Stacey Solomon fans convinced they know gender of baby after ‘clues’ in baby scan photo
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Stacey Solomon’s eagle-eyed fans are convinced she’s set to welcome a baby girl into the world after the pregnant star shared a scan photo online.
The Loose Women star, who is pregnant with her fourth child, announced earlier this week that she’s expecting her second child with fiancé Joe Swash.
As Stacey is a proud mum to three boys and one step-son, fans are now convinced that a little girl is on the way.
The 31 year old took to Instagram to share a scan photo as she asked fans to guess the baby gender as she held it up to her stomach.
Stacey wrote: “Soooo many of you saying you can tell if it's a boy or girl from the scan photo. I think they all look the same but here it is.
“I love hearing and reading stuff like this, I'm obsessed.”
Stacey’s poll ended up with a high percentage of fans thinking that she is having a little girl.
Several mums-to-be reckon you can guess your baby’s gender through your 12 week scan in something called The Nub Theory, based on the angle of their genital tubercle. All babies have a genital tubercle or ‘nub’ that develops between 11-13 weeks.
According to GoodtoKnow, “the angle of the nub will indicate whether a baby is a boy or girl. It’s said that if the nub is over 30 degrees up from the spine, it’s a boy. However, if it’s under that, then it’s a girl.”
A psychic who has previously predicted two of Stacey's pregnancies also revealed that her new baby will be born a girl in unearthed footage.
The psychic appeared on Loose Women back in 2017, telling Stacey that she will have another baby and a ring on her finger.
In unearthed footage from the ITV daytime show, Stacey's engagement and pregnancy were predicted by psychic Sally Cudmore.
Sally told Stacey on the show: "I am going to your stomach area. I know you are a little bit hesitant. I can see pink for a girl around you. A pregnancy…"
Stacey was taken aback and replied: "No, no, no."
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