Last month, Frankie Sandford from The Saturdays revealed the exciting news that she's expecting her first baby with fiancé Wayne Bridge.
But with the wonderful announcement, Frankie now finds herself in a similar situation to many a bride-to-be; pregnant and getting married.
With a marriage comes a hen party, which can be a really fun part of the wedding celebrations, but tough if the bride or one of her fellow hens is carrying a tiny human. With so much emphasis on alcohol fuelled parties, how can hens have fun without the risks?
From knowing whether to go abroad or stay at home, to picking the best activities, a pregnant hen needs to consider certain choices to avoid straining herself or her baby.
We spoke with Sarah Chapman from hen party specialist Eclipse Leisure, to find out her top tips for a pregnant hen do...
What do you think?
WEDDING GUEST HAIR: CARA DELEVINGNE'S FRENCH PLEAT
KATE MIDDLETON REWORKS TOPSHOP DRESS FOR FRIEND'S WEDDING
BLACK WEDDING DRESSES - YAY OR NAY?