Watch Binky Felstead and Josh 'JP' Patterson announce pregnancy news in our cute video
Made in Chelsea stars Binky Felstead and Josh 'JP' Patterson have discussed their exciting baby news in an exclusive video for HELLO! magazine. The couple, who met on the set of the E4 show, made the announcement in a world exclusive interview and photoshoot in the latest issue of HELLO!, out now.
Speaking on the set of their photoshoot, the on-off couple couldn't hide their excitement as they made the announcement.
"Hello, it's Josh and Binks, we are on our HELLO! shoot revealing some very exciting news – what are we revealing?" Binky prompted Josh.
The couple admitted they were shocked when they found out the news
"We are having a baby," he confirmed.
The couple have admitted that they were shocked to discover that they were expecting their first child together, and are focusing on trying to work out the future status of their relationship.
"It’s obviously been a huge shock to both of us," Binky says of her on-off boyfriend JP. "This is a new start and a new chapter in our lives. I want to be a little family, to be honest. But I'm going to be ok either way. Whatever happens, this baby is not going to be affected. And I know Josh will be part of the baby’s life whether we are together or not. We are a unit now."
One thing is for sure: both Binky and JP can't wait to be parents once their baby is born in the summer. "We're starting this year with a completely blank slate," she says. "It's a new start. We're incredibly lucky, we feel so blessed to be bringing this life into the world."
Read the full interview in HELLO!, out now
After sharing their news with HELLO! magazine, Binky also shared a snap from their joint photoshoot on Instagram on Sunday night. "When you get the best surprise you never knew you always wanted… There's a little 'buh' on the way," she wrote.
JP also posted the same photo on his own profile, telling fans: "I'm thrilled to announce the news is true, such an exciting chapter to our lives. What a year this will be."
Read the full article in HELLO! out now