Looking good! Danielle O'Hara continues her maternity fashion reign keeping her bump covered for lunch date
18:53 GMT, 16 April 2013
19:58 GMT, 16 April 2013
WAG Danielle O'Hara continues to lead the way for maternity fashion on a casual shopping trip.
The 29-year-old, who is expecting her third child, decided to keep her blooming bump under wraps as she stepped out in Manchester with her mother.
Wearing a huge grin the stunning WAG kept her bump covered in a loose silk top and chic tailored jacket.
Where's your bump gone! Danielle O'Hara grins as she heads out for a day of shopping
Casual maternity wear! Danielle looks amazing as she heads out in Manchester – she has been wearing a series of clinging gowns recently
Danielle, who is married to footballer Jamie O'Hara, announced in February that she was expecting her third child with husband Jamie O’Hara.
And despite some health scares the mother-of-two looked glowing in her casual outfit with her long brunette hair loose around her shoulders.
Earlier this month Danielle and fellow WAGs Nicola McLean and Bianca Slater’s launched their out special WAG street in London.
What a WAG! Undoubtedly Danielle's style has improved since she got pregnant
The trio of beauties turned Wigmore Street into Wagmore Street for the day.
No fear though, the stunt was part of the 90th anniversary celebrations of the Football Pools, who use the trio as ‘ambassadors’ and whose offices are located on Wigmore St.
Danielle's baby will be a new playmate for Archie, 2, and Harry, 21-months, who she left at home while she shopped up a storm in Manchester.
Beautifully turned out: Danielle O'Hara looked gorgeous in her Grecian inspired gown earlier this month
She recently wrote in her Closer magazine column: 'I'm 17 weeks into my pregnancy and after suffering with stomach pains, I've been referred to a specialist unit for mums who have previously had a premature birth, like I did with my youngest, Harry.
'I have to go back every four weeks so they can monitor my cervix length – an indicator of premature birth – but so far, so good.'