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Katherine Ryan showed off her baby bump as she lounged poolside on Saturday.
The comedienne, who announced she was expecting her second child and first with partner Bobby Kootstra two weeks prior, looked sensational as she showed off her evolving figure in a brown bikini.
Wearing a black cap to shield her striking make-up free features from the sun, the 37 year old was clearly in the mood for fun, as she shared two snaps of herself posing.
Taking inspiration from the movie Mean Girls, Katherine captioned one image: "I'm not like a regular mom,' and captioned the second: "… I'm a pool mom!'
The Duchess star is also the mother to 11 year old daughter Violet from a previous marriage.
Katherina announced her pregnancy at the end of May while taking to the stage in London.
The blonde comic wore a tight lamé dress that clung to her growing baby bump during a live recording of her podcast Telling Everybody Everything at Kentish Town.
Katherine had recently been the subject of pregnancy rumours after appearing on TV shows wearing baggy clothes, and fans thought she showed off a hint of a baby bump in a social media post.
The star has been in a civil partnership with childhood sweetheart Bobby since 2019, and they had a non-traditional ceremony to express their love to the world.
She told the Mail: "I don't want a big occasion because of the history of it and the fact women used to belong to their fathers and then belong to their husbands and put on a white dress because they're virgins, I mean I think it's gross and I don't want to do it."
The gorgeous comic told OK! that when she met Bobby again after 20 years of separation, she "was in a position of pure comfort with being single."
They dated when she was 15 and she told the Mail: "When we were young, I was deeply in love with him. We were prom king and queen."
Keeping busy on the work front, the star of Netflix series Duchess is going on tour with her stand-up show Missus from September this year through to 2022.
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