Call the Midwife star Helen George visits Chelsea Flower Show

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang
Photo credit: Karwai Tang

Actress Helen George was lucky enough to attend a preview day of the Chelsea Flower Show this week and she looked blooming beautiful with her baby bump on show.

The Call the Midwife actress, who plays Trixie Franklin in the period drama, was there to open the new Florence Nightingale Garden.

Photo credit: Karwai Tang
Photo credit: Karwai Tang

Along with her partner Jack Ashton, the couple spoke to NHS nursing staff in the garden, which was designed to celebrate Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday, and Helen delighted the crown by reading a special poem about nursing.

Helen looked stunning in a floral maxi dress by Yolke, which was the perfect dress for her growing baby bump. The dress, which is £220, has cap sleeves, a V-neckline and fabric frill details.

Also attending the preview was Dame Judi Dench, Guy Ritchie and his wife Jacqui Ainsley.

In June, Helen announced on Instagram that she was expecting her second child, and she and fellow actor Jack are already parents to Wren Ivy, three.

The actress captioned a photo of herself holding her bump with, “Baking number 2. Due in December.”

Her 186k followers were thrilled with over 30k liking and commenting on the post, saying things like “Another baby for the midwife,” and “huge congratulations.”

Helen recently opened up about the benefits of being in a relationship with a fellow actor, telling You magazine, “You're on set for a long time every day and you don't get to see many other people. We are like-minded people who understand the industry, the career and the long hours."

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