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Monday 23 October 2017

Mum's the word for Karen as she reveals baby bump

Karen Koster looked every inch the yummy mummy-to-be as she showed off her baby bump for the first time.

The Xposé presenter (34) turned heads over the weekend as she posted a photo of her wearing a full-length patterned dress that fitted her perfectly.

She was inundated with compliments for her maternity style after putting up the picture along with the message: "Just when I'd outgrown everything in my wardrobe, Ingenue London sent me this super pretty SOS."

Her excited hubby John McGuire was also in the mood for baby talk as he posted a message saying: "I love my wife's bump! Lots of progress this week."

This will be the first baby for the TV3 anchor and her entrepreneur hubby, who previously fronted RTE show 'I'm an Adult … Get Me Out of Here.'

She is due in December and she confirmed the news via Twitter earlier this month. She said how she and John already know how they'll be spending New Year's Eve, "waiting to meet baby McGuire."

The smitten pair got married in June 2013 at an intimate wedding on the Italian island of Sicily in a picturesque town called Taormina.

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They were together for five years before getting hitched at the Chiesa di Santa Caterina church.

And they recently relived their happy memories with a return visit to where they got married for a two-week holiday.

Karen will become the second member of Xpose to become a mum when she welcomes her first baby this winter.

She'll no doubt be taking tips from two-time mum Aisling O'Loughlin, who returned from maternity leave in May.

She was replaced for six months by presenter Michelle Doherty, who is now expecting to welcome her first baby next month.

Karen and John, who share a luxurious pad in Ballsbridge, were more than happy to enjoy marital life before jumping into starting a family.

She said before how they were both keen to have a baby but they weren't putting pressure on themselves.

"I think if you keep talking about it you jinx yourself as nobody knows if the journey will be a long or a short one," she said.

mfinn@herald.ie

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