Gemma Atkinson: ‘This is legit’ Strictly star talks LABOUR amid pregnancy with Gorka

Gemma Atkinson, 34, shared a clip from boxing movie Rocky, which sees actor Sylvester Stallone, now 72, receiving a pep talk from his trainer while in the ring.The trainer can be heard repeatedly shouting the words “No pain” to Sylvester’s alter ego as he prepares for a fight. Gemma joked the trainer’s pep talk is what she wants when she goes into labour. In view of her one million followers, she commented: “This is legit the type of pep talk I want in labour @Gorka_Marquez.”

This is legit the type of pep talk I want in labour

Gemma Atkinson

She also added a GIF which read: “We can do it.”

Gemma and Gorka’s baby is believed to be due in July.

Since announcing her pregnancy news with Gorka, 28, back in February, the former Strictly Come Dancing star has been keeping her fans up to date with her pregnancy journey.

Earlier this week, Gemma spoke out on the “hardest part” of carrying a baby during her maternity leave.

Gemma shared a pictured of a woman sprawled over the arm of a chair, appearing exhausted.

She captioned the post: “The hardest thing about being pregnant…is not being able to see your feet.

“And by feet, I mean vagina.”

Back on Monday, she gave fans a further insight into her maternity leave antics by sharing a picture of her two dogs Ollie and Norman during a stroll in a park.

She wrote: “Monday’s are usually 4am start, into work for the radio show followed by meetings.

“Today was a 7am start (major lay in for me) followed by a big breakfast and a 3 mile walk with the kids. I’m liking this maternity lark.”

Last month, Gemma revealed she had stepped down from her role on Hits Radio’s Breakfast show.

Gemma told her fans she will be in “no fit state” to get up and work the early hours while looking after a baby.

But the radio host reassured fans she will be back on the station for the drive time show.

Explaining all, she said: “I figured being woken up by a baby throughout the night will leave me in no fit state to wake you guys up at breakfast.

“So instead, I’ll be getting you all home from work weekdays with Wes 4pm – 7pm.

“Very much looking forward to our new show with lots of fun stuff to chat to you all about!

“In the meantime, it’s mum time. (Wish me luck on nappy duty and sleepless nights).”

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