Joe Wicks to become a dad for the third time as wife Rosie announces pregnancy

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Joe Wicks is set to become a dad for the third time after his wife Rosie Jones announced her pregnancy.

36-year-old Joe, who also goes by The Body Coach, is probably best known for his intense workout videos which got the country moving during the Covid-19 lockdown.

And he has now announced that he and his model wife are expecting baby number three.

The couple already share Indie, three, and Marley, two – and took to Instagram on Saturday (March 12) in view of their 4.3million followers to announce the sweet news, with Rosie clutching a baby scan photograph.

Joe wrote alongside the adorable snap: "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," he finished off.

Joe's fans and celebrity pals soon hopped into the comments section to delight in the good news, with I'm A Celeb winner Giovanna Fletcher writing: "Whoooooop! Huge congratulations!"

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver added: "Amazing congratulations!"

As vlogger Zoe Sugg echoed: "Congratulations guys! This is so exciting & such amazing news."

It comes after Joe revealed to The Sun that he and Rosie want "four kids, minimum" – as they have discovered there is "nothing better" than being a parent.

During the interview, Joe said: "Being a dad has made me more content. I’ve got more of a balance now. It’s so easy to work, work, work and take every opportunity but now I find the time to enjoy the little things.

"It’s non-negotiable that I do bath-time and read the children a book before bed. I get so much happiness from that because I didn’t have that as a kid."

In the past, the fitness guru has also told the Loose Women panel: "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."

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