Giovanna Fletcher has revealed her and McBusted star Tom's second baby is due in February.
Tom and Giovanna Fletcher's new baby is due next February.
The married couple - who already have 17-month-old son Buzz Michelangelo together - announced last week they were going to become parents again and now Giovanna has revealed she is approximately four months pregnant and will welcome the tot into the world early in 2016.
Speaking on breakfast TV show 'Lorraine', Giovanna revealed: ''(Baby is due) in February, everything is absolutely fine.''
Tom and Giovanna revealed their happy news by posting a unique video on the McBusted star's YouTube account for the world to see.
The video began by showing Tom searching for his Sega Mega Drive games console in the attic, which he finds and brings downstairs for himself, Giovanna and Buzz to play.
Handing his son a controller, Buzz picks to be Player One whilst Giovanna picks Player Two, which is marked with a graphic of a question mark.
The camera then pans down to reveal a baby scan placed in front of her stomach.
Giovanna and Tom announced their first pregnancy in October 2013 with a Halloween-inspired video in which they carved the words ''We're having a baby'' into jackal lanterns, and the singer also made a black and white video documenting every stage of his wife's first pregnancy which he shared online.
Giovanna admits the reason why they create the videos documenting the growth of their family is because they're so much fun to make.
The brunette beauty - who will be hosting a new segment on 'Lorraine' entitled 'Take Five' to encourage busy mums to make time for themselves - said: ''(Doing the video) was amazing, that's the only reason that we do them because they're so much fun to do - if they were a chore I think we just wouldn't bother.''
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