Nonetheless, Dani passed the drama to the side as she smiled for new snaps while gushing over her growing bump.
Wearing a gray sleeveless maxi dress, Dani glowed from the inside out as she looked happier than ever in snaps taken at a friend’s baby shower.
But the mom-to-be recently hit back at fans who claim she accidentally revealed she was going to have a baby boy.
She moaned on social media that her followers “take notice” before denying that she said she and her boyfriend Sammy are definitely expecting a son.
Dani fans had been delighted with the feeling of having ‘caught’ the reality star after posting a video on Instagram.
Many of his three million followers understood that Dani called his bump a “he”.
The video was innocent enough to begin with as Dani peered through the baby clothes sent to her and commented on what she had.
There was excitement surrounding a pom pom hat, which is when fans claim Dani slipped it off because she was excited about it.
Dani said: “Look at the little pom pom hat, oh my god that’s so cute!
“And obviously because he’s going to come here when it’s cold, it will be really nice and comfortable. “
Dani had also mentioned earlier that she wouldn’t discriminate with the colors of clothes, be it a boy or a girl.
Holding up a romper in dark blue colors, she said, “Even though I have a daughter, I can dress her in that, she has a little bow. ”
As fans flooded her with messages about having a baby boy, Dani then took to her Instagram story in a failed attempt to set the record straight.
She wrote: “I’ve had so many DMs saying I said ‘he’ on the pom pom hat, honestly I have no idea what I’m going to get.
“Sometimes I say he / she just comes out. Is another pregnant mom doing this? ”
“Believe me, if I knew what I had you would all know… So cheeky, you notice everything.
When Dani and Sammy announced last month that they were expecting their first child together, she also said that they would not look up the gender of their baby and keep a surprise for the birth.
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