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In a clip uploaded onto her Instagram Stories, Olivia explained: "One of the movements I've got on camera... every time I go to video baby just stops."
You can watch the video below:
Olivia, 28 and husband Alex, 30, announced they're expecting their first child together with an adorable post on New Year's Day. They later shared a video montage of them telling family and friends.
"We are so unbelievably over flowing with love. It’s so hard to find the words to describe anything right now! We could not be more thankful, grateful & appreciative of every single one of your messages. I am reading through them all again & again wondering how we got so lucky to be so loved & cared for by so many people. It’s just so much more than we could ever of expected," Olivia said at the time.
"We managed to film so many of our friends & families reactions over time & every time I cried & felt so bloody happy to be able to share this news with our favourite people in the world. We love them so much for keeping our secret for so long, I know it was difficult haha!"
Olivia recently shared the full video of Alex finding out she's pregnant, which you can watch here.
In the adorable clip, Olivia explains she had done the test upstairs before coming down to break the news to Alex.
She can be seen standing in the room where the camera is, holding the test, while Alex can be heard outside of the room saying: "You aren't? No you're not," before running into the room and cuddling Olivia.
Earlier this week, the couple shared a very intimate pregnancy question on Instagram - and couldn't stop laughing.
Olivia asked Alex whether he thinks it's common for husbands with pregnant wives to help shave their "noonie" when they're no longer able to.
Alex's reaction is so hilarious we can't stop watching! You can see the full clip here.
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