Holly Willoughby, 39, and Phillip Schofield, 59, were among the long list of famous faces speaking out on Rochelle Humes’ exciting baby news. The This Morning guest presenter revealed she was pregnant with her third child with husband and co-presenter Marvin on Easter Sunday.
Rochelle revealed she has been crying yesterday after suffering painful morning sickness in the second trimester of her pregnancy.
She had previously shared her struggles with morning sickness with fans, but said that her symptoms have only gotten worse.
The 31-year-old star wrote in view of her 1.8 million Instagram followers: “Today has by far been one of the hardest days to get through…this ‘morning’ (or all day) sickness really isn’t budging.
“I shut myself in the front room today and cried.”
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Rochelle cuddled her adorable kids Valentina, six, and Alaia-May, three with husband Marvin Humes in the photo, and added: “These little ladies must have sensed it as they have been as good as gold for me all day. Early night tonight I think…”
The This Morning star revealed that the couple are expecting a baby boy later this year.
Her ITV colleagues rushed to congratulate the presenter on her exciting news at the time.
Holly, who also has three children: Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and five-year-old Chester with her husband Dan Baldwin gushed over Rochelle’s pregnancy.
Holly vented about husband Dan, as she told viewers: “I’ll tell you what, Dan is obviously working from home and I have discovered something which I didn’t know before, which is really annoying.
“He taps and types really loudly, there is no reason to hit those keys as loudly as he does. He’s like,” the star then loudly mimicked his typing skills.”
She added: “I’m like shut up! Don’t do that, especially when he brings his laptop into bed and is sitting there writing an email. I’m like, ‘No.'”
However, chef John Torode, 54, was able to offer Holly some advice as he cooked up a banana french toast recipe via video link on This Morning yesterday.