A 32-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Natalie McNally, who was stabbed in her home in Northern Ireland.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said the man was arrested on December 19th and then re-arrested on January 31st in the Lisburn area of Co Antrim.
He is due to appear at Lisburn Magistrates Court on Thursday.
Ms McNally (32) was stabbed in her home in Lurgan, Co Armagh on December 18th when she was 15 weeks pregnant.
Detectives carried out hundreds of house-to-house inquiries and seized more than 4,000 hours of CCTV footage.
More than 1,000 people gathered at a rally in her memory at Lurgan Park on Saturday.
The rally was attended by Natalie's parents, Noel and Bernie, and her brothers Brendan, Niall and Declan.
A number of politicians were also in attendance, including Sinn Féin Stormont leader and First Minister Designate Michelle O'Neill.
Many of those in attendance carried placards reading 'Justice for Natalie' and 'She was only at home' - while a number of people wore pink or blue items of clothing in memory of the mother-to-be.
A PSNI spokesperson said: "As is normal procedure, all charges will be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service."
Speaking to Newstalk last month, her parents said they are living in a nightmare - and are terrified her killer would never be caught.
"Natalie's three brothers and all her friends and relations are all devastated about this and heartbroken,” her father Noel said.
"We worry now, you have to say, ‘my God are they going to get away with this?’” her mother Bernie said. “You hear sometimes that does happen.”
“That’s what goes through my mind all the time – that this nightmare will never end.
“I know the nightmare of Natalie dying will never end but the nightmare of him not being caught, we’re afraid it might go on forever," she added.
Additional reporting: IRN