Pregnant Chloe Goodman looked sensational as she showed off her blossoming bump during a night out in Chigwell.
The Ex On The Beach star, who is expecting her second child with fiancé Grant Hall, slipped into a fitted black midi-dress that featured sheer panels on the side.
Chloe, who was warned by doctors about having her cervical stitch removed just 21 weeks into her pregnancy, teamed her skintight look with a pair of towering Christian Louboutin boots.
Accessorising with a bright red handbag, the reality star, 28, completed her look with a slick of bold scarlet lipstick along with glossy, sleek locks.
Chloe looked absolutely radiant as she showed off her evolving figure for her night out.
The star has been documenting her second pregnancy on Instagram and sharing sweet family snaps with her other half Grant, and their one year old daughter Isla.
Recently she praised Grant for being the "better half of her" as she wished him a happy birthday.
"Massive happy 30th birthday to the better half of me @hally_91 Thank you for giving me the greatest gifts in life, unconditional love and happiness," she wrote in the comments.
Meanwhile, Chloe recently revealed she was 'absolutely devastated' after doctors warned they would need to remove her cervical stitch just 21 weeks into her pregnancy.
The stitch was inserted in a bid to prevent preterm birth, following the removal of half her cervix when doctors found cancerous cells four years ago.
Writing to her baby at the time, Chloe said on Instagram: "I promise I'll do everything I can to get you to survival weeks my darling.
"Another operation to get through, but we've been here many times, and we will get through this one. My heart is breaking."
Chloe had a successful cervical stitch during her pregnancy with her daughter Isla.
Cervical stitches, also known as cervical cerclage, help strengthen the cervix to prevent miscarriage or preterm birth.
Chloe was able to have a stitch for a second time to support her current pregnancy.
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