And the Love Island star has been open about her excitement about becoming a mother for the first time.
Emma-Jane Woodham has been updating fans with her baby bump progress throughout her pregnancy and has now delighted fans with another picture of her belly.
Snapping a shot of herself kneeling down on the floor in front of her mirror, the star wore a tiny crop top and shorts as her bare belly took centre stage.
She captioned the shot: “And now I feel pregnant.”
It comes as the gorgeous brunette bravely opened up about suffering a secret ectopic pregnancy in her teens.
And Emma is hoping to raise awareness for those who have lost their unborn babies in similar ways, to coincide with Baby Loss Awareness Week.
Emma-Jane Woodhams and Jessica Hayes get to grips with one of the prams on show [James Curley]
Speaking exclusively to OK! Online, the 21 year old bravely opened up about her harrowing ordeal, explaining: “I got up on a Sunday after a night out, and I had really bad back pains. I told my mum I didn’t feel well and she just said I was hungover so I went back to bed.
“It got really bad, I was screaming, so I went up to the hospital. They actually did an ultrasound on me and said I had appendicitis. They put me on a drip of antibiotics to bring the inflammation down in my appendix, because they were worried it could burst.
“I was in there for a day and a half and still complaining of a lot of pain. A specialist then came in and looked at my notes again. 20 minutes later he said: ‘I’m sorry, we’ve missed this, you’ve got an ectopic pregnancy’.
“That was the most horrendous thing. It was so scary. My initial thought was: ‘I’m never going to be able to have kids again.’”
Emma had to undergo an operation – in which she lost her left fallopian tube.
She said: “It’s something that should be spoken about more, and even just making people feel they’re not the only people it’s happened to. It’s a horrendous and horrible thing to go through, but you’re not alone.”
If you have been affected by this story, you can call Baby Loss Awareness on 020 3897 6092 or visit www.babyloss-awareness.org/