Pregnant Gemma Atkinson pines for her old body as she waits for due date

There's not long left for Gemma Atkinson until she gives birth to her first child and while she waits, the expectant mum has been pining for her old body.

The radio presenter, 34, shared a throwback snap of herself in a bikini sporting a set of rock hard abs on the beach next to a similar bikini shot but with her baby bump very prominent.

Gemma made the comparison joking she had "some work to do next year" as she referred to working out following the birth of her baby with boyfriend and Strictly professional Gorka Marquez.

The ex-Emmerdale star later took to her Instagram stories to clarify that her main priority after the birth wouldn't be reaching a certain post-baby weight after she was asked what her ideal figure was.

In the initial post Gemma wrote: "Old body looking at my current body like 'Daaaaaaamn! We got some work to do next year'. Couldn’t be more proud of what my body has accomplished growing my little human.

"The changes are remarkable, especially in these last weeks. The fact my sister has done this 3 times astounds me, because I always thought I was the tough one #mumsareactuallysuperheroes"

She then added on her stories: "Been asked twice today what weight I want to ‘get down to’ after baby is born.”

Gemma added a facepalm and face with rolling eyes emoji as she continued: “Firstly, it’s the last thing on my mind, secondly…”

She then posted an image of Aquaman star Jason Momoa, 39, and joked: "My ideal weight is Jason Momoa on top of me."

Gemma has been keeping her followers updated on her pregnancy journey most recently joking she'd been scoffing pies as she compared bellies with boyfriend Gorka

The blonde beauty smiled as she looks down at her pregnant belly, and it's clear by the look on her face that she can't wait to be a mum.

Gorka, 28, pulled a silly face as he lifts up his top and pushes his stomach out in a bid to mimic his love.

Do you have a story to sell? Get in touch with us at [email protected] or call us direct 0207 29 33033

Source: Read Full Article