Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham are expecting their second child, with the model sharing the happy news on Instagram.
Rosie, 34, made the reveal in a series of pictures of herself in the mirror modelling different outfits (effortlessly we might add, it is her day job).
The last photo in her carousel showed the model wearing a white, ribbed dress which clearly revealed the beginnings of a baby bump which she cradled gently with one hand.
She captioned the post: ‘Taaa daahhh !! 👼🏻👼🏻👼🏻 #round2’
Her friends and followers flooded the comments with happy messages celebrating the news, with fellow model Daisy Lowe writing: ‘Awwwwww congratulations super mumma ❤️❤️❤️’
TV presenter Stacey Dooley said: ‘🥳🥳🥳🎈🎈🎈 congrats to you all!’
Neelam Gill, another model, wrote: ‘Omg, congratulations beautiful!’ while Dev Windsor said ‘Congrats’ and added heart emoji.
It is the second child for Rosie and actor Jason, 54, who are already parents to four-year-old son Jack, born in 2017.
The couple have been together since 2010 and got engaged four years later.
Speaking in 2018 about becoming a mum for the first time to Jack, the fashion star said she was ‘happier than ever’.
‘Every year I get older I feel so much more empowered in myself and I feel so much more confident,’ she explained at an ELLE Weekender event.
Turning 30 and becoming a mum has just been so empowering for me. I feel, really clear with what I want out of life.
‘I feel happier than ever. I feel like you cut away the things that don’t make you happy and your priorities just shift massively.’
Rosie also spoke candidly about feeling pressure to get back in shape after giving birth.
She told Harper’s Bazaar Australia: ‘I think I have felt the pressure, but more so from myself than anyone else.
‘I’m not one for extreme diets so it has taken time and it’s really just now that I have started feeling more comfortable.’
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