Pregnant OlaJordan and her husband James have shared an adorable photo of their baby girl as they await her arrival.
With two months to go until the due date, Ola, 37, held a stuffed bunny toy while husband James held a picture scan of their baby at Window To The Womb in Maidstone.
Posting the sweet snap on Instagram, Ola wrote: "Thank you so much to the lovely ladies at @wttw_maidstone for doing our scan today. We got lots of lovely pictures of our little munchkin.
"We even got this lovely bunny with the sound of our baby’s heart. We keep listening to it over and over again."
Fans spotted the couple's daughter looks just like her mum.
One wrote: "Lovely she looks like her mummy."
It comes as the couple have been actively sharing their journey to parenthood with their followers, as just last week Ola had another scan.
James, 41, was seen joking around with Ola as he filmed her in the waiting room.
"Myself and Ola are in Maidstone today and we have just arrived at Window To The Womb," revealed James in the social media footage.
He added: "So we're having a scan done of the baby. See what she looks like, she if she's as pretty as her Daddy.''
Ola, who is due to give birth in March, responded to correct him: "Mummy!"
The amusing clip continued, with James proving his wicked sense of humour in his comments to his wife, who he has been married to since 2003.
"Oh Mummy, yeah Mummy. Are you ready?'" he asked.
Ola responded: '"I am ready. I am hot."
"Used to be," quipped James in response, to his wife's laughter.
The father-to-be then took a video of the monitor once in the scan room and then shared photos of their upcoming new arrival.
"Ladies and gentleman, there's our little girl, hiding behind her hands," commented a proud James.
Noticing her daughter's wisps of hair, however, saw Ola respond with a wind-up of her own, joking: "Baby's got hair, yay, she's got it after me."
James remarked back in jest: "That's just rude. I've got some hair still!"
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