Belly good way to raise cancer cash

Rose Street, Edinburgh'Two Edinburgh mum-to-be have gone beyond the call of duty to support a cancer charity ' by having their bumps painted promoting the charity's biggest fundraising event.'Eilidh Latinn(left) and Alicia Seston decided that they would use her bump to promote Macmillan Cancer Support's World's Biggest Coffee Morning which takes place on September 28.Pic Neil Hanna

Rose Street, Edinburgh'Two Edinburgh mum-to-be have gone beyond the call of duty to support a cancer charity ' by having their bumps painted promoting the charity's biggest fundraising event.'Eilidh Latinn(left) and Alicia Seston decided that they would use her bump to promote Macmillan Cancer Support's World's Biggest Coffee Morning which takes place on September 28.Pic Neil Hanna

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MUMS-to-be Eilidh Latinn and Alicia Seston have had their bumps painted to promote Macmillan Cancer Support’s biggest fundraising event.

Eight-month pregnant Eilidh, 31, from Bonnyrigg, said: “I had heard some friends talking about bump painting, it’s quite a new trend that’s come from America that a lot of mums-to-be are starting to pick up on.

“I just thought that it would be a really good idea to get my bump painted to hopefully encourage more people to take part.”

Macmillan aims to raise £11 million around the UK when its World’s Biggest Coffee Morning takes place on September 28.