Jennifer Metcalfe's exploding boobs
- Bang Showbiz
- 27 February 2017
Jennifer Metcalfe's boobs expanded when she fell pregnant last year
Jennifer Metcalfe's boobs "blew up" when she fell pregnant.
The 'Hollyoaks' actress and her partner Greg Lake are set to welcome their little bundle of joy into the world in three months' time and, although she's only just announced the news, the brunette beauty knew almost immediately that she had conceived because her breasts ballooned almost instantly and they were causing her excruciating pain.
Asked if she had an inkling she was pregnant, she said: "I did! We'd gone to Ibiza a few weeks before we found out and my boobs were really sore to the point I'd never experienced them before. I've got quite little boobs and they just blew up. I was like: 'What the hell are these?' Once we got back from Ibiza I went for a meal with my girlfriends. They ordered wine and I wasn't going to have one but I was like, 'Do you know what, I have a feeling this could be the last one I have for a while.' "
The 34-year-old actress has just had her 20-week scan and was blown away by how well she could see her unborn tot moving its long limbs inside her stomach.
She explained: "It was fascinating. You could see its little tongue sticking out an d it was swallowing and crossing its legs. It was magical. We could see everything really well and apparently it's because I've not got a lot of fat on my tummy."
The couple can't wait to meet their little one in 12 weeks' time but have decided that they don't want to find out the sex before hand as they want it to be a "surprise."
Greg explained: "No we're not going to find out the sex. We're having a surprise. I did initially want to but Jen has always wanted a surprise."
Jennifer added to OK! magazine: "I feel like I'm the one who's got to go through labour, so if I've got a little surprise at the end, it might get me through however many hours it's going to be! We can't wait to meet the little man or lady. We have a few names but we're going to keep them to ourselves."