Baby on board! Nell McAndrew reveals she is set to become a mother again showing off her pregnancy shape at Pride of Britain Awards
02:49 GMT, 30 October 2012
Earlier this month she took part in the Royal Parks half marathon but covered up in a loose fitting jumper.
And tonight Nell McAndrew revealed she is pregnant again and she debuted her baby bump on the red carpet at the Pride of Britain Awards ceremony last night.
The 38-year-old donned a tight silver dress for the occasion and showed off her growing curves outside the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Baby on board: Nell McAndrew revealed she is pregnant by showing off her bump at the Pride of Britain awards
While other guests hid under umbrellas, Nell braved the blustery weather, which left her satin dress covered in drops of rain.
The model is 20 weeks pregnant and she and husband Paul Hardcastle are expecting their newest addition to the family in March.
The pair already have a son together, six-year-old Devon.
In this week's issue of Hello! magazine Nell has revealed that she is keeping fit during her pregnancy running six miles a day and visiting the gym twice a week.
Keeping fit: The 38-year-old model, who usually runs 90 miles a week has now cut down to six miles a day
The athlete, who has a marathon personal best of two hours, 54 minutes, said: 'A lot of people say to me “Should you be doing that”They're concerned, but there's no need because my body is used to doing a lot of exercise.'
'To me it doesn't feel very much because I used to run 90 miles a week – twice what I do now.'
Although Nell has a healthy son, she suffered a tragedy with her first pregnancy.
In 2005 just days after she had taken part in the Great North Run Nell found out that her baby had amniotic band disorder.
Growing family: Nell already has a son Devon with her husband
Nell had told Sue Barker about the pregnancy just moments before starting the race.
Speaking about the incident she said: 'I told everyone a week before the three-month mark and I shouldn't have said anything. But I was just so happy that I couldn't keep the news to myself.'