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The actress, who had son Mexx with partner Kean Bryan in October 2019. has said she is due again in spring 2021.
The Sophie Webster star has spoken of her excitement.
Vincent told OK! magazine: "I'm quite chilled about it. I'm really lucky with Mexx, because he's a good baby.
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"But I just think to myself, 'You don’t have any other option!' So if he's up all night crying, I can't give him to anyone, so I have to just deal with it.
“It's a perk having them together and growing together – that's what I really wanted."
I could cry looking back at this picture. Still in our new baby bubble, it’s gone so quickly, I never quite believed everybody when they told me it would! 1 year has literally just flown by & even in the darkest of years you’ve always been our little shining light! I love you so much my baby boy 💙 #1nextweek #imactuallycryingrightnow #howdoistoptime
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She added: "I'm feeling really good. It's been a hard year for everyone, so it's some nice news. It's a little bit different with your second because you know what's coming.”
The 28-year-old’s onscreen sister Helen Flanagan is also pregnant.
The Rosie Webster actress is expecting her third child with Preston North End footballer Scott Sinclair.
Flanagan told social media followers recently that while she is grateful for her pregnancy, she is eager for it to be over as she is not enjoying it as much as her previous ones.
She said: “Super grateful for my pregnancy and I can’t wait to hold my little one but to be honest I’m not really enjoying this pregnancy.
“This time round I just don’t feel like I’m enjoying it the same. Maybe because it’s my third and I just feel super tired and I know it’s going to be full on, I always just feel nauseas a lot and I just don't feel myself since I fell pregnant.”
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