Stephanie Davis announces the sex of her friend's baby – but confuses fans who thinks SHE is pregnant

Stephanie Davis has confused fans on her Instagram account by announcing ‘It’s a girl!’

The actress, who gave birth to her first child, son Caben-Albi in January, was celebrating the pregnancy of her pal Becca – but led some of her followers to think it was Steph who was with child.

Steph recorded the big reveal while holding her son – whose father is Jeremy McConnell – and posted it to social media.

“So we are very lucky and blessed our best friend Becca is pregnant again and today we’re going to find out if little Noah is going to have a brother or a sister,” she began, while another friend held Noah, a toddler in a grey tracksuit.

Steph announced the baby’s sex
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It’s a girl! But some fans thought Steph was pregnant again
(Photo: Instagram/stephaniedavis88)
Her friend’s baby Noah liked the balloon
(Photo: Instagram/stephaniedavis88)
It was an exciting moment
(Photo: Instagram/stephaniedavis88)

“What’s it gonna be? What’s it gonna be? What’s it gonna be be be be be?” Steph chants, before breaking into a low-key dance.

“Are you ready?” she asks, before reaching into a huge bag to reveal a pink balloon with ‘It’s a girl’ written on it, and the pair shriek.

Noah seems absolutely nonplussed with the news of the new arrival, and is more interested in the balloon.

Stephanie and Jeremy, parents to Caben-Albi
(Photo: ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
Caben-Albi looking cute
(Photo: stephdavis77/Twitter)

Steph then screams, “A little diva! We love you Becks!” and finishes it off with another little dance, two whoops and a cry of, “Baby number two!”

But some of Steph’s fans were a bit confused, and offered her their well-wishes at her apparent new addition to the family.

“Congrats on ur baby girl,” commented a number, who clearly thought she was sharing her own happy news.

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