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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Casey Batchelor is suffering with morning sickness "all blooming day"

    The former glamour model - who is pregnant with her second child with her fiancé Dane Goodson - has opened up about her struggles and admitted her appetite is suffering.


    She shared an image on Instagram which read: "Can't eat because of nausea, nauseous because I can't eat. Well played, pregnancy, well played."

    And she insisted the post "says it all" as she revealed she was "dry heaving" as she typed her caption.

    She said: "I mean this just says it all when pregnant! I'm actually heaving whilst writing this

    "Also I don't know why they call it morning sickness when it's throughout the whole blooming day #nausea #nauseous #pregnancynausea #morningsickness #pregnancy (sic)"

    Casey, 34, revealed the exciting news this week as she confirmed she and Dane - who already have daughter Florence, 14 months, together - are expecting their second baby.

    She said: "I'm going to have two babies 20 months apart...I can't quite believe it. It'll be tough but I'm going to ride the storm - we're just so thrilled were having another baby."

    The former 'Celebrity Big Brother' star - who is just out of her first trimester - admitted while she was keen to have another child, she didn't expect to get pregnant so soon.

    She added: "Dane and I wanted more children - we're both turning 35 and we got engaged in January so didn't want to wait much longer as time is ticking on.

    "We decided to start trying and I got pregnant straight away. I do feel very lucky."

    © 2019 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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