Made In Chelsea Star Lucy Watson has revealed via Instagram the exciting news that she will be welcoming a baby boy next year with her husband James Dunmore.
Lucy, 32, announced she was pregnant with her first child in September and has since been keeping her followers updated on her pregnancy journey on social media.
The reality star shared their sweet gender reveal as they cut a slice of a delicious-looking cake to reveal a blue filling, indicating they will be welcoming a boy.
The doting mum and dad to be looked over the moon to find out they will be welcoming a son into their growing family. In the video, the duo's faces sweetly lit up upon discovering the gender, before the stood up and sweetly kissed.
Younger sister Tiffany Watson, who gave birth to her first child earlier this year, was quick to comment: "Yayyy best friend for Jude".
Many followers also rushed to send their congratulatory messages to the mum and dad to be, who have previously spoken about their struggles to get pregnant.
One fan wrote: "I feel like I grew up with you guys watching you on MIC and now you guys having baby. A beautiful journey. Congrats to you both", while another said: "So happy for your growing little family".
A third sweetly added: "Massive congratulations a friend and mischief maker forever for Jude", while another said: "Congratulations Will be lovely for you and your sister watching him grow up with Jude so close in age xx".
Lucy announced the pregnancy via a photo that showed her and James embracing on a balcony as he places his hands on her growing bump.
In the caption, Lucy wrote: “our little miracle."
Shortly after the wonderful announcement, Lucy confirmed that the couple had struggled to conceive in a candid post detailing their struggle.
Opening up about her journey, she said: " “A lot of people asking this. I genuinely believe every baby is a miracle, but yes we did have our struggles. I think we went into it like most, thinking it would happen easily. It was definitely not the case for us. There were times when it felt like bad news after bad news. It was never ending and the light at the end of the tunnel felt faint."
Lucy continued: “We have seen many specialists over the last few years and there were times when I wasn’t sure if this could ever happen for us. We know there are people out there who have it way worse and for everyone struggling, I see you and I feel your pain.”
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