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Emma Watkins shares rare new footage with her husband-to-be Oliver Brian that will melt your heart

''Family jam time.''

By Maddison Hockey
Emma Watkins aka the beloved yellow-skivvy wearing Wiggle, stunned fans this week when she announced she was engaged!
The news, which was, of course, joyous, came as somewhat of a surprise to followers as the performer has kept her relationship with fiancé Oliver Brian relatively private until now.
In fact, Emma's engagement announcement was her first post with Oliver on Instagram, ever.
It seems, however, the flood gates for sharing are well and truly open with the 31-year-old continuing to share glimpses of her hubby-to-be.
In a rare move Emma has shared a heart-melting video to Instagram with Oliver and a very cute little family member.
The trio perform a special rendition of 'Head, shoulders, knees and toes' with Oliver on guitar and Emma on the bongo drum (you can watch the video above).
The duo put on quite the performance. (Instagram)
"Family jam time 🎵🎶🎵 'Heads, Shoulder, Knees and Toes' with a new ending ✨ ," Emma captioned the post.
Emma has been dating Oliver, who is also a back-up musician in The Wiggles, since 2019 but has kept their romance away from the spotlight.
The couple announced the news of their engagement with a sweet post on Monday."When life gets more sparkly ✨💍❤️," the singer beamed alongside a loved-up snap with her husband to-be.
Emma shared the news with fans, and was clearly over the moon. (Instagram)
Emma's ex-husband Lachlan Gillespie, who is now engaged to Wiggles dancer Dana Stephensen, was one of the first to congratulate the pair on their happy news.
"Love you guys," Lachy said with a slew of purple love heart emojis.
Emma has kept her romance with Oliver away from the limelight.
While the singer rarely talks about her love life, she previously confessed to Stellar that she was indeed "in love" with her colleague and had known the musician for four years before he asked her out on a dinner date.
"He's very opposite to me," she told the publication.
"He's a very calm and thoughtful person and I've always been interested in his mind and his take on life, and his morals. He loves talking about the environment and food production. It's not very 'Wiggly', but it's been nice for me to talk about things not just concerning ourselves, but people everywhere around the world."