Music

Former Corrie star Catherine Tyldesley shows off baby bump at Pride of Britain

Pregnant actress Catherine Tyldesley looked radiant as she showed off her baby bump on the red carpet at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards, being held at Grosvenor House in London this evening.

The former Coronation Street actress, 38, posed for photos on the red carpet, smiling for the cameras and holding her baby bump, in her first public appearance since announcing her pregnancy.

Catherine looked beautiful, wearing a stunning silver and cream floor length gown, with long sheer sleeves and flowing skirt.

The gown was adorned with silver jewels and a sweetheart neckline, complemented with a gorgeous up-do hairstyle, diamante earrings and barely there make-up, enhancing Catherine's radiant look.

She attended the event with her husband Tim Pitfield, who she has been married to since 2016, posing for photos together ahead of the awards ceremony.

Catherine, who is already a mum to her six year old son Alfie, announced the news that she was pregnant with a daughter earlier this month.

The star said in an Instagram post, "I can't tell you how utterly blessed we feel right now. We are so happy to announce that Tom Pitfield and I are expecting a baby.

"It's been tough keeping this a secret let me tell you!"

In an interview with Hello magazine, she said: "We're absolutely elated. We feel so lucky. When we found out, I just burst into tears."

Catherine also revealed that husband Tom became emotional when they found out that she was pregnant, saying: "He has suddenly gone all mushy. I'm sure she will have him wrapped around her little finger."

The star said that the baby is expected in April.

She was one of many celebrities from the world of TV, film, music and sport at the star-studded event, which celebrates the achievements of people from across the UK.

Other celebrities to attend the event included host Carol Vorderman, who dazzled in a silver and blue A-line gown, television personalities Maura Higgins and Holly Willoughby, and Hollywood A-lister Sharon stone.

Watch the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, ITV, 4th November, 8pm.

Source: Read Full Article