She’s expecting her second child with her football manager partner Brian Barry-Murphy.
And Sarah-Jane Crawford looked radiant as she took to the black carpet at the TRIC Awards in a leopard print V-neck dress on Wednesday night.
The TV and radio presenter, 39, beamed as she posed in the puff-sleeved dress that she’d paired with chic black strappy stillettos.
Chic: Sarah Jane Crawford looked radiant as she took to the black carpet at the TRIC Awards in a leopard print V-neck dress on Wednesday night
Sarah-Jane looked effortlessly chic in the maxi dress as she posed for cameras while cradling her burgeoning baby bump.
The TV star accessorised with a dainty silver chain necklace and otherwise let the animal print ensemble speak for itself.
She posed in front of the camera after accentuating her features with a slick of lipgloss and lashings of mascara.
Sarah-Jane announced she was pregnant in July, just 11 months after welcoming her first child Summer.
The TV and radio presenter, 39, beamed as she posed in the puff-sleeved dress and cradled her burgeoning baby bump
The TV and radio presenter and her partner Brian welcomed their daughter Summer last August.
Yet amid concerns over her levels of fertility, the former Radio 1Xtra decided to start trying for another baby soon afterwards.
She told Hello! magazine: ‘It’s one of those things that’s a little bit surreal. I never thought I’d have one baby, let alone two.’
Sarah-Jane, who suffered a miscarriage before she got pregnant with Summer and was advised she may need IVF to have children, said she was up for the challenge of having two youngsters so close together in age.
Cute family: Sarah-Jane and Brian already have a daughter, Summer, who was born last August and announced their second preganancy 11 months later
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Struggles: Sarah-Jane suffered a miscarriage before she got pregnant with Summer and was advised she may need IVF to have children