Queer Eye’s Tan France announces expecting first child with husband Rob

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Parenthood: Tan and her husband Rob welcome a child into the world with “the greatest gift / help from the most wonderful surrogate mother”;  Tan and Rob in the photo


Tan France from Queer Eye is expecting her first child with her husband Rob thanks to “the greatest gift / help from the most wonderful surrogate mother”.

He made the cheerful Instagram post on Tuesday, which featured a playful snap of the British fashion designer, 37, holding a sonogram across her chiseled stomach.

‘So happy to finally share that WE HAVE A BABY !! No, I am not pregnant, despite this VERY realistic photo ”, captioned France, noting that the baby would one day arrive“ this summer ”.

Waiting! Queer Eye’s Tan France announced via Instagram on Tuesday that he was expecting his first child, an ad that featured a playful snap of the British fashion designer, 37, holding a sonogram on his stomach.

“Rob and I are fortunate to be close to parenthood this summer. Something we have wanted for so many years.

“Our hearts are so full right now. I can’t wait to hold this baby and show him so much love, ”concluded France, which has nearly 4 million followers on the platform.

With his shirtless ultrasound, Tan included a sweet image of himself and his almost 14-year-old husband posing in front of snow-capped mountains.

Parenthood: Tan and her husband Rob welcome a child into the world with “the greatest gift / help from the most wonderful surrogate mother”;  Tan and Rob in the photo

Parenthood: Tan and her husband Rob welcome a child into the world with “the greatest gift / help from the most wonderful surrogate mother”; Tan and Rob in the photo

Rob, who happens to be a professional illustrator, also used his Instagram to let the world know about the couple’s pregnancy.

“We have a beautiful little angel on the way and I didn’t think it was humanly possible to feel that,” said the artist, who also serves as a pediatric nurse.

Using his artistic talent, Rob conjured up a surreal drawing of how he envisions the appearance of their unborn child in the surrogate’s womb.

The couple, who currently reside in Salt Lake City, Utah, married in 2007.

In 2019, Tan openly expressed his desire to “become a father” someday, admitting that it had been a dream of his for some time.

“I’ve wanted kids since I was 19, 20,” he told host Terry Gross in an interview with Fresh Air. “If I had had a stable relationship then, I would have desperately tried to have children. “

Announcing his 2021 announcement, Tan pointed out to the interviewer that “surrogacy for gay men costs a lot.”

Biggest Wish: In 2019, Tan openly expressed his desire to `` become a father '' someday, admitting that it had been a dream of his for some time;  Tan photographed in 2019

Biggest Wish: In 2019, Tan openly expressed his desire to `` become a father '' someday, admitting that it had been a dream of his for some time;  Tan photographed in 2019

Biggest Wish: In 2019, Tan openly expressed his desire to “become a father” someday, admitting that it had been a dream of his for some time; Tan photographed in 2019

And despite the success of Queer Eye’s Netflix reboot, France sprang up when he wanted to “be a stay-at-home dad, which I wanted for many, many years.”

“And so that was the plan. And actually, I’m crazy, I still want six. I don’t know if this will happen, but yes I still want six kids.

He also spoke fondly of his “happy” relationship with husband Rob, who he had been married to for 11 years at the time of his appearance on Fresh Air in 2019.

“I could write 10 books on how much I love my husband. He’s the most impressive man I know, ”he gushes.

Bliss: He also spoke fondly of his `` happy '' relationship with husband Rob, who he had been married to for 11 years at the time of his appearance on Fresh Air in 2019;  Rob and Tan pictured in 2018

Bliss: He also spoke fondly of his `` happy '' relationship with husband Rob, who he had been married to for 11 years at the time of his appearance on Fresh Air in 2019;  Rob and Tan pictured in 2018

Bliss: He also spoke fondly of his “happy” relationship with her husband Rob, who he had been married to for 11 years at the time of his appearance on Fresh Air in 2019; Rob and Tan pictured in 2018

Stay at home?  Despite the success of Queer Eye's Netflix reboot, France sprang up when he wanted to

Stay at home?  Despite the success of Queer Eye's Netflix reboot, France sprang up when he wanted to

Stay at home? Despite the success of Queer Eye’s Netflix reboot, France sprang up when he wanted to “be a stay-at-home dad, which I wanted for many, many years”; Tan photographed on Queer Eye

France joined the highly successful Queer Eye reboot in 2018, alongside Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk.

The original version of the series, which also aimed to revamp the lives of guests with the help of the expertise of the Fab 5, first premiered in 2003 and aired on Bravo for four years.

Unlike its reboot, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy paired hosts with guests who were “straight men,” while Queer Eye matches hosts with people of all genders and belief systems looking to positively change their lives. current lifestyle.

Queer Eye: France joined the highly successful Queer Eye reboot in 2018, alongside Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk;  the cast photographed in 2018

Queer Eye: France joined the highly successful Queer Eye reboot in 2018, alongside Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk;  the cast photographed in 2018

Queer Eye: France joined the highly successful Queer Eye reboot in 2018, alongside Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk; the cast photographed in 2018

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