BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst 'confirms' baby's gender as she dances up a storm on night out | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst 'confirmed' her baby's gender as she danced up a storm on a night out.

The 42-year-old journalist revealed she is pregnant with her third child in a sweet Mother's Day post at the weekend.

Nina already has sons Digby and Michael with husband Ted, and in a post on her Instagram Stories, she appeared to reveal the gender of her unborn baby.

Nina attended a Self Esteem gig with pals and was filmed dancing along to her track I Do This All The Time.

As she raised her arms in the air and swayed, her friend wrote across her video, which Nina then reshared: "One for the babygirl".

She added: "First gig" alongside a love heart emoji, with the video then panning to Nina's baby bump concealed under a polka dot dress.

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Nina had shared the wonderful news of her pregnancy on her Instagram with a snap of her cradling her bump in a figure hugging black dress on the BBC Breakfast set.

She wrote: "Happy Mother’s Day to all of those who are any part of this endless handover of love, values, genes, chaos and perpetually crumb-infested kitchens.

"I’d like to say “you got this Mama!” But maybe you haven’t. I dunno. It’s hard isn’t it?

"That said we are doing it again It’s been a funky few months… involving intense migraines, vomiting, morning kebabs, first time acne, small acts of violence against fruit, afternoon kebabs, tears, spontaneous snoozes, anxiety and more kebabs.

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"I am settling in to the middle chunk (emphasis on chunk) and enjoying the wonders of Mother Nature and her tiny kicks and flutters. The boys and the cat have been enjoying their new chairGod willing, Baby Doner-Shish joins the outside world in the summer."

She added: "I am blown away that we do this. And acutely aware of the privilege, born of nothing but fortune.

"Sending love to those who’ve had to say goodbye to the babies they lost and the ones they dreamed of."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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