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Glamorous Cat Deeley's just swell as she steps out in Hollywood

By Joanne Sweeney

Published 30/11/2015

Cat Deeley looked in swell form as she stepped out in Hollywood.

The glamorous star - who is carrying comedian Paddy Kielty's first baby - looked in top shape as she did a spot of shopping in West Hollywood.

The loved-up couple - who regularly visit Paddy's home town of Dundrum in Co Down - have made no secret that they are counting down the days until their first child is born.

The British TV presenter found fame in the US with So You Think You Can Dance and is known for her stunning hair, long legs and keen fashion sense. While Paddy was nowhere to be seen, Cat looked confident and at ease with her changing shape.

She covered her baby bump in a grey cashmere roll top sweater and paired it with light blue jeans, snakeskin ankle boots and a camel coat.

While all the couple have said is that their baby is due in 2016, judging by Cat's bump, the birth date could be as early as February.

Before the pregnancy was announced in September, Paddy talked about the possibility of the couple having a baby.

He said: "I hope any child we might have has Cat's looks and my accent. With our two strong accents, we basically needed subtitles or a UN translator."

No doubt when the new baby Kielty finally does arrive, it won't be too long before he's introduced to Paddy's proud family in Co Down.

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