Nicola Adams and Ella Baig’s stylish appearance at the final day of Royal Ascot comes after the retired boxer revealed some of her parenting worries, before her modeling give birth later this summer
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Pregnant Nicola Adams and Ella Baig looked super stylish at Royal Ascot on Saturday, as they enjoyed an outing together before becoming parents to a baby boy later this year.
The couple – who shared the pregnancy news in February – both rocked their super-chic looks at the racecourse in Berkshire, on the fifth and final day of the annual racing festival.
Former boxer Nicola, 39, posed dapper in a fashionable plaid green and blue suit, teamed with a matching wide-brimmed hat, while partner Ella, 24, showed off Her growing baby bump in some multicolored flowers. .
The pregnant model wore her yellow dress loosely and completed her summer look with an eye-catching black frock.
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In terms of makeup, the former Strictly star Nicola kept things minimal and simple, as Ella applied a bold and perfect orange eyeshadow to accentuate her beauty.
The super-stylish couple looked incredibly happy as they posed for pictures in the sunshine, just hours after the retired athlete shared how she feels about becoming a mother for the first time.
Nicola – who became the first female boxer to become an Olympic champion after winning gold in London 2012 – explained it. The Independent how she predicts one of the “scariest and hardest” parts of parenting will have to back down when your child does something wrong.
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“Having to stand back and watch him fail so he can pull himself back from that failure is going to be a tough one,” she explained to the publication earlier this week – adding that she and Ella hope hope their child can “become all that he wants to be”.
Nicola and Ella – who met in a Leeds bar – started infertility treatment in 2019 and after four IVF rounds became pregnant with their baby boy.
Tragically, they miscarried after becoming pregnant on their second round of fertility treatment.
They lost their baby at eight weeks, but they said they both wanted to talk openly about their experiences to raise awareness about pregnancy loss and fertility.
Earlier this year, the couple announced the sex of their unborn baby – a boy – before explaining why they were hesitant to do so.
The couple were uncertain about gender disclosure as they believed it could be negative and damaging, so they shared the child’s gender in their own way.
They covered a canvas with blue and pink paint before covering it with other rainbow colors.
“As part of the LGBTQ community, I’m aware of the issues around gender exposure, as they often reinforce gender stereotypes,” Ella explained on Loose Women in April.
“I think this is a good opportunity to raise awareness of the difference between sex and gender and make it less stereotypical. We started with pink and blue, and then removed it. “
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/nicola-adams-pregnant-ella-baig-27269399 Pregnant Nicola Adams and Ella Baig enjoying Royal Ascot as they prepare to become parents