MIC star sparks pregnancy rumours with bump photo


Could a baby be on the way for Made In Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh?

The reality star was out for a brunch organised by Skinny Bitch Collective when MTV presenter Laura Whitmore posted a very telling photo which soon had fans talking. Posing with pals Zara Martin, Rosie Tapner and Danielle Copperman, a slight bump was clearly visible under Millie's grey cotton top (front left):

Now, we've all been victim to that "sitting closest to the camera therefore I look like a giant" affliction once or twice, so we're willing to concede it could simply be a matter of perspective, but there's no denying Millie's belly looks a little fuller than usual!

Commenters on Instagram pointed out the difference, with one writing, "@camillamackintosh is preggers for sure! Exciting" and another saying, "Oh my…Millie congrats."

Others were quick to note that Millie might simply have had a big breakfast, with comments like "Jeez… Maybe she just ate too much porridge!"

Even if Millie is pregnant, it's unlikely we'll be getting an official announcement, as the star has spoken before about her wish to keep her personal life private. When asked if she and husband Stephen Manderson had any plans to start a family, Mille recently told OK! magazine, "We're probably not going to be announcing it when we are [pregnant] anyway. It's a personal thing."

She also slammed pregnancy rumours before Christmas, telling Hello! magazine "I’m not buying baby stuff yet. I’m buying nice furniture so that our friends can come and stay and pass out after a dinner party. That’s where my head’s at at the moment. But Stephen will be such a hot dad. There’s nothing sexier than seeing a man with a baby.”

We can't wait to find out if the rumours are true!

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