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'What the hell is this stuff' Countdown's Rachel Riley shares worries ahead of show return

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Rachel Riley, 36, and partner Pasha Kovalev, 41, welcomed their second child, Noa, in November last year.The Countdown star recently went on maternity leave but has since revealed she will return for filming on Countdown next week, as she expressed her fears.The Countdown star posted a series of snaps, as the mum-of-two shared her concerns on Twitter today.In the four images, Rachel included new fashion choices incluing see through leggings, cut out dresses and mesh dresses.She penned in view of her 693,200 followers: "I’m back filming Countdown next week so I’ve been online shopping for some new clothes that fit post-baby…"What the hell is this stuff?!"How long was I pregnant for, is this what we’re supposed to wear now?!"Many social media users commented on the latest fashions, as they agreed with the mathematician's frustrations.AndyG849 said: "If for regular Countdown I think you might need medics and a few deliberators on standby."Hope you have a lovely first week back."Ian J Little joked: "Be careful.

I can see a lot of heart attacks as a result of those on an afternoon daytime programme."Natalie Is Free commented: "I've been looking too and all that comes up in my price range is crop tops that are just bras!

Yuck!"Rachel recently took to Instagram to share an emotional message during her birthday week.She shared the post with her 534,000 Instagram followers yesterday.The Channel 4 favourite shared that as well as her birthday, this week it would also have been her grandfather's and her uncles’ birthday.The full post read: “As well as my birthday, this week would have been both of my grandads’ and my uncle’s birthdays, but now it’s just me left…"Having kids really makes you think about family."So many questions I.

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