Ferne McCann to return to This Morning soon
- Bang Showbiz
- 5 October 2017
Ferne McCann will return to 'This Morning "soon" to talk about her pregnancy in the run up to her giving birth
Ferne McCann is set to return to 'This Morning' "soon."
The 27-year-old presenter - who used to do the celebrity showbiz segment on the brunchtime show when Rylan Clark-Neal was away - hasn't been seen on the programme since she confirmed her pregnancy and spoke out about her baby's father Arthur Collins after he allegedly threw acid at party revellers earlier this year.
But the brunette beauty - who is due to give birth over the next coming weeks - is set to make her comeback just before she welcomes the little one into the world.
A source told The Sun Online: "Ferne still has some filming commitments and she is set to return back soon.
"She'll talk about her pregnancy and give viewers an update on how she's doing. Viewers are keen to know what the latest with her given the audience it attracts."
It was rumoured earlier this year that the former 'The Only Way is Essex' star had been dropped from the show due to her links to Arthur, but it seems that's not the case and she's actually been busy filming her own television series on her pregnancy.
An insider explained previously: "Ferne had a difficult decision to make about putting her pregnancy on screen, but in the end she couldn't resist the offers.
"Her pal Sam Faiers and Made in Chelsea's Binky Felstead have proven that baby shows can be a smart career move."
Ferne was forced to announce her pregnancy early after Arthur was arrested on suspicion of involvement in an acid attack at London nightclub Mangle in April.
The reality TV star dumped her now-former flame almost immediately but admitted at the time that the incident had added extra stress to her pregnancy.
She previously said: "Pregnancy is the nine months of your life when you don't want any stress. Obviously, I had stress, so I had to learn how to deal with it quickly.
"Loads of women who are pregnant go through stressful experiences, so knowing I'm not the only one meant I could research how other women have coped - and that's by surrounding yourself with people who care about you and love you."