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Helen Flanagan Gorging on 'Sour' Ice Lollies to Beat Morning Sickness

by Bidita Debnath on January 5, 2015 at 11:59 PM
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Helen Flanagan Gorging on 'Sour' Ice Lollies to Beat Morning Sickness

Actress Helen Flanagan has found a way to battle her severe morning sickness. "Sour-tasting" ice lollies!

The 24-year-old actress, who's expecting her first child with footballer beau Scott Sinclair, has been suffering from chronic morning sickness and has bought Marks and Spencer's Colin the Caterpillar lollies in bulk to overcome her nausea, the Mirror reported.

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According to a source, Flanagan's freezer is "bursting with them," and it really helps to settle her stomach.

The former 'Corrie' star also joked on Twitter writing "I love morning sickness! Nausea is my favourite!"

A source said that that the baby was much awaited and Flanagan had revealed the pregnancy before Christmas, writing "we are both so happy and excited."

Source: ANI
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