Jemma Lucy has opened up on her "hard pregnancy" on her birthday, just three weeks before her due date.
The reality star, 30, candidly admitted that she hadn't enjoyed being pregnant, but told fans that she was excited to be a mum.
Sharing a picture as she sat in a bikini and showed off her baby bump, Jemma wrote: "Literally got 3 weeks left!
"Not guna lie I’ve had a hard pregnancy and not really enjoyed it to be honest…
"But I can’t wait to meet my baby girl it’s becoming so real and exciting, after feeling scared, unsure and anxious, I’m now feeling so ready to be a mum and I can’t wait!
"ITS MY BIRTHDAYYYY too and next year I’ll be celebrating with my baby girl who will be almost 1! Mad! Thank you for all the birthday wishes ❤️ #37weekspregnant".
As she shared the post, the reality star was flooded with supportive messages from friends an fans, with one writing: "I can’t believe your at the end of your pregnancy already. I cannot wait to meet your little girl one day".
While another chipped in: "Happy Birthday Jem you look amazing!! She’ll be here soon".
Jemma's ex Stephen Bear even rushed to end her well-wishes, as he chipped in: "No way !!! Happy birthday".
The Ex On The Beach star's update comes after she was forced to deny she was faking her pregnancy just months ago, because of her smaller bump.
“You don’t look pregnant here?” one follower remarked of the photo of the star.
But she viciously hit back – blasting the follower for challenging her.
“Well I'm sick of people saying i (don't) look pregnant! that's how I feel. Don't like it F**k off,” the foul mouthed star wrote.
Jemma then took to Instagram stories to rant.
"Another thing that's winding me up is people asking me where's your bump gone, why do you look pregnant in some pics and not others,” she raged.
"I don't know! I don't know why. Obviously I did a pregnancy shoot and I had to push my stomach out a little bit but it's just the way my body is. I just don't really have one yet,” she added.
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