Michaela Wain and Harrison Jones, who met in last year's The Apprentice, have announced they're expecting a baby together.
The couple met on Alan Sugar’s show last year, and a year on they’re not only still going strong, they’re about to start a family together!
Michaela and Harrison announced the lovely news on Instagram, following an appearance at the launch of his new food venture – Equals.
The 33-year-old wrote on Instagram: ‘Amazing night for @equalshealth launch and we are pleased to announce we are having a little teeny tiny baby 👶🏻😍😍😍😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ @harrisonjones89’.
Harrison also shared the lovely baby news on his own Instagram account, with the same picture of them. He wrote in the caption: ‘It’s happening – Feel very lucky 😍👶🏻👶🏻 @michaelawain1’.
The expectant mum looked radiant dressed in a grey wrap dress, which beautifully showed off her blossoming baby bump.
It’s unclear when the couple’s first child is due to be born, as they haven’t shared the due date or whether they will be welcoming a boy or a girl.
Fans were quick to congratulate the couple, with one saying: ‘WHAT 😱😱😱😱😱😱 an apprentice baby’.
Another added: ‘Ahhhh this is so great! What a couple. Congratulations x’.
A third also commented: ‘Strange being so giddy for two people I don’t know but congratulations to you both ♥️’.
The couple met on last year’s edition of The Apprentice, and reports in January suggested they were dating, despite the two never confirming the relationship.
However, their social media accounts have been filled with pictures of the duo spending time together ever since they met on the show, and they even spent the holidays together.
This will not be Michaela’s first child, as the entrepreneur is already mum to an eight-year-old son, also called Harrison.
According to The Sun, she calls him ‘miracle child’ as she suffered fifteen miscarriages before having him.
‘I don’t find it difficult to get pregnant, but I’ve had 15 miscarriages in total,’ she told OK! magazine. ‘I had six labours before I had Harrison, and they were giving me medicine to try and slow them down. So when he arrived, it was such a blessing.
‘I’ve had six miscarriages before Harrison and the rest after. I was always hopeful I could get pregnant again after him – my mum kept saying that “your body has done it once, it can happen again” – but it doesn’t look like it’s meant to be again. At some point, I’ll try again.’
Congratulations to the happy couple!