Marnie Simpson's face has got "bigger" since she fell pregnant.
The "Geordie Shore" star is expecting her first child with boyfriend Casey Johnson and though she doesn't think her bump is very big yet, other parts of her body have changed, but she doesn't care.
She said: "My bump isn't very big at the moment, though my boobs and face have got bigger.
"But I'm not worried about gaining weight because the reward at the end is so great.
"I'm feeling really amazing about my body - because I'm carrying a child, I feel like superwoman.
"To me, it doesn't matter what I look like.
"Having a baby changes your priorities and it makes you not care about the shallow things in life, so it's already helped cure my insecurities."
The 27-year-old star - who has previously had a nose job, breast uplift and facial fillers - doesn't think she'll be interested in cosmetic surgery after she becomes a parent.
She said: "I can't see myself wanting surgery afterwards.
"I'd never rule it out, but as long as my body is still intact after birth, I feel like that won't be important.
"My recovery and my baby's health is my priority, plus I want three children so surgery would be a bit of a waste of time, money, and pain if I go on to have more."
While she and Casey - who have been together for two years - are very happy together, Marnie is in no hurry to marry the 23-year-old singer.
She added to Closer magazine: "I feel like Casey is still a bit young and that in this day and age it's not essential to be married to have children.
"I'll just do it when it feels right, but when I do get married, I think it will be a very small wedding, with about 20 people there.
"For now, we're just focusing on having a baby."