Rebecca Adlington looks radiant as she cradles her blossoming baby bump

Rebecca Adlington looks radiant as she cradles her blossoming baby bump in a sweet floral wrap dress

By Emily Webber For Mailonline

Published: 17:44 BST, 20 September 2020 | Updated: 17:49 BST, 20 September 2020

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She recently announced she was expecting her second child. 

And Rebecca Adlington looked every inch the glowing mum-to-be as she posed with her blossoming baby bump on Sunday. 

The Olympic swimmer, 31, appeared radiant as she cradled her growing bump in a sweet floral wrap dress for her Instagram. 

Sweet: Rebecca Adlington looked every inch the glowing mum-to-be as she posed with her blossoming baby bump on Sunday

Sweet: Rebecca Adlington looked every inch the glowing mum-to-be as she posed with her blossoming baby bump on Sunday

Expecting: The athlete, who is also mum to daughter Summer, five, was every inch the natural beauty as she posed for the snap, captioned: 'Bumping along nicely. 17 weeks'

Expecting: The athlete, who is also mum to daughter Summer, five, was every inch the natural as she posed for the snap, captioned: 'Bumping along nicely. 17 weeks'

The athlete, who is also mum to daughter Summer, five, was every inch the natural as she posed for the snap, captioned: 'Bumping along nicely. 17 weeks.' 

Styling her sleek blonde locks into a side parting, Rebecca accentuated her sun-kissed glow with a hint of pink gloss and a flick of mascara on her fluttery eyelashes. 

The award-winning swimmer opted for minimal jewellery and wore a fitness tracker with a purple strap on her wrist. 

Big news: Rebecca announced she was pregnant with her second child earlier this month, in a sweet snap shared to Instagram with her daughter Summer, five, and her boyfriend Andrew Parsons

Big news: Rebecca announced she was pregnant with her second child earlier this month, in a sweet snap shared to Instagram with her daughter Summer, five, and her boyfriend Andrew Parsons

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