Tudors star Jonathan is set to become a dad for the first time, with his fiancée Mara taking to Instagram to confirm the lovely news.
Mara posted an adorable snap of her visiting Santa, where she posed belly-to-belly with him to show off her growing bump. She captioned the photo: '#IncomingPackage best present. #ThankYouLord 🙏🏻🙌🏻😇 #SantaBelly 🙊😂'
The post, which has over 1,000 likes, has been flooded with messages of congratulations from fans for the mum-to-be. One user wrote: 'Oh my congratulations to you both so pleased for you 💕' and another added: 'Beautiful mara and congratulations for you and jonny big kiss 💋 amazing news'
Mara looks happy and relaxed in the photo, smiling proudly while she shows off her beautiful bump.
She later shared another snap of her showing off her pregnancy figure in a floaty maternity dress, and explained in the post that their baby 'Has not let me eat much meat entire pregnancy either' leading her to believe that their little one will be 'super conscious, connected & aware'
Our other official prego wego dress. Found in #Amsterdam #Noordermarkt for 15 euros ðčÖőðčĆ» yes please. Every other day I dunno as I have other dresses but Baby likes these ones ... is super conscious, connected & aware. Has not let me eat much meat entire pregnancy either ... has me thinking about things I'd rather live in ignorance to. #speciesism waat just stap ðčś©ðčÖł ðčśçðč‘½ðč¦ä angel alien baby about to rock my world I already know ðčÖä #thankful for my soon to be best teacher and friend ðč¤”ðčśŹðčśÉ
Jonathan and Mara got engaged in 2014, and have reportedly secretly tied the knot after Mara referred to the actor as her 'hubby' on her social media account.
Jonathan, 39, is currently in recovery after battling alcohol addiction, and last year posted a public apology to his fans after suffering a relapse.
He wrote via Mara's Instagram account: 'Mara and I are thankful for your support and kindness during this time. I apologizes [sic] for having a minor relapse and hope that people don't think too badly of me.
'I feel I made a mistake and feel quite embarrassed but this was just a blip in my recovery otherwise I'm living a healthy life.'