She is expecting her second child with husband Nathan Massey.
The Love Island winner, 26, shared a throwback snap of herself in a swimsuit from her family holiday in the Virgin Islands last month.
Cara De La Hoyde showed off her blossoming bump as she took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a throwback swimsuit snap from her holiday in the Virgin Islands last month
Cara nailed maternity chic in the plunging striped swimsuit, which teased a glimpse of her pregnancy curves
She captioned the snap: ‘Tbh I just want to be here right now Anyone else?’.
In another snap, Cara showed off her bump in a blush pink crop top and matching leggings.
Bumping along: In another snap, Cara showed off her bump in a blush pink crop top and matching leggings
It comes after the star revealed she was struggling during the global pandemic.
In a candid post to her followers, Cara confessed she feels like she’s missing out on all the best bits of her pregnancy and keeps forgetting she’s got another child on the way in the midst of all of her other worries.
Cara – who also has two-year-old son Freddie-George with Nathan – said: ‘I still keep forgetting that we’ve got another one on the way, and to be honest with you all I’m really not enjoying this pregnancy.
Expanding their family: Cara and Nathan have been detailing her pregnancy so far on her Instagram account
‘It’s probably something that I shouldn’t say out loud but I just wanted to let any other mums to be if their feeling the same way that I am too.
‘I’m sure the mumsbrigade will moan & tell me not to be selfish and I’m lucky to be having and baby and that there is a global crisis going on.
‘And I agree with all the statements but it’s not taking away from the fact that I feel robbed of being able to enjoy this amazing time with my family & friends.
‘Nothing I or anyone can do, just the way it is but thanks for listening & hopefully we might be free again by the time this one is nearly making an appearance’.
The TV star’s followers confessed they had also been experiencing the same thing, missing their families and celebrating major landmarks with their friends.
Family unit: The Love Island 2016 winner, who is expecting her second child with husband Nathan Massey, is in lockdown with the carpenter and their son Freddie-George, two