Atomic Kitten's Jenny Frost has revealed she is expecting twins
The 34-year-old singer and presenter of Snog, Marry, Avoid took to Twitter to share her and husband Vicente Juan Spiteri's happy news, writing:
'So tired,so pukey,so pregnant......so happy! x.'
She then tweeted again to announce it was double the fun!
'Oh & it's twins!!!!! #arrrrrrrrrrrrgh.'
Jenny already has a four-year-old son, Caspar from her relationship with DJ Dominic Thrupp.
She married Spanish scuba diving school owner Vicente Juan Spiteri last year in Ibiza, and said at the time the wedding was 'exactly how I wanted it to be. We couldn't have asked for anything more, it was perfect from beginning to end.'
She had previously been due to marry long-term partner Dominic Thrupp, but called off the wedding - and eventually their eight-year-relationship - when her mother fell ill.
Aw, what happy news! And two new babies on the showbiz block!
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