Rebekah Vardy is pregnant! WAG is ‘over the moon’ as she prepares to welcome fifth child with husband Jamie
Rebekah Vardy is reportedly pregnant with her fifth child.
The wife of Leicester City player Jamie is said to be expecting again, with a source claiming that the couple are ‘over the moon’ to be having another baby.
Rebekah and Jamie have two children together, and children from previous relationships that make up their loving family unit.
Cute couple: Rebekah Vardy is reportedly pregnant with her fifth child. The wife of Leicester City player Jamie is said to be expecting again
A source told The Sun: ‘Becky and Jamie are over the moon that she is pregnant again.
‘They can’t wait to welcome another member of the family.
They’ve got enough kids for a five-a-side team now, and to be honest they’d probably be quite good.’
MailOnline has contacted Rebekah and Jamie’s representatives for comment,
Cute couple: Rebekah and Jamie have two children together, and children from previous relationships that make up their loving family unit
Earlier this month, Rebekah was seen in Portugal with three of her children, Taylor (from a previous relationship) and Sofia, five, and Finley, two, from her marriage to Jamie, before heading to her second destination.
The pretty brunette is also mum to Megan, 11, from her previous relationship, while Jamie is also a father to Ella, six, with his ex Emma Daggett.
Rebekah recently made headlines discussing her time in the I’m A Celebrity jungle, hinting the programme is ‘fake’ and revealing producers even tell contestants when to shower and what to talk about.
The star who took part in the 2017 edition of the ITV reality show, also said she was shocked at how many cameras are present in the camp.
Rebekah also claimed they re-shoot some scenes several times, including when the stars cross the bridge heading to their Bushtucker Trials.
Quizzed what surprised her the most about the show, Becky told heat magazine: ‘How edited it is, even down to us walking to the trials. We had to do that walk three or four times.’