Stephanie Davis is going on a "babymoon".
The former 'Hollyoaks' actress - who is in the second trimester of her pregnancy - has been shopping ahead of jetting off on holiday for the final time before she gives birth to her baby boy.
She tweeted: "Pretty Bikinis ordered for my holidays
"8 days.. And counting
"Busy week Babymoon (sic)"
But the 23-year-old star - whose former boyfriend Jeremy McConnell is believed to be the father of her baby - is also finding the time to take it easy and is making sure she gets plenty of rest.
She posted on Wednesday (14.09.16) evening: "Film time and bed early for me and my baby boy
"Watching Monsters Inc
"All snug Sweet Dreams All Life Is Good!! (sic)"
Stephanie recently admitted the pressure of the baby on her bladder has left her needing the loo a lot.
Taking to her Twitter account, she said: "I'm running to the toilet because in weeing every 10 minutes (sic)."
Despite having to urinate frequently, battling with morning sickness and dealing with extreme headaches, the brunette beauty is thoroughly enjoying her pregnancy and can't wait to meet her "little prince" early next year.
And the brunette beauty is so excited about her little bundle of joy that she recently paid to get a scan in 4D of him.
Posting a picture of the adorable scan, she wrote: "My beautiful son ahhh mummy loves youuuu too excited! Can't wait to get in bed,play music to him and feel him (sic)."
Meanwhile, Stephanie had her heart set on naming her son Albi - a tribute to her late grandfather Albert - but has now decided to change the moniker to something a bit "different."
She said recently: "I've picked my boy's name! It's not Albi but that will definitely be a middle name.
I'm going to keep it a secret for now but I will say it's something different - I've not heard it before! It's like a movie star name.
"We got it when I was getting chatted up with my friends recently and he said his name when he left - we just all looked at each other and knew, so thanks to him!
"My mum loves it but my brother weren't so sure to start with - but I think they want a proper lad's name."
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