By Sara-aisha Kent For Mailonline
Published: 19:49 BST, 21 July 2019 | Updated: 19:49 BST, 21 July 2019
She is set to welcome her third child, which will be her first with partner Simon Motson.
And Myleene Klass is desperate to give birth and has turned to an old wives tale of eating a spicy curry in hope of self-inducing labour to welcome her baby boy.
The radio presenter, 41, told fans she visited a restaurant offering hot Indian cuisine in a short clip she posted to her Instagram story on Saturday night.
Spice, spice, baby: Myleene Klass is desperate to give birth and has turned to old wives tale of eating a spicy curry in hope of self-inducing labour
She simply showed the menu that featured traditional curry dishes such as chicken tikka, lamb bhuna and daal and typed alongside the choices: 'Hope it's spicy! Baby out!'
Spicy food is often suggested to be eaten by expectant mothers who wish to induce labour once their due date has passed - however there is no scientific research backing the theory and it is thought to be a pregnancy myth.
The thoughts behind it working is that spicy food stimulates the gut which can lead to the womb also being stimulated which can begin labour.
Myleene recently admitted she's feeling 'ginormous' as she approaches her due date and how lucky she feels to have met her partner Simon