Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor expecting a baby girl next year: ‘I feel very lucky’


and husband are expecting their first youngster.

The couple, former stars of Made In Chelsea, will welcome a baby girl in May next 12 months, Millie has revealed.

She introduced the comfortable information in a photoshoot for Hello! posing with her fingers cradling her rising bump.

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Millie, who’s 14 weeks pregnant, stated: ‘Hearing her heartbeat for the primary time with Hugo by my facet was one of the vital wonderful moments of my life up to now.

‘I feel very lucky. I can’t wait to feel that bond and for her to sleep on my chest and breathe in that baby odor.’

She added that she would have been ‘delighted’ to have a boy or a girl, however when she discovered the intercourse of her baby she realised ‘this is what I really wanted’.

Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor
The couple have been married since 2018 (Picture: Getty)

Millie and Hugo have been getting help from fellow former Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews and his spouse Vogue Williams.



Spencer and Vogue let their buddies babysit son Theodore to allow them to get some parenting observe in.

Millie and Hugo wed in July 2018 at Whithurst Park in West Sussex.


They bought engaged the 12 months earlier than whereas on a luxurious journey to Mykonos to have a good time Millie’s 28th birthday.

The parents-to-be beforehand dated on and off in 2011, splitting when Hugo cheated on Millie with fellow Made In Chelsea star Rosie Fortescue.

They rekindled their romance in 2016 following Millie’s break up from husband Professor Green.

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