Brian McFadden shares gallery of his pregnant fiancée Danielle Parkinson's 'miracle' baby bump after fertility struggle

BRIAN McFadden shared a gallery of his pregnant fiancée Danielle Parkinson's "miracle" baby bump after their fertility struggle.

The ex Westlife Singer, 40, revealed he was expecting a baby girl following years of fertility struggles with his other half, 39.

Brian shared a side-by-side pics of Danielle – who is 28 weeks pregnant -throughout her pregnancy, showing how big the baby bump has gotten.

The first is Danielle in a bikini with a relatively flat stomach.

The next is her in pyjamas at Christmas, with the bump starting to grow further.

Another bikini shot shows the bump growing bigger, then the next she's really starting to show while wearing matching black underwear.

In the last, Danielle has donned pink trousers with a white sports bra, with the baby bulging out.

Brian captioned the images: "Beautiful @daniparky with minimac growing bigger every month."

Brian is already dad to Molly, 19, and Lilly-Sue, 18, with his ex-wife Kerry Katona.

PE teacher Danielle suffered two devastating before announcing her pregnancy last year.

Ex-Westlife singer Brian and his other half Dani had been undergoing IVF treatment to conceive and were successful on their third attempt.

The pair opened up about their experiences when speaking with Naturopath Dr Simone Laubscher on an Instagram Live chat.

Danielle said: "I studied sports science at uni, I was a fitness instructor, I taught PE for 13 years.

"I've always been surrounded by being healthy, fit and strong, so it's weird to think you can do that your whole life and you think you're in the perfect shape and you're hit with the brick wall and your body isn't able to do this.

"That first 12 weeks I was absolutely shattered and I can't explain it, I was taking it easy. For me not having any energy was tough."

Danielle added: "Myself and Brian have been together for four and a half years now. A year into our relationship we decided to start trying for a baby, without thinking too much about it, just the odd ovulation test here and there.''

"After a year and a half we realised we may need some help. We made an appointment with our doctor to start the IVFprocess about two years ago.

"We were told all the worst news, given worst-case scenarios but you just have to keep going and trying everything you can.

"Getting your body and your head in the best physical health is the most important thing… if it's something you really want you've just got to throw everything at it."

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