Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley poses naked ahead of birth of second baby

CORONATION Street star Catherine Tyldesley has posed naked ahead of birth of second baby.

The 38-year-old stripped off for a bath to reveal her growing baby bump.

The pregnant actress then shared a sweet post about her unborn daughter she is having with her husband Tom Pitfield.

Writing a poem to celebrate Mother's Day, Catherine told the little girl who is due in October: "A Note To Our Daughter on Mothers Day," before writing: "As I pat my swollen tummy / On this Sunny ‘Mothers Day’ / You wriggle your little feet / To let me know you’ll be on your way.

"I can’t wait to meet you my ‘powerful little lass’. Know that you’ll be loved forever-No matter what may come to pass.

"We have a history of warrior Queens in our family / You’re energy tells me you’re the same / I’ll always encourage ‘feisty’ my girl / Never be defeated or tame."

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"Never be told ‘you can’t do’ / We will always say ‘YES you can’ / I’ll always support your dreams / Your number one biggest fan!

"The world is ready for your magic / And I can’t wait to hold you tight,"

The actress told how her son Alfie is excited to be her older brother.

She added: "We already adore you so very much / I hope you feel that too / You’ll make our family complete my love / Daughter- we love you"

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Catherine admitted that “every day has brought new obstacles”, including terrifying issues with her eye sight.

In a lengthy Instagram post the actress opened up about feeling “weak” as she explained how different this pregnancy has been from her first six years ago.

She wrote: “Don’t assume your pregnant pals are doing fine. Regardless of whether it’s their second, third, fourth child. I began to see very early on that this pregnancy was COMPLETELY different from my first.

“Not knowing how I am going to feel from one day to the next makes me feel weak. I hate feeling weak – mentally or physically. I hate ‘giving in’ … and certainly don’t like ‘giving up’.”

Catherine continued: "Each day has brought me new obstacles – my hormone sensitivity means some days I am met with loss of vision at several points during the day through ocular, hormone related migraines.

"I have had to pull over in my car and ride out vision loss, crying on my own till it passes…But baby needs those hormones to flourish. For me it’s an inconvenience – to her its staying alive."

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