Jennifer metcalfe dating geordie shore

The actress left her dark hair loose around her shoulders and added a tint of colour to the outfit with a pair of killer scarlet heels.Over the last few season’s there has been a really strong 1970’s revival across the catwalks and high street, and with it, brought a wave of suede accessories and boots.According to The Sun, the two are said to be super happy with the news (as you would be in this sort of situation). They have told their friends and family, who are chuffed too. We laugh together – and she's not bad looking either! “It’s going to be an exciting rest of the year for her.” The couple, who first started dating in 2013, are yet to comment on the lovely news. magazine about their relationship, Greg explained why they have been able to go the distance for so long. Putting an end to the 'is she/isn't she' rumours, the Hollyoaks actress has revealed her and long-term boyfriend Greg Lake are expecting. So was the baby planned or was it a happy surprise?And in a world where celebs often can't keep anything a secret, Jennifer managed to keep this one mum for six months. magazine, the 34-year-old revealed she was alone when she discovered she was pregnant."Greg was in Newcastle working and I was in Liverpool so I just had to Face Time him. It turns out it was both."We got to the stage where we were like, 'If this happens, it would be amazing'.’ Poor Jen has been experiencing some nausea and has been off her food during her pregnancy, you see.The soap star has been dating 32-year-old Greg – who appeared in the first series of Geordie Shore but now owns a heat engineering company – for four years and admits they were surprised how soon they conceived after thinking about starting a family. ‘We didn’t think it would happen so quickly and we found out so early on.

The actress, 34, is six months’ pregnant by former Geordie Shore star Greg and the couple are clearly over the moon.Nine times out of 10, they go out of the window anyway."Jennifer, 34, and Greg, 32, are planning to raise their child in the reality star’s hometown of Newcastle, though the soap actress insists she isn’t “scared” about moving from her native Liverpool, as her beau’s parents will be on hand to help and her own mum will be visiting a lot too.The couple has decided to keep the gender of their unborn baby a secret and have a neutral-painted nursery ready, but as far as names go they’re only prepared for one sex.“For a boy’s name, we’re sorted," Jennifer shared." And it seems the laid-back couple have also adopted a 'what will be, will be' approach to the birth.Revealing she has no desire to make a birthing plan, the actress explained: "I don't have one and I don't want one! Cats and dogs do it behind couches on their own and woman do it in the middle of nowhere."We can totally picture Jennifer as an earth mother.

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