Noel Fielding and his 10-year-old girlfriend Lliana Bird are expecting their second child together.
Radio presenter Lliana revealed the happy news on her Instagram page, showing off her round belly while baking pancakes on Friday.
The couple are already parents to their daughter Dali, whom they welcomed in 2018.
On Hold: Noel Fielding and his 10-year-old girlfriend Lliana Bird are expecting their second child together (pictured together in 2015)
Revealing her bump on Instagram, Lliana told her followers that she would be taking maternity leave from her radio show.
She wrote: “I actually cooked a little something myself this lockdown so I’m starting my @radiox swim leave this week,
“And while I will continue to post my lazy mom recipes for all of you here on insta, I am also delighted that the mean lady who is @pollyjames is keeping my seat warm in the months to come on #SundayChill.”
“I wish her love and luck and please show her a lot of support. In the meantime, I’ll continue to post Lazy Mum Recipes and Videos as often as possible here, so see you soon!
Glowing: Lliana looked amazing as she baked pancakes and showed off her bump in a polka dot playsuit during her Instagram video
Mama: She is already a mother-daughter Dali, born in 2018
Announcement: The radio presenter told her fans that she will now take maternity leave from her show
Lliana looked sensational cooking the pancakes while wearing a polka dot playsuit that emphasized the size of her bump.
The news comes after Noel returned to the set of The Great British Bake Off to a new location closer to Paul Hollywood’s home.
There were fears that the Bake Off would happen this year, thanks to the global health crisis that plunged film and television production into doubt.
Filming again: The happy news arrives as Noel takes over the set of Bake Off (pictured with Paul Hollywood)
But it was confirmed in July that the 2020 series will continue, after a three-month delay in filming amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The popular Channel 4 show was due to go into production in April, before the pandemic and subsequent lockdown failed all plans.
However, Sky Studios CEO Gary Davey revived all hopes for the show’s return on Wednesday, when he revealed that filming was “going very well.”
It was also reported that the judges and presenters of the shows were quarantined before filming, to allow close interaction on set.
Back to work: The Great British Bake Off resumed filming in July after coronavirus delay