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The winner of Pop Idol back in 2003, Michelle McManus, gave followers a rare glimpse of herself as she shared snaps of herself getting ready to celebrate a friend’s wedding.
The 41-year-old musician looked glamorous as she beamed in the pictures shared with her 10.2k followers.
Michelle posted a selection of pictures, the first of herself ready for the wedding with her red hair styled in a wavy blow dry with a black hair band with white pearls.
She wore a pink polka dot long cross over dress from Asos.
She also shared happy snaps of herself and husband Jeff Nimmo enjoying the special day.
She captioned the pictures: “ What a gorgeous night celebrating the wedding of our lovely friends Thank you as always to @taylorfergusonhair and the team for my lovely locks @jnim86#wedding#love#plussizefashion#asosdress#asoscurve
Fans took to Instagram to say how good the Scottish musician looked with one saying: “beautiful” with a red heart emoji.
Another said: “You look sensational” while a third added: “You look amazing love your dress.”
The mum of one also shared a close up shot of her make up for the day. She wore eyelash extensions and had pink blusher on her cheeks and a bright pink lipstick.
She captioned the picture: “Wearing actual make up!!!”
Michelle and Jeff are parents to 18 month old son Harry and the musician spoke out last year about her ‘challenging’ pregnancy due to diabetes.
The Pop Idol star shared a gorgeous picture of herself cradling her newborn son after she gave birth, as she sweetly gazes down at the little boy, who is wrapped up warmly in a knitted blanket.
Michelle shared the candid post-birth snap as she thanked NHS workers for the incredible care she received during her pregnancy and during her labour, as she called giving birth to her little boy “the most incredible experiences of my life so far.”
In her caption, Michelle wrote on Instagram: “Myself and @jnim86 will never be able to thank the staff at the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital in Glasgow for the care and attention they’ve given us over the last 9 months to ensure our darling son was delivered safely into the world.
"As a type 1 diabetic my pregnancy was to be a little more challenging but thanks to the constant support from the phenomenal Diabetic and Obstetrics teams at the Princess Royal I sailed through it with no complications, something I could never have done on my own.
"When it came time for me to go into hospital to deliver my wee baby boy I was placed in the care of the staff from wards 71-73. From the minute I arrived it was made clear to me what safe hands we were in and the level of attention and round the clock care that was given to all of us in the wards will stay with me for the rest of my life.”
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