Beth Tweddle shows of baby bump as she glows on red carpet for SPOTY 2018

Beth Tweddle shows of baby bump as she glows on red carpet for SPOTY 2018

Beth Tweddle has brought along someone very special to make their debut on the red carpet.

Her baby.

The gymnast announced she was pregnant with her first child with husband Andy Allen just four days ago, as the pair posted a cute snap to Instagram.

And now her baby is making his or her red carpet debut before their birthday has even arrived.

Beth looks dazzling in a subtle yet refined colour scheme as her navy striped dress has dashes of white, black and burgundy.

Her baby pink clutch perfectly shows off her wedding ring – which she’s only been wearing since June – as the dress’s trumpet midi sleeves and above-the-knee cut perfectly shows off her assets.

Andy is dressed perfectly to match, with a burgundy tie against his steely grey suit.

The Insta snap which revealed the pair’s bundlf of joy showed the couple’s Christmas tree with lots of shiny presents nestled underneath it.

And, on a board propped up next to the tree, she’d written: "Our greatest gift is due to be unwrapped May 2019."

She also tweeted to her followers: "Really excited to share the news that Andy and I are expecting our first child in May 2019."

Beth and her hubby married in a lavish ceremony in June this year, after getting engaged in Brazil at the Rio Olympics 2016.

The couple had been together for two years before tying the knot.

Their happy day came after a gruelling two years of recovery after Beth seriously injured herself on Channel 4’s The Jump.

In 2016 she was left unable to walk or shower after smashing into barriers during her ski training, forcing her to relearn how to dress after breaking two vertebrae in her neck.

But the athlete said her wedding day was the start of a new chapter, although she still wasn’t fully recovered from her ordeal.

"There are still moments where I’ll do something and it hits home that it happened. I’m not 100 per cent better yet, physically or mentally," she said in the summer.

"It’s like we’re opening up a new book. We’re excited about the future and have loads to look forward to," she said.

"We’re ambitious, love to travel and we’re still bedding into our new house… and we’d love a family so who knows. Watch this space!"

SPOTY starts tonight at 7pm on BBC1.

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