14/08/2014 12:46 BST | Updated 22/05/2015 06:12 BST

'So Uncomfortable!' Ex-Atomic Kitten Jenny Frost Tweets Photo Of Her Huge Twin Baby Bump

'So uncomfortable!' Ex-Atomic Kitten Jenny Frost Tweets photo of her huge twins' baby bump

Ex-Atomic Kitten singer Jenny Frost has Tweeted a photo of her gi-normous twin baby bump and the message: "So uncomfortable."

Which looks like the understatement of the year from where we're sitting!

The 34-year-old TV presenter showed off her huge belly in a candid Twitter photo on Wednesday as she admitted she had had a 'little scare' earlier that day.

However, after a visit to the doctor, she reassured her 90,000 followers that all was fine.

She wrote: "Had a little scare today but been to the Drs & all super ok!! Thank you Angels x #gettingbiggerbytheminute."

Snog, Marry, Avoid presenter Jenny and her Spanish scuba diver husband Vicente 'Vinnie' Juan Spiteri are expecting twin non-identical girls next month. The couple wed at their Ibiza home in August 2011 after a whirlwind courtship.

In her pregnancy blog for the NHS website, Jenny admitted she was told by her doctor she may have to have a caesarean section.

She wrote last week: "I went for an ultrasound scan this week. The girls now weigh about 3lb 7oz (about 1.5 kilos) each. Both are head up and looking, as the doctor said, 'a little too comfy and unlikely to turn'.

"So it seems I'm heading for a caesarean section, which I really didn't want. The doctor said they'll confirm one way or the other at 35 weeks, which is three weeks away. Fingers crossed for some baby gymnastics from the girls!"

She also admitted her belly button recently becoming an 'outie' as her belly expanded had filled her with 'fear and loathing'.

She wrote: "I hate it. It actually makes me feel really nauseous. So as you can imagine, I can't touch it myself – let alone anyone else. But when you're pregnant, people think it's ok to rub your tummy. It's not! I am not a buddha. Rubbing my tummy will not bring you good luck."

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