TOWIE star Jessica Wright gives tour of stunning nursery ahead of giving birth

Former The Only Way is Essex star Jessica Wright is currently pregnant with her first child and took to social media to share a series of images from inside the baby’s ‘beautiful’ new nursery

TOWIE star Jess Wright has shared beautiful images from inside her baby’s new nursery (Image: jesswright77/Instagram)ByJess Flaherty

  • 14:45, 13 May 2022
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Jessica Wright has given fans a peek inside her stunning new nursery.

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The former The Only Way is Essex star is currently nine months pregnant with her first baby – a boy – due imminently.

The expectant mum took to social media to share a carousel of images from inside her child's nursery with her 1.5million Instagram followers.

The beautiful pictures showcase the room, kitted out in a tranquil, neutral decor with 'greige' walls complete with intricate panelling adding style and texture.

Jessica Wright cradled her baby bump in gorgeous photos from the new nursery
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Jess sported a ribbed loungewear set from Zara in the sweet images
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Above a white and neutral coloured cot is a large framed illustration of a rabbit, which ties in with multiple soft toys lining the crib. There's adorable bears, rabbits and sheep all in co-ordinating tones of brown, grey and cream.

The cot is bookended by sumptuous nude coloured suede, with a grey Dior blanket folded over the end in one photo.

Towards the back of the room, there's large white changing unit complete with natural wooden drawer handles which compliment the neutral décor. Above it, decorative hot air balloons hang from the ceiling.

There's also a number of neutral baskets placed on the floor, each with handy supplies inside.

Jess Wright's "beautiful" nursery has been styled in neutral colours
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Jess Wright's cot is bookended in sumptuous grey suede while the reality star has styled it with plush soft toys and a Dior blanket
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In the first image posted to the hit social media platform, Jessica, 36, sports a ribbed white loungewear set from high street favourite Zara, while proudly cradling her bump. She captioned the pictures: "Nursery is ready for you baby boy & so are we

"I love interiors, so what’s more exciting than the project of designing our baby’s nursery. I started by panelling the walls & choosing our colour scheme which as you can see, is neutrals

"The cot I saw on @rowenhomes & loved with the nude suede ends & gold rope detailing aswell as their hot air balloons, lovely baskets & bunny frame & bow".

The pictures racked up more than 55K likes in less than 24 hours. Fans of the reality star shared their thoughts in the comments section.

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Fellow TOWIE alum Samantha Faiers said: "Aww it looks gorgeous Jess and so do you", while Georgia Kousoulou simply said: "So cute".

One fan commented: "Absolutely beautiful". Another added: "Your nursery is beautiful".

Recently, the first-time mum revealed she's been suffering from a debilitating condition in her third trimester.

Jess Wright pictured at her lavish baby shower, with sister Natalya and sister-in-law Michelle Keegan
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Prior to her lavish baby shower at the top of The Shard in London, the star confirmed she is battling pelvic girdle pain, also known as Symphisis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD).

Although it isn’t harmful to the baby, it causes uncomfortable symptoms caused by stiff joints which makes it painful to get around.

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