Love Island stars Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt announce they're expecting third child
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Love Island's Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt have just announced they're expecting their third baby.
They not have taken home the £50,000 cash prize in 2017, but second place seems to be the winning spot for the former bomb disposal expert and Calvin Klein model.
The couple tied the knot in September 2021 and already share daughters Nell, three, and one-year-old Nora.
And they'll soon be adding another bundle of joy to their family.
And this time, it's a boy!
She wrote on Instagram: "Our lovely girls are getting a baby brother ! Delighted to share our little family is growing, baby boy due in Spring 2024, it’s going to be a busy house!"
The post featured a video which showed the adorable family gathered around a chalkboard which read: "Big sister 101, with brand new module, BOYS, final exam, May 2024."
And fans and friends alike have flooded the post with messages of congrats.
"Wow congratulations to you all!!!!" one person wrote.
Another commented: "Oh wow, congratulations. Lovely news."
And their fellow Love Island co-star, Marcel Somerville, also reacted to the wonderful news with some heart emojis.
Camilla and Jamie first appeared on Love Island back in 2017 for the third season.
And it seems that eventually marriage and motherhood wasn't what Camilla expected to happen when she signed up for the show.
"I mean, I never really thought that far ahead when I was on Love Island," she told Tyla in 2021. "It didn't even cross my mind when I was on the show.
"But obviously, I appreciate how incredibly lucky I've been now."
She then explained how much she enjoyed sharing her pregnancy with Jamie, and opened up about the challenges of motherhood, too.
"Becoming a mother is so overwhelming," Camilla continued to say.
"We're all trying to be the best we can be for our babies. What works for one family might not work for someone else.
"It's so important that we're able to speak to other parents without casting judgement, because these judgements can have a real effect.
"We want people to have a place where they can definitely share their experiences, but they can get advice that can help and empower parents.
"But in terms of our lives, I think Jamie and I together just felt that it all it all came together perfectly and we are so, so happy."
Huge congratulations to Jamie and Camilla!