Joe Wicks announced in March that he and Rosie Jones are expecting baby number three.
The proud parents are already mum and dad to three year old Indie and two year old Marley and previously said they were “sooo excited” about the latest addition to their family.
As the couple have just weeks to go until their little one arrives, they jetted off to Spain for a babymoon and to celebrate model Rosie turning 32.
Taking to Instagram, Joe, 36, penned a sweet message for his wife that he shared with his 4.5 million followers: “Happy birthday Rosie [heart emoji] I feel like the luckiest man in the world spending another birthday with you. Love you more than ever.”
He also gave a peek inside the couple’s trip to Ibiza and what they’ve been up to.
To celebrate Rosie’s special day, the pair enjoyed a dinner at the rural setting of Casa Maca hotel on the Spanish island.
For the occasion Rosie donned a black strappy dress accessorised with plenty of big beads on her necklace, while Joe kept it casual in a grey tee.
Their dinner looked sensational as they feasted upon a salad, steak and plenty of Spanish tapas.
Later Joe let fans know that the couple have only 6.5 weeks until their little one comes into the world as he shared a snap of Rosie in a lilac bikini while asking followers to share their thoughts whether it’ll be a boy or a girl.
During a recent interview with The Sun, Joe revealed that he and Rosie want “four kids, minimum” as there is “nothing better” than being a parent.
Speaking about loving being a dad, he added: “Being a dad has made me more content. I’ve got more of a balance now. It’s so easy to work, work, work and take every opportunity but now I find the time to enjoy the little things.
“It’s non-negotiable that I do bathtime and read the children a book before bed. I get so much happiness from that because I didn’t have that as a kid.”
It’s not the first time he’s spoken about wanting a big family either.
In June 2020, he told the Loose Women panel: “I do want a big family. I tell you what though, the reality when you have two kids and you realise how challenging it is.
“I do respect and admire people who have five, six, seven kids – I think, ‘How do they do it?'”