British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expecting his second child with wife Carrie Johnson.
The expectant mum, 33, announced the news on her private Instagram page last weekend, and will welcome a baby boy or girl into the world in December.
Carrie uploaded a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a heartfelt caption, revealing the couple suffered a miscarriage earlier this year.
She said her pregnancy with her second child has now made her feel “incredibly blessed.”
She wrote: “Hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas.
“At the beginning of the year, I had a miscarriage which left me heartbroken. I feel incredibly blessed to be pregnant again but I‘ve also felt like a bag of nerves.”
The pair welcomed their firstborn, little Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, into the world on April 29 2020. He was named after doctors who saved the PM’s life.
The proud parents showed off their son on May 2 – with his middle name Nicholas in tribute to the medics who treated Boris as he fought coronavirus.
Carrie gave birth to Wilfred just 16 days after Boris fought for his life in intensive care with coronavirus in the midst of the first lockdown last year.
Wilfred was pictured again in July while getting a loving cuddle from his mum while taking part in a Zoom call with staff at University College London Hospitals.
She told midwives how “incredibly grateful” she was for the “most amazing care” she got.