Pregnant Stacey Solomon told fans she will let the know her baby’s gender.
The creative blogger, 31, was delighted to share she’s expecting her second baby with Joe Swash but her fourth child in recent days.
It’s no surprise the Loose Women star wants to find out what she’s expecting so she can work her magic on the nursery with a theme.
Only recently had Stacey given Rex’s bedroom a gorgeous makeover with a panda theme.
Candidly, the presenter also confessed she was “too impatient” to wait for the birth.
Among the sea of questions, one fan asked: “Will you find out the baby’s gender this time or keep it is a surprise?”
Stacey said: “Yes we are 100 percent going to find out. I’m too impatient and I want to decorate the nursery with a theme so we really want to know.
“I will let you all know really soon.”
Stacey sent her fans into a frenzy with the news she’s expecting a baby.
She said: “We are growing another pickle. We’ve never felt so grateful… I have no words.
“We didn’t think we would get the chance. We love you all to the moon and back. Lots of love From Me, Joe, Harry, Zach, Leighton, Rex, and our little pickle.”
Already Stacey raises Rex with her fiancé Joe as well as having Zach and Leighton from former relationships.
Joe has a son Harry from a previous romance.
Also, the couple have two pooches Theo and sausage dog Peanut.
They have planned to delay their wedding until after the baby has been born.
Originally the couple had set their heart on a date in the summer depending on the coronavirus pandemic restrictions.
The happy pregnancy news comes just months after they moved into their “forever” £1.2million home which needs a lot of renovating.
They have been going to great efforts to renovate their impressive Tudor-inspired mansion.
As well as the house, the family have been making their most of their time in the garden.
In March last year, a gushing Stacey told of her pride for her sons as they have turned out to be “good people” after spending her entire motherhood worrying about shaping their futures.
She told OK! Magazine : “I’m really proud of them, they’re good people.
“The best and hardest thing about being a mum is the responsibility of shaping somebody’s future.
“It’s a huge responsibility and I’ve spent my entire motherhood worrying if I’m doing the right thing or not.”