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Rachel Riley rocked a stunning summer ensemble as she left ITV studios after a busy day of filming on Monday.
The Countdown star, 35, is expecting her second child with husband Pasha Kovalev and she hasn’t let pregnancy slow her down.
Rachel was sporting a bright, mustard yellow T-shirt teamed with a black and white floral jumpsuit as she strutted her stuff out of the Manchester building.
The mathematician showed off her growing baby bump in the summer outfit as she made her way home to Pasha, 41, and their 18 month old daughter, Maven.
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The blonde bombshell paired the comfortable outfit with a pair of plain white trainers and an equally colourful handbag, as well as a brightly-printed backpack.
The TV presenter, whose Countdown co-host Susie Dent recently split from husband Paul after almost 20 years, kept her makeup neutral as she opted for a glowing dewy look.
She lined her eyes with a thin band of eyeliner, which made her blue eyes pop, and a subtle pink lipstick.
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Rachel, who recently showed off her baby bump in a heart patterned top, left her blonde hair loose for the evening trip home and styled her locks in a relaxed wave.
The soon to be mum-of-two recently revealed that she first started potty training her daughter at just three months old.
Rachel and Pasha installed bathroom rules when Maven was still a baby in the hope to be more eco-friendly.
The doting mum revealed to The Sun how she wanted to cut back on plastic waste by using cloth nappies for their little lady.
She told the publication: “We started potty training Mave when she was really teeny tiny.
“We saved loads of money, and lots of plastic too. And we use cloth nappies – when you’ve got a baby, you’re doing more washing anyway.”
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However, their clever daughter soon worked out a way to get around potty training during a holiday away at just 17 months old.
Rachel joked: “She went ‘this is good’ and has stopped telling us when she needs to pee!
“On the next one we’ll try again … if this one’s a dud, we might need another!”
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