Lucy Mecklenburgh’s son Roman, one, is seen in a heartwarming Instagram clip running up to her bump before poking it and giggling and then showering it with kisses
Pregnant Lucy Mecklenburgh has “melted her fans hearts” after sharing an adorable clip showing her one-year-old son kissing her bump.
In the sweet Instagram video, which is accompanied by Christina Aguilera’s track – These Are The Special Times – the former Towie star is seen kneeling down with her pyjama top pulled up to reveal her abdomen.
Roman is seen running up to her bump before poking it and giggling and then showering it with kisses.
In another heartwarming moment he runs up to Lucy and she plants a kiss on his lips.
Her fans rushed to the comment section to give their approval for the clip.
One said: “Aww this made me really smile so precious.”
Another gushed: “My eyes have sprung a leak! such a beautiful boy, he’ll be a wonderful big brother.”
A third added: “Oh my heart sooo cute.”
A fourth added: “Made my heart melt, he is adorable.”
Poorly Roman was rushed to hospital earlier this year after Lucy and Ryan found he had turned blue while in his cot and was struggling to breathe.
Lucy has already revealed she needs to help Roman use an inhaler multiple times a day in order to battle the virus, and last week she shared even more details of the medications the tot is on.
Taking to Instagram over the weekend, Lucy shared a photo of collection of bottles full of medicine as well as inhalers and what looked like syringes sitting on a marbled surface.
Explaining the collection of items were for her young son, Lucy wrote alongside the snap: “Roman’s medication at the moment.”
She added: “I don’t know who hates this more me or him.”
Lucy previously opened up about the heart-stopping moment she found her baby struggling to breathe and recounted rushing him to hospital.
She told the Snot, Sweat and Tears podcast: “So I heard sort of grumbles at 3am and like I think we all do, well if they’re not sounding like it’s a big scream and they’re in pain, you think, ‘Oh well they’re just having a little dream.’
“I watched him on the monitor and he seemed fine, and at 4am something didn’t feel right.
“I watched him on the monitor and he was moving very slowly, side to side, and I thought, ‘This doesn’t feel right and I want to go and see him'” she continued.
“I think it’s in all of us and as mums we just know don’t we? Anyway, Basildon Hospital and St Mary’s in London, I just want to say a huge thank you. I was in the safest hands ever.”
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