Sienna Miller announces gender of baby as she shows off bump in stunning shoot

Sienna Miller has revealed that she is expecting a baby daughter, with her partner Oli Green.

The model and actress, 41, who announced her pregnancy earlier this year, has shared that she will be welcoming her second daughter in the coming months.

She's already mum to daughter Marlowe, who she shares with her ex-partner Tom Sturridge, whom she dated from 2011 to 2015. However this will be her first child with Oli, 26.

Sienna has now opened up about her pregnancy as she shows off her blossoming bump in a stunning Vogue covershoot, revealing to the publication the gender of their unborn baby.

She has also hit back at those who judge her decision to welcome a baby in her 40s, and admitted to having to work through her own prejudices of being an older mum.

Sienna told the outlet: "I’d love to get to a point where I didn’t feel the need to make a joke of my being older and having a baby, to show I’m in on the joke."

Sienna made headlines during September's London Fashion Week when she bared her baby bump on the red carpet, as she donned a glamorous Schiaparelli crop top and puff skirt at Vogue World, the UK's answer to the star-studded Met Gala in New York.

Reflecting on this rather controversial outfit, she said: "I was nervous about the idea of it, but once I had it on, everything else felt boring.

"I was like, I’ll have that photo for the rest of my baby’s life. It’s kind of fascinating to fight your own prejudice against yourself. I’m constantly doing that."

During the Vogue interview, Sienna also shared that she had been forced to have an emergency Caesarean-section when welcoming Marlowe, having originally planned for a home birth, with the support of her sister, the fashion designer Savannah Miller.

She added that while she is hoping for a natural home birth this time, she's placing less pressure on herself over this.

Sienna had previously revealed that she had opted to freeze her eggs after turning 40, telling Elle UK: "Biology is incredibly cruel on women in that decade – that’s the headline, or it certainly was for me.

"Then I got to 40 and I froze some eggs. Having been really focused on the need to have another baby, I’m just like, if it happens, it happens. That kind of existential threat has dissipated."

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