Joe Wicks has revealed his wife Rosie has gone into labour, saying his kids Indie and Marley could be waking up to a new baby sibling.
The couple have opted for a home birth, with Joe sharing a photo of the birthing pool set up in his living room on Instagram.
He wrote: ‘And we’re off. Indie & Marley are asleep upstairs. Could be waking up with a new baby.’
Hours before, Joe shared a poignant message about the birth of his third child, sharing a photo of Rosie’s baby bump.
‘Just amazes me that there is a human being growing in here,’ he said,
‘With a little brain, heart, and lungs. The female body is just an incredible, magnificent creation, isn’t it. The ability to create new life. What is more beautiful and special than that.’
Joe and Rosie also share Indie, three, and Marley, two.
The couple announced they were expecting baby number three in March, with Joe telling his followers: ‘I’ve been sooo excited to share this news, we are having another baby.
‘Indie and Marley are super excited about having a little brother or sister. We can’t wait to welcome them into the world in September.
‘Love you Rosie. Thank you for making me the happiest Dad in the world.’
Joe previously revealed that he and Rosie want ‘four kids, minimum’ as they love being parents to their growing brood.
He also told the Loose Women panel in 2020: ‘I do want a big family. I tell you what though, the reality when you have two kids and you realise how challenging it is.
‘I do respect and admire people who have five, six, seven kids – I think, “How do they do it?” Not at the moment, but definitely in the future we’ll be having more kids together. Rosie is up for it.
‘She loves being a mum. She’s said she’s always wanted a big family. I do like the chaos.
‘This is the only room in the house that is clean and tidy. Everything else is chaos, there’s toys everywhere! This is my studio. But we will have a big family in the future.’
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