Singer Natasha Bedingfield reveals she’s pregnant with her first child

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  • She was once famous for singing ‘I Wanna Have Your Babies’ in a light-hearted pop song on her second album, but now singer Natasha Bedingfield really is doing just that, as she’s revealed she’s expecting her first child with her husband, Matthew Robinson.

    The British born popstar, who rose to fame in 2004 with her debut album Unwritten, shared the happy news of her pregnancy with fans on social media. The singer said she was ‘thrilled’ to tell the world about her pregnancy.

    Taking to Instagram, the 35-year-old posted a picture of her cuddling up to husband Matt, while he cradled her blossoming belly. She captioned the sweet snap: ‘Matt and I are thrilled to share with you all that we are bringing a new little life into the world! We can’t wait to embark on this amazing journey together. A huge thanks to my friend @itstroyjensen for capturing this wonderful moment in time for us.’

    After Natasha shared the lovely photograph, fans rushed to congratulate the star and her husband.

    ‘Congratulations @natashabedingfield!!! Enjoy your bundle of happiness!’ wrote one fan.

    ‘Sooooo happy for you!!!! Congratulations to the two of you!!! Parenthood is the best!’ commented another on Instagram.

    As well as Natasha’s excited fans, the singer’s famous friends were also quick to congratulate the star on her pregnancy.

    American tennis superstar Serena Williams, who welcomed her first child with fiancé Alexis Ohanian last month, wrote: ‘So happy my friend!’ upon hearing Natasha’s news.

    The mum-to-be said: ‘Thank you darling ! You’re a few months ahead of me so I’ll be picking your brain for tips’ in response to Serena, who is now mum to baby daughter, Alexis.

    Natasha and her husband Matt are yet to reveal their due date or the gender of their baby, but we can’t wait to find out what name they choose for the little one!

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