Mo Farah's wife Tania is pregnant: 'Looking forward to the next one'

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Mo Farah and his wife Tania are expecting their third baby. The Olympic runner reposted a photo of his pregnant wife showing off her growing bump on Instagram, which she had captioned, "Gained a bit of weight this summer! Looking forward to the next one. #Farahbabyontheway."

In the picture, the proud mum stood sideways on, drawing attention to her baby bump.

#Repost @taniafarah86 ・・・ Gained a bit of weight this summer! Looking forward to the next one #Farahbabyontheway

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Mo Farah and his wife Tania are expecting their third baby together



The couple, who married in Richmond in April 2010, were flooded with congratulatory messages from their social media followers.

Mo, 32, and his long-term love Tania are already the proud parents to twin girls Aisha and Amani, who they welcomed in 2012.

The professional athlete is also the stepdad to Tania's daughter from his wife’s previous relationship, Rhianna, who last month turned ten.

The proud mum shared a photo on her Instagram page of her eldest child smiling at the camera and sweetly captioned it: "On this day 10 years ago I was blessed with my baby Rhianna. Since then, she has been my world, every day for a decade. Words can't describe the love I feel for her."

Olympic star Mo and Tania with their children



Tania regularly shares snap of her adorable girls online. A recent one showed her twin daughters dressed in matching colourful summer dresses, posing with their famous dad. "True love x," she simply captioned the photo.

When his little ones were born almost three years ago, double Olympic gold medallist Mo opened up about their unusual names.

"We wanted some free stuff from Armani," he joked to HELLO! magazine, before explaining that they wanted Muslim names that began with the same initial.

"Twin one, the eldest, is Aisha," said Tania. "Twin two is Amani."

"It's like a fairy tale," she added. "We couldn't ask for anything more."

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