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Mum-to-be Chantelle Houghton goes commando

The pregnant reality star reveals that no underwear is comfy on the bump

Posted: 13 April 2012
by Sophie Westnedge
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Chantelle is finding inventive ways to make her pregnancy as comfortable as possible

Pregnant Chantelle Houghton has revealed that she’s doing everything to make sure she’s comfortable during her pregnancy.

The Celebrity Big Brother contestant has taken to going commando as she finds wearing knickers uncomfortable with her expanding tummy. She is clearly sticking to her earlier claims that she doesn’t care about her pregnancy weight gain.

“I don’t wear any pants!” she told Now Magazine. “I don’t find them comfortable.”

It’s common for women to struggle with sex during pregnancy, but being heavily pregnant doesn’t seem to phase Chantelle, she has insisted that pregnant sex is great.

The reality star recently underwent a 4D scan of her unborn baby and says that it looks just like her fiancé cage-fighter Alex Reid.  The couple already know the sex of their first child and they chose to let their Twitter fans in on the baby news. Chantelle managed to conceive naturally,  despite being told that she would need the help of IVF and has already revealed her plans for the birth

It sounds like Chantelle’s found a great strategy for keeping comfy, let’s just hope that if she’s wearing a dress a gust of wind doesn’t make her do a Marilyn!

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