Pregnant Jessica Wright looked absolutely glowing as she cradled her blossoming bump in a new snap shared to her Instagram.
On Sunday evening, the 36 year old wowed as she dressed her evolving figure in a fitted white plunging midi-dress that boasted buttons down the middle.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star, who recently opened up about feeling "anxious" after her trypophobia, tenderly cradled her bump as she snapped the mirror selfie.
Stunning Jess, who completed her glamorous look with an emerald green necklace and a glossy blowdry, added the caption: "Sunday" along with a white heart emoji.
The brunette later took to her Instagram Story with a snap taken from the car, in which she donned a matching white coat atop her outfit.
"First Sunday in about ten weeks that I've felt well! And it feels great!" Jess, who is expecting her first child with her husband William Lee-Kemp, wrote above the picture.
Jess' snaps were met with a wave of adoration with her mother Carol Wright commenting: "Amazing."
Pixie Lott added three red heart emojis while other fans commented about how "gorgeous" and "beautiful" she was looking.
The gorgeous images come after it was reported that Jess is getting stressed out easily after revealing she has been feeling "so anxious".
Jess opened up about feeling "anxious" after her trypophobia – the fear of small holes, bumps or patterns – was recently triggered.
The former TOWIE star told her fans she has been suffering from the phobia at the moment after seeing a disturbing picture on her social media, which was then "driving her mad".
Now, sources tell OK! that the star's friends and family are wanting her to "slow down" and "keep calm" after not feeling like herself.
"Jess gets a lot of anxiety, so the family wants her to slow down," the source added.
"She's so excited because she's wanted this baby for so long, and she wants it to be perfect like her wedding, which was amazing."
The source continued: "She's a real worrywart and gets herself stressed out, but she needs to keep calm.
"Everything's going to plan, but any tiny thing that happens, she starts to worry."
When Jess spoke out about her trypophobia, she wrote on Instagram: "Really strange thing but I'm suffering with trypophobia (fear of skin rashes & lumps/patterns).
Jess eventually revealed what set it off in the first place as she said: "Mine was to do with 100's of creatures stuck to someone's neck & I can't get the vision out of my head & feel sick."
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