DANI Dyer has shared an adorable scan of her baby 'waving' at dad Sammy Kimmence.
The actress updated fans on the latest stage of her pregnancy as she prepares to welcome her first child.
The Love Island star posted two black and white images to her Instagram stories.
On the first scan, she wrote: "Love You.
"Makes our day seeing you."
The second picture showed the baby with one arm lifted, appearing to wave its hand.
It was captioned: "Hi daddy SK".
On Twitter, Dani added: "My little one I love you so much already❤️❤️ still can’t believe you are going to be ours so excited xxx".
The 24-year-old announced the exciting news that she is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy last month.
The daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer found happiness with Sammy after her much-talked about split from Jack Fincham.
Dani and Jack were the winning couple on Love Island in 2018, but later announced their split in April 2019.
The reality star, who is now nearly five months pregnant, is set to welcome her little one into the world in January.
Dani has recently been seen dressing her bump in a range of summery outfits, but admitted she'd been struggling with the heat.
She has been suffering badly from fatigue, nausea, horrendous migraines and has even admitted that all she wants to eat is carbs.
The mum-to-be took to Twitter to share how tired she was, despite getting a decent amount of sleep.
She wrote to her 335.8K followers: "Must be sleeping 10 hours a night and I’m waking up even more tired than before I went to bed how is that even possible."
Earlier this week Dani was left "anxious and stressed" as she warned fans over using at-home baby ultrasound devices.
She went into a panic when she couldn't hear her unborn baby on a listening kit she'd been using at home.
A fetal doppler – whether at a doctor’s office or bought for home use — is a hand-held ultrasound device that uses soundwaves to listen to a baby's heartbeat.
Dani shared a video of her fetal doppler on her Instagram Stories, warning fans not to buy one and was so worried after failing to find the heartbeat that she got straight on the phone to book an ultrasound scan.
She said: "I tried this at home – it made me ill. If you're a little bit of a worrier, like me, I just really don't recommend them because if you cant find the heartbeat, you're stressing about it. I know I was."
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