Emmerdale's Danny Miller spotted with rarely seen pregnant fiancee as they count down to baby's birth

EMMERDALE star Danny Miller has been spotted with his rarely-seen pregnant fiancee ahead of the birth of their first child.

The actor walked hand-in-hand with Steph Jones as he lovingly looked into their eyes while out and about in Stockport on Friday.


Danny, 30, looked loved up with fiancee Steph – who showcased her blossoming bump in a figure-hugging white midi dress.

The couple, who are expecting their baby in the upcoming weeks, looked to have rushed out to shop for last minute nursery essentials.

Danny kept it casual in a shacket, plain black T-shirt and jeans, while mum-to-be Steph paired her dress with leather chelsea boots.

She styled her brunette tresses into a simple ponytail and accessorised with large silver hoops and a nude hangbag to complete her outfit.

The couple looked in good spirits as they strode side-by-side, beaming at onlookers and proudly showing off Steph's bump.

Their shopping trip comes shortly after Danny admitted he was "nervous" about becoming a dad for the first time.

The Emmerdale actor, who plays Aaron Dingle in the long-running soap, admitted he was not a "solid-stomached" person and worried he wouldn't cope.

He told OK! Magazine of their upcoming birthing plan: "Yeah, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't nervous, I think it's good nerves, though. 

"But sometimes I do get a bit like. 'Oh God, what if I do this wrong?' I'm nervous about that but I think to learn and to grow, you've got to learn on the job."

Danny joked that he can get "quite nauseous" in adrenaline-pumped situations, as he admitted he'd have to "concentrate on Steph" to get through.

"I get quite nauseous in those situations, but I’m hoping the adrenaline takes over and makes me get a hold of myself and realise what I’m there for," he said.

"Hopefully I’ll concentrate on Steph rather than worry about what’s going on around me.' 

He concluded that he will likely cry the moment he hears his newborn let out its first wail, as he will then know they have arrived "healthy and safe".

Steph, meanwhile, said she was busy focusing on the baby instead of herself, and therefore wasn't set in stone on a birthing plan.

"In terms of labour, I'm just not putting any pressure on myself because I know it can be pretty unpredictable," she explained.

"I'm not going to put pressure on myself to have it a certain way. What will be will be, as long as the baby is healthy that's all that matters."

The couple, who revealed they were expecting in February after a year of IVF treatment, are waiting until the birth to find out the sex of their child.


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