Laura Anderson asks fans if pregnancy symptom is normal: Its not funny anymore

Love Island star Laura Anderson opened up about the unpleasant pregnancy symptoms she is experiencing in an honest Instagram post.

The 34-year-old, who is expecting a baby girl next month, revealed that she is now in 'so much pain' and asked her fans for reassurance.

Speaking on her Instagram stories, the TV personality showed off her bleeding gums, sharing that she also feels like her belly button is ripping and is suffering from a sore pelvic bone.

Speaking to the camera, she said: "I've got so much pain in my below button. Is that normal? Like around that bit [pointing]. It feels like it's ripping. It's not funny anymore.

"My gum's bleeding! My gum is always bleeding. Apparently, this is a pregnancy thing as well.

"Also, you know your undercarriage? There are bones on either side, and they're really sore. I think it's attached to your pelvis.

"I don't know if that's normal. I don't know if they're like widening? It's just a lot.

"I feel like at this stage it's just a lot of pain, and I'm sat here with like 25 cushions."

Laura is getting ready to embrace life as a single mum after she confirmed her split from her baby's father, former EastEnders star Gary Lucy, 41, around the same time as she announced she was expecting.

Laura exclusively shared her birth plan with Ok!, revealing that she wants her mum to be present in the room while she gives birth.

Speaking in her weekly pregnancy column with OK!, Laura said: "I will definitely have my mum in the labour room with me when I give birth, but it's such a long process that I might have my friends coming and going.

"Gary is welcome to come, too, if he wants to be there, so I am just going to play everything by ear.

The Celebs Go Dating star also explained why she has chosen to give birth with the NHS rather than going private, saying: "I'm just trying to be really positive about my birth plan, as I am doing it with the NHS.

"When you go private, you can choose things, and you're definitely going to get your own room, but with the NHS, sometimes it is a little bit about your luck.

"And because I really want to use the birthing pools, you don't know if it's going to be available, so you have to be open-minded and know you might not get exactly what you want."

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