Love Island’s Jess Shears was forced to deny that she’s expecting her second child after saying she thinks there will be a “baby boom” following the coronavirus pandemic.
The TV star, who welcomed her son into the world with husband Dom Lever last year, took to social media to share a racy lingerie snap before sharing a cryptic caption alongside it.
In the snap, the brunette beauty is seen sporting an unbuttoned white shirt with black lace underwear underneath.
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The 26-year-old captioned the image: “Undressed. I predict a baby boom in about 9 months.”
Fans of the star took this as a hint that she was pregnant herself, however she was quick to hit back at the remarks.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Jess hit back: “I just thought I would come on here, my last post everyone thinks that I’m taking offence that I was asking for people to think I’m pregnant because of my caption.
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“I’m not pregnant and I didn’t expect people to think anything other than I think there’s going to be a baby boom in nine months.”
She added: “I think people are stuck at home, not able to go out, what else are they gonna be doing? So yeah, don’t get mad at me, I didn’t take offence. No hard feelings, not pregnant, but I think a lot of people will be.”
Jess and Dom welcomed their first child into the world last September, but only revealed that the child was a boy in December.
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The pair – who married in Greece in 2018 – said they felt they didn't need to announce his gender and enjoyed the "newborn bubble" after this birth.
Jess, who met Dom back on the 2017 series of Love Island, said: "It wasn't so much of a secret, people made more out of it.”
Dom, 28, added: "I think it was because they were expecting some kind of grand announcement when he was born, what his name was and stuff and I think we just weren't really fussed."
However, the couple have chosen to keep their son's name under wraps, as Jess continued to say: "I think we just enjoyed keeping it to ourselves and it's been quite nice being – like everyone talks about the 'newborn bubble' – and it is you just kind of it's just you and them and you're just getting on with your life.
She added: “We share quite a lot I feel, so I feel like we just didn't need to announce what he was, who he is whatever but yeah, we're not afraid of showing it."
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