Rochelle Humes has revealed she's suffering from ‘evening sickness’ after announcing she is pregnant with her third child.
The singer turned TV presenter, 31, and husband Marvin Humes, 35, shared the happy news that they were expecting their third child on Easter Sunday.
And yesterday, The Saturdays singer appeared via video link on This Morning, where she also works as a presenter, to discuss the couple’s recent reveal.
After congratulating his colleague, host Eammon Holmes asked how Rochelle was feeling and whether she’d had any morning sickness, to which the star replied that she was feeling nauseous more in the evening.
“I’m fine in the morning, its really odd, but in the evening I’m really sick,” she explained.
Later Rochelle headed to Instagram to invite her followers to ask her anything, and many focused on the star’s pregnancy symptoms.
One fan asked whether she had been suffering from morning sickness? and Rochelle answered: “YES but oddly I only see it in the evening. Never morning...”
Continuing her chat with Eammon and Ruth on This Morning, the singer went on to say that it has been much easier to keep her pregnancy hidden this time because coronavirus lockdown has meant she hasn’t seen anyone.
“I haven’t had to do any of the ordering of the fake wine, I’ve just been able to let it all hang out, enjoying myself,” she revealed.
She also revealed her daughters are really excited about being big sisters.
“My eldest daughter cried, I didn’t think they even knew about happy tears yet.”
Rochelle announced her pregnancy news on social media over the Easter weekend, writing alongside the cute picture: “There’s a baby bunny in my oven.”
The presenter posted a shot of their ultrasound scan alongside a pair of booties and a sign that read: “We’re eggspecting. Baby Humes. October 2020.”
Marvin also shared the news with his fans and posted the same picture, writing: “And there's another Bunny in the oven! Baby Humes due Oct 2020. Our hearts are so full we are truly blessed."
Marvin and Rochelle are already parents to Alaia-Mai, seven, and Valentina Raine, three.