TV star Jimmy Doherty confirmed to be expecting his fourth child with wife Michaela

Congratulations on the lovely baby news!

TV star Jimmy Doherty is expecting his fourth child with wife Michaela.

The lovely baby news were announced by Michaela on social media, with a picture of her baby scan.

In the post, the expectant mum also revealed that they will be welcoming another girl into their 'girl tribe'. She also seemed to reveal that she's due in ten weeks, which means she's about seven months pregnant and due in April.

Alongside the snap, she wrote: 'Ten weeks time will do it! The girl tribe grows... @jimmysfarm 👯'.

Fans and friends of the Essex-born farmer, who has appeared alongside childhood friend Jamie Oliver on many BBC and Channel 4 programs, were quick to write on comments section to congratulate them on the new addition to their brood, with some joking that he'll now be even more outnumbered.

One said: 'Amazing, Caela! She looks wonderfully clear and quite perfect. Really hope all goes so well for you and next 10 weeks speeds by. Good luck and all our love.'

A second wrote: 'Love that Jim is now going to be spectacularly outnumbered! Congratulations x'

Jimmy and Michaela have been married since 2009

Another commented: 'That’s amazing Caela! Such happy happy news. 4 girls! Gorgeous!!'

The pair are already parents to three girls - Cora Mae, Molly Rose and Neve Beatrice, who was born in 2015.

Taking to Instagram to announce the birth of his third child at the time, Jimmy wrote: 'Best Christmas present ever! Only 2 hrs old another little girl to join the family. Both baby and @caeladoherty doing well.'

Jimmy and Michaela tied the knot in 2009, and had their reception on his farm in Suffolk.

The Suffolk-based farmer, who grew up with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, currently hosts Food Unwrapped alongside Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbutt, and also stars on Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast, alongside his best pal.


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