Helen Flanagan fans petrified as they spot ghost hand patting her baby in snap

Helen Flanagan was out celebrating her birthday with her adorable new baby boy this week – until things took a spooky turn.

The 31-year-old actress shared a sweet snap of her cuddling baby Charlie and planting a kiss on his head.

However, fans were quick to point out there was something a bit…phantom about the picture.

A strange, ghostly hand seemed to be patting the infant on the back.

It almost appears as if there is another hand under Helen’s.

While fans agreed that the image of her cradling her newborn son was perfect, the effect was somewhat ruined by the offending ghost hand.

One said: "Lovely picture and not to creep you out but there looks like a second pair of fingers with red painted nails just underneath yours holding your baby boy."

A second wrote: "Something very weird about that hand… can’t see red nail but definitely another hand."

A third chipped in with: "I think she's been patting his back as the photo was taken so it's just the motion of her hand caught making it look like there's a second hand."

Otherworldly musings aside, it’s clear it was some odd trick of the light and Helen still looked fabulous during her fabulous lunch out at San Carlo in Machester.

She is also mum to Helen to Matilda, six, and Delilah, three, with her footballer husband Scott Sinclair.

Helen previously opened up about the extreme morning sickness she suffered from while pregnant – hyperemesis gravidarum.

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She said it was so severe that she had to stay with her parents for "three or four months" and that even daylight and watching TV made her ill.

No medication could make her feel better and Helen said: 'It got worse with each pregnancy. It was worth everything but it was horrendous."

When asked if she would have another baby, she told Loose Women "not for a very long time" as the hyperemesis gravidarum would mean she couldn't look after her three children properly.

Helen added: "I love having babies but when I think of the hyperemesis, I couldn’t have another for a very long time because I wouldn’t be able to look after them, my poor mum would be looking after everyone."

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