Nicola Adams pregnant girlfriend Ella Baig displays growing baby bump in cut-out dress

Nicola Adams' pregnant girlfriend Ella Baig showed off her growing baby bump in a cut-out mini dress as the pair attended the Lightyear premiere in London on Monday.

The 24 year old is currently expecting her first child with Nicola, 39. The couple delightedly announced that they're set to become parents in February, and recently revealed that they are having a baby boy.

Ella and Nicola made a stylish entrance along at Cineworld Leicester Square event, with Ella wearing a black form-fitting dress with long sleeves and wide cut-out panels across the stomach area, revealing her expanding tummy.

The model looked stunning as she cradled her baby bump and complemented her outfit with a pair of black strappy heeled sandals and dark smoky eyeshadow, and had her blonde hair styled in a sleek flicked out bob.

Right by Ella’s side was girlfriend Nicola, who looked dapper dressed in a white and navy blue double-breasted checked suit with a matching shirt worn underneath paired with black boots.

The sports star placed her hand on Ella’s baby bump as the pair looked lovingly at each other before heading inside to catch the Toy Story spin-off film.

The couple have been together for four years and shared the news that they are expecting this year after three IVF cycles using Nicola’s eggs, with one failed attempt and one miscarriage.

“We’re so excited to announce that our family is expanding,” Ella and Nicola captioned their post at the time.

“After what feels like a lifetime, we can finally say we’re going to be parents! We’re so excited to share this magical journey with you all, the ups, the downs everything in between. Welcome to the world little one.”

The couple have been open about their difficult journey in trying to conceive, which began in 2019. They've faced more challenges since Ella became pregnant, with cruel trolls saying their unborn child is “biologically impossible”.

Last month, Ella responded: “See lots of comments about how this isn't 'our' child because that's 'biologically' impossible and we're not the parents… we all know that we couldn't have done this without medical intervention, trust me I know.

“But it makes me think this is why there's such an issue surrounding IVF and fertility because people are so cruel. Just because a child isn't biologically yours and wasn't created 'naturally' that doesn't mean it's not your child!

"Why can't people just be happy knowing the child will be loved and was wanted."

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