby bump.

The Sound of the Underground hitmaker worked her ombré-coloured hair into a sleek style and complemented her low-key look with a minimal make-up.

The pregnant singer joked in the caption that she looked a "little more broken" in her latest photo due to lockdown.

She penned alongside the photos: "Bump watch the first pic was almost 4 weeks ago…of course I notice the growing bump…

"I also notice that’s 4 weeks later I look a little more broken by lockdown #23weeks #pregnant #bump first pic was 19 weeks" (sic).

The star is set to welcome her child into the world with husband Justin Scott, 38, later this year.

In December, Kimberley told OK! Magazine her boys are "so excited" and the couple "can't wait to complete our family".

She added: "They really are. Bobby has never really been that bothered and always been like, 'I love my family as it is and I don’t want anyone else.'

"But as soon as he found out he got so into it. He asks me 100 times a day, 'Are you OK? And is the baby OK?' We've got a long way to go yet!

"For the family, it’s been a bit of light in the distance and something to look towards and get excited about, and plan for," she added.

Kimberley and Justin have been together for nearly 18 years after they met at a gig way back in 2003 as their bands were signed to the same label, Polydor.

The couple are already parents to sons Bobby, six, and four-year-old Cole.

Justin proposed in 2014 and the pair tied the knot in Barbados in February 2016, with bridesmaids including Kimberley's former band mates Nicola Roberts and Cheryl.

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