Everyone's favourite sweary chef, Gordon Ramsay and his wife of 22 years, Tana have shared the gorgeous news that they're expecting baby number five.
The 52-year-old Hells Kitchen star shared the news on New Year's Day in a sweet family video he posted to his Instagram account captioned; "Exciting news! Happy new year from all the Ramsay's,"
In the video, the couples four children, twins Jack and Holly 19, Matilda, 17, and 20-year-old Meghan along with mum, 44-year-old Tana wished everyone a Happy New Year, before Gordon, who was manning the camera announced: "...We've got another one (baby) coming", before panning the shot down to focus on Tana's blooming belly.
"Oh my Lord, oh no!" Gordon laughed as the family cheered.
While it is unclear how far along she is, that belly would indicate that Tana is far from newly pregnant.
"Best news ever mate," David Beckham, a close friend to the Ramsay family, wrote as he jumped into the comment section to congratulate the pair.
The news is exceptionally sweet when you consider that back in 2016, the couple, who wed in 1996 suffered a devastating blow when Tana, then 41, suffered a miscarriage when she was five months into her pregnancy.
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"Hi guys, Tana and I want to thank you so much for your support over the past couple of weeks. We had a devastating weekend as Tana has sadly miscarried our son at five months," Gordon shared on social media at the time.
"We're together healing as a family, but we want to thank everyone again for all your amazing support and well wishes. I'd especially like to send a big thank you to the amazing team at Portland Hospital for everything they've done. Gx"
The couple famously parent in a way to ensure their kids don't become spoiled. Probably most controversial was the fact that the Ramsay kids don't travel in first class alongside their parents.
"I gotta keep it real with the kids," the TV chef told Andy Cohen, on Watch What Happens Live while explaining the reasoning for his decision at the time.
"They get entertainment on their iPads. I like to think of what you can do with the money when you land rather than paying out thousands of dollars for 8, 9, 10 years olds to sit in first class. I don't want them sat there with a 10-course f--king menu."
He added, "It is my wife and [my] choice to discipline them and keep them real."
We have to wonder if that will change with this new babe on the way. Because if the parents aren't keen to spoil this baby, there's four older siblings who are sure to take up the reigns!
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