Rebekah and her footballer husband Jamie Vardy have confirmed they are expecting another baby together.
Rumours that the pair are going to be parents again started swirling after pictures of the expectant mum seemed to show a growing bump surfaced.
But now the happy couple have officially confirmed they will indeed welcome a bundle of joy next year.
A rep for the couple told The Sun: ‘I can confirm that Jamie and Becky are delighted to be having another baby.’
The duo already share daughter five-year-old Sofia and two-year-old son Finley. Their new baby will be Rebekah’s fifth child, as she’s also mum to son Taylor, and daughter Megan, from previous relationships. Jamie also has a daughter called Ella with his ex.
After welcoming her son Finley back in 2017, the mum was very open about her struggle with post natal depression.
Speaking on Loose Women, she said: ‘I think people in general after you’ve had kids think you’re a superwoman, carry on, you’re fantastic with the kids there are never any issues. It’s a really taboo subject, postnatal depression.
‘There’s a stigma they think it doesn’t exist – it was after my second child. I found it really tough. I couldn’t get out of bed. It’s very much real.
‘I realised I needed some support and help.’
Rebekah also recently opened up about her relationship with now husband Jamie – who she married in 2016 – saying that it took her a while to be able to trust him due to her past trauma of being sexually abused, suicidal and homeless during her teen years.
She told Fabulous magazine earlier this month: ‘I always seemed to go for a guy who promised the world and delivered f**k all apart from cheating, stress and manipulation. And I thought that was all I deserved.
‘But then I met Jamie. It took a while for me to trust him and I think the relationship we have now is the only relationship I’ve ever felt stable in.
‘I love and trust him. My husband ain’t like the rest of them. He’s so not. He’s so supportive of everything I do, everything I say and everything I stand for. He knows the battles I’ve endured and where I’ve come from to where I am now.’