It's double the fun for former host of Who Dares Wins, Tania Zaetta.
The 48-year-old has given birth to twins, a boy and girl, announcing the news via Instagram on Sunday.
"Chris and I are over the moon to share the safe arrival of our handsome little boy Alby Zeke Rogers 1.5kg & beautiful baby girl Kenzie Louise Rogers 1.6kg at 9.45am Wed 5th Sept. Mum, bubs & Dad all doing great," the post read.
Tania and her partner Chris Rogers decided to delay releasing the news so that they could have some "precious" time alone with their babies.
"Bubs are breathtakingly adorable & having arrived a few weeks early & being divinely tiny will spend some time in their little hospital isolettes for safe monitoring before we can all go home. [sic]"
Back in June, Tania revealed to Woman's Day that she had left it too late to have a baby naturally, so she decided to take the first step towards parenthood three years ago.
"I drove home in tears to Chris and he was just so beautiful and supportive," remembers Tania, 48.
The former Bollywood star wanted to tell her inspirational story in Woman's Day, to debunk "fertility myths" that she felt cost some women their chance of motherhood.
"It's very confronting when you hear the number and quality of your eggs is quite low at 45. But there were so many woman claiming miracle babies at 45, I just thought it would happen quite easily."
"But for lots of women it doesn't. To be able to have an egg donor baby, that's the miracle to me."
"I was always going to be a mum, but I was single for a long time, and I wanted to wait for the right man – and Chris was the right man," she says.
Congratulations to both Chris and Tania on their wonderful news!