The 26-year-old looked lovely in a form-fitting grey knitted dress which had a thigh-split at the side and a tie which sat just above her bump.
She teamed the number with a pair of snakeskin knee-high boots as she headed out into the sunshine.
Exciting times: Pregnant Chloe Goodman dressed up her bump in a form-fitting dress on Wednesday as she headed to the hospital for her final check-up
Chloe’s baby, with footballer Grant Hall, is due any day now and she has been mostly staying at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking to Instagram Stories before leaving the house, Chloe explained that she had decided to put a little effort into her ensemble that day.
Looking as though she had the perfect blow-dry, she wrote: ‘Having a dress up day. Fed up of looking and feeling like a slob.
Staying safe: Chloe’s baby, with footballer Grant Hall, is due any day now and she has been mostly staying at home amid the coronavirus pandemi
Dressing up: Chloe shared this post on Instagram Stories as she explained how she was feeling
‘Last check-up before little princess arrives.’
She also revealed she had been able to enjoy her first bath in seven months, after having her cervical stitch removed in preparation for labour.
A cervical stitch is a common treatment for pregnant woman who have had previous cervical surgery.
If the cervix is getting shorter in early pregnancy, women may be offered a cervical stitch (also known as a cerclage or cervical suture) with the aim of keeping the cervix closed during pregnancy.
Cute couple: This is Chloe’s first child with her footballer fiancé Grant Hall (pictured at their gender reveal party earlier this year)
Chloe had half her cervix removed in 2018, telling her fans in an emotional video posted in November that ‘my surgeon did tell me it would cause me to have problems with having a baby.’
She explained: ‘Now even if you’ve just had the loop or even if you’re just normally pregnant, you’ve got no previous thought for why your cervix is weak, or anything like that, when you get your three month scan do yourself a favour and ask them to measure your cervix.’
In September, Chloe revealed she had accelerated her baby plans after suffering a cancer scare following a routine smear test last year, and she is now thrilled ‘everything has fallen into place’.
BlShe had also shared that she had been able to enjoy her first bath in seven months after having her cervical stitch removed
WHAT IS A CERVICAL STITCH?
A possible cause of giving birth early is because the cervix shortens and opens too soon. A cervical stitch may help to prevent this.
It’s placed around the cervix – the neck of the womb – usually between 12 and 24 weeks of pregnancy, although occasionally it may be done at later stages in pregnancy.
Babies born earlier than the 37 completed weeks of pregnancy have an increased risk of short and long term health problems.
Sometimes a cervical stitch is not advised because it may carry risks to you and it would not improve the outcome for the baby.
This may be if there are signs of infection, vaginal bleeding, the woman is having contractions or the waters are already broken.
There is no definite evidence to show that a cervical stitch will prevent an early labour if the mother is carrying more than one baby.