Cat Deeley announces she’s expecting second child with husband Patrick Kielty

Cat Deeley and her husband Patrick Kielty are already parents to a little boy named Milo, and now they’ve announced they’re expecting their second baby together – and very soon too!

TV star Cat and her husband Patrick are expectingtheir second child together, and excited mum Cat took to Twitter to announce the lovely news to her fans.

‘Over the moon to share that Milo is going to be a big brother,’ she wrote.

‘Can’t wait to be a family of four in the spring. We’re all so excited.’

Cat accompanied her words with a heart emoji.

Fans were quick to send congratulatory messages to the couple and the status was ‘liked’ over 5000 times.

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‘Ah that’s fabulous news. Congratulations to you and @PatricKielty and Milo,’ one said.

Another added: ‘Congratulations to you and Patrick! Really exciting news!’

Cat and Patrick tied the knot on 30 September 2012 at an intimate ceremony in Rome, Italy.

The loved-up pair welcomed a little boy named Milo in 19 January 2016.

Cat started her career as a fashion model before swapping the runway for hosting on-screen.

She’s bagged gigs fronting a number of programmes both in the UK and in America over the years including So You Think You Can Dance, Fame Academy and The Record Of The Year.

Cat also worked alongside presenting duo Ant McPartlin – who sadly has just announced his divorce from his wife Lisa – and Declan Donnelly, 42, on Saturday morning kids’ show SM:TV Live for a number of years.

The 41-year-old opened up her plans to expand her brood in a revealing interview last year.

Cat candidly said that her age added to the pressure to conceive, with medical professionals classing her as more at risk than younger mums.

‘I would love some more. But I have got to get on with it if I do,’ she told the Daily Mirror.

‘When you go for your check-ups they call you a ‘geriatric mum’. That is the terminology they use, I swear.

‘They say, “Ma’am, you are triple high risk”.’