Jack Osbourne and his wife Lisa have announced that they are expecting another baby. The couple, who are already parents to young daughter Pearl, delighted fans by sharing the news online.
Reaching out to his 165,000 followers on Instagram, Jack posted a photo of the two important girls in his life – Lisa and toddler Pearl – and captioned it: "Supprise!!!!! #round2 #babyinbound."
In the sweet snap, fair-haired Pearl was pictured cuddling up to her mum and beaming out at the camera, while Lisa proudly showed off her burgeoning baby bump.
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Jack Osbourne and his wife Lisa are already parents to daughter Pearl
It seems that Pearl has already started thinking about her big sister duties. Uploading the same photo on her blog Raddest Mom, Lisa explained how her firstborn was preparing for her important role.
"I'm pregnant!" wrote Lisa. "Pearl is very happy to become a big sister. She diligently reads her 'I'm a big sister' books every night & recites to me her plans of bathing, feeding, singing to, and holding the baby. We are more than halfway through this thing & are very excited to be parents again! Thanks for all the well wishes."
Jack's older sister Kelly Osbourne shared her excitement on Twitter, writing "I'M GOING TO BE AN AUNTIE AGAIN!!!" alongside a host of happy-faced emoticons.
Jack Osbourne's wife Lisa previously suffered a miscarriage with the couple's second baby
Jack and Lisa welcomed daughter Pearl almost three years ago, in April 2012. The couple married later that year in a romantic ceremony in Hawaii.
The following year they announced that they were expecting another baby, but Lisa tragically suffered a miscarriage in her second trimester, announcing that she had lost their baby son. Jack was also fighting another battle, having been diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis in 2012.
The couple have kept a positive outlook, however, with Jack's famous mum Sharon Osbourne previously revealing to People that her son "wants about five kids and Lisa comes from a big family, too. They both want to have a whole brood."