She is counting down the weeks until she welcomes her first child with her husband James Haskhell.
And the TV personality, 35, spoke candidly about her pregnancy in a Q&A session on her Instagram Stories on Monday evening.
Chloe admitted that she ‘couldn’t care less’ about her pregnancy weight gain and urged other expectant mothers to ‘get off the scales’ and focus on staying healthy.
Weight: Chloe Madeley spoke candidly about her pregnancy in a Q&A session on her Instagram Stories on Monday evening
She said she had gained 8kg during her pregnancy but said she instead focuses on eating and sleeping well, and staying hydrated.
When asked about her weight gain, she said: ‘I last weighed myself at 35 weeks and I’d gained exactly 8kg/17lbs. I honestly couldn’t care less about my weight.
‘I’m focused on staying active, even if just lightly active, eating healthy with some daily indulgences, hydration, and getting as much sleep as possible.
‘I think get off the scales and do the same, that’s all that matters.’
Candid: Chloe admitted that she ‘couldn’t care less’ about her pregnancy weight gain and urged other expectant mothers to ‘get off the scales’ and focus on staying healthy
Another of her 250,000 followers asked her what creams she uses to prevent stretch marks, to which Chloe responded that she uses Bio Oil but stressed that stretch marks are ‘largely genetic’.
‘I’ve just been using Bio Oil every day/night, but I’ll be honest, if you’re going to get stretch marks, you’re going to get stretch marks, it’s largely genetic,’ she added.
Elsewhere in the Q&A, Chloe was asked about whether she has been feeling nervous ahead of her due date at the beginning of August.
The daughter of Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan said she is ‘beyond excited’ about welcoming her first child, but admitted that she does feel nervous about leaving her old life behind.
Healthy: She said she had gained 8kg during her pregnancy but said she instead focuses on eating and sleeping well, and staying hydrated
Products: Another of her followers asked her what cream she uses to prevent stretch marks, to which Chloe said she uses Bio Oil but stressed that stretch marks are ‘largely genetic’
She explained: ‘99.9% of the time I am beyond excited for the next chapter, both the childbirth and the newborn experiences. My brain can’t really compute beyond that yet tbh.
‘But I won’t lie, there’s also the ODD moment where I wonder if the life I have built for myself, a life I LOVE, is now ruined, never to return again.
‘Sorry if that offends anyone but it’s the truth and I know A LOT of women can relate to that fear, which I actually think is a good sign re what you’ve achieved as an independent woman in your own right.’
The TV presenter also revealed that she has loved her ‘wild pregnancy journey, adding: ‘What a MAD journey to go on! Me, my body, my little chubby chubster inside it and my partner, all embarking on a brand new adventure together. I never say this, but… it’s been WILD it really has, though!’
Nerves: The daughter of Richard and Judy said she is ‘beyond excited’ about welcoming her first child, but admitted that she does feel nervous about leaving her old life behind
Expecting: The TV presenter also revealed that she has loved her ‘wild pregnancy journey’ as she counts down the weeks until her due date
It comes after Chloe showcased her growing baby bump in a navy blue polka dot bikini while battling the sweltering British heatwave on Sunday ahead of her impending due date.
She rocked a navy two-piece with white spots on as she hid behind a pair of dark sunglasses while hydrating.
Chloe looked completely relaxed as she held up a glass to the camera while sporting a white scrunchie on her wrist.
The mother-to-be showcased her natural beauty while leaving her blonde tresses relaxed.
Chloe, the daughter of TV presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, kept her feet up as she soaked up the sun next to a table which she folded her denim shorts on.
She’s glowing: It comes after Chloe explained that her body had struggled to adjust in the early months to her pregnancy
Chloe and former England Rugby Union player James, 37, both shared the sweet snap to their social media accounts.
The blonde beauty opted for a simple sunshine emoji caption, while James wrote: ‘The Queen doing Queen things!’
Recently Chloe explained that her body had struggled to adjust in the early months to her pregnancy.
She revealed in an Instagram post that she found herself fainting on public transport and admitting she now finds it ‘intensely overwhelming’ to be left alone.
Family: Chloe, the daughter of TV presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, revealed she found herself fainting on public transport
In the photo, Chloe sported a polka dot sports bra and white shorts as she shared ‘things I’ve learned in my third trimester’.
The fitness lover looked radiant as she listed several of her experiences going through pregnancy over the last couple of months, including feeling ‘intensely overwhelmed’ whenever she’s left alone, and feeling ‘uncomfortable’ when walking.
She wrote alongside a snap which saw her posing in the mirror: ‘Things I’ve learned in my third trimester… these experiences are my own, every single woman, body and pregnancy is entirely different.
‘Walking is actually more uncomfortable than lifting weights.’
She continued: ‘I wish I’d taken the first sniff of dropping iron levels more seriously, and overhauled my diet and supplements / medication approach, instead of thinking some Spatone and vitamin C in the morning would sort me right out.
‘If I had, I would have avoided a lot of scary moments like fainting on / in various modes of transport, and generally feeling like I can’t breathe, as well as looking like a goth.
‘Being left alone in your third trimester feels intensely overwhelming. It’s okay to come off social media and refocus your priorities.’
Parents to be: The fitness enthusiast is expecting her first child with her husband James Haskell
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