Oops: Hayley Tamaddon accidentally reveals sex of her baby

Actress Hayley Tamaddon has accidentally revealed the gender of her baby. The mum-to-be let the information slip during an appearance on the Lorraine show this morning.

Hayley is expecting her first child with her fiancé Adrian.

There’s no doubt the doting pair are beyond excited by the pending arrival of their baby, so much so that Hayley couldn’t help but share they’re expecting a baby boy.

When host Lorraine asked her to come back on the show after her baby was born, the actress said: “I’ll bring him…or her..I think I just gave away what it is.”

During the interview, the former Emmerdale star also shared that she suffered a miscarriage last year.

She commented: “I’ve read there’s only a five per cent chance after 40, per month, that a woman can get pregnant and the risk of miscarriage increases massively.

“Sadly we did go through that but what that taught me was I could get pregnant, I can do it.”

Hayley has had quite the whirlwind year so far. Not only did she confirm her pregnancy but she also announced that Adrian popped the question earlier this month.

The Coronation Street star’s long-term partner Adrian got down on one knee and asked the actress to marry him.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Hayley confirmed the news on Twitter by posting a photo of her showing off her engagement ring.

The Dancing On Ice contestant looked as happy as ever as she showed off her beautiful ring.

She tweeted: “HE PROPOSED...I said YES!!!! This year is turning out to be quite wonderful.”

2019 is certainly shaping out to be quite the incredible year for Hayley.

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