Queer Eye's Tan France announces he's expecting his second child
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Queer Eye and Next In Fashion presenter Tan France has announced he’s expecting his second child with husband Rob France.
At the time, he shared the birth via Instagram, writing: “Give our son a warm welcome, Ismail France, born July 10th.
“He came 7 weeks early, so he’s been in the NICU for the past three weeks. But, today, we finally got to bring him home. We love him so, so much.”
And today (13 April), France announced that his son Ismail is going to be a big brother in a similar fashion.
He revealed the pregnancy news via a partnership video with organic instant formula brand Bobbie.
France posted a clip of him speaking on Bobbie’s podcast, Milk Drunk, to his Instagram, writing: “Hard to believe it was two years ago today we announced Ismail was on his way! And today - we couldn’t be prouder to share that he’s going to be a big brother!
"Becoming dads has been our greatest joy, and we are so excited to grow our family with the help of our wonderful surrogate,” he added.
Further on in the caption, France announced that he was ‘excited’ to be sharing his surrogacy journey with his fans.
Elsewhere, he also revealed that he will have a “few choice words for anyone with opinions on our choices.”
“We were over the moon. It was the best feeling ever…I was overjoyed, in tears, I couldn’t believe that it had finally happened again, It was just the most incredible feeling.”
Later in the podcast, France also admitted that he was desperate for Ismail to grow up with a sibling.
“We wanted [Ismail] to have someone that will be his person that he’s tethered to. I’m really close to my siblings and my husband is really close with his, so we wanted to create a family where [our child] would have more support than just Rob and I," he explained.
At this moment in time, it’s not known when France’s second child will be born, but Tyla wishes their congratulations to the couple!
You can listen to France’s full interview via the Milk Drunk podcast here.