Strictlys Oti Mabuse asks for advice as she prepares pet dog for babys arrival
Former Strictly Come Dancing star Oti Mabuse shared a snap of herself cradling a baby doll as she prepares her dog for the arrival of her newborn.
The 33-year-old, who recently announced that she's expecting her first child with husband Marius Lepure is in full preparation mode and trying to ensure all her family members are ready for the change.
Heading over to Instagram, Oti shared a snap of herself with a baby doll in her arms as she explained what she's been doing to help her dog Leo to adjust.
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Captioning the photo, she wrote: "Morning ritual. Slowly getting Leo ready for baby as it can be so overwhelming for dogs too.
"My friend @takkies7 borrowed me a little doll and I play YouTube baby cries everyday for 10 minutes."
Talking about the restriction she's put on her pup, she added: "He's not allowed on the bed or couch anymore which is proving hard and the hardest is not picking him up and allowing him to jump on us like usual.
"We still have time but I feel that he feels something is coming as things are changing and I want to converse with him but I realised I look crazy.
"I don't want to look crazy," she added.
Later on, Oti asked her fans on Instagram for advice on what to do with a family dog and a new born baby.
The news comes after Oti shared her exciting pregnancy news on Instagram last month.
Sharing a beautiful snap of her blossoming baby bump while standing with her hubby, the couple were all smiles.
Captioning her post, the professional dancer wrote: "We feel finally ready and excited to share our wonderful news. This is new for us scarier than swimming with sharks, jumping off cliffs or even swinging from bridges but the best news we could have ever ask for.
"We love our little bundle of joy so much already… and can’t wait to see what our future will now look like as family of 3 plus Leo, it’s been a beautiful journey so far with close friends and family and nearly over but we have learnt a lot a long the way…. Christmas is about to get even louder."
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