Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews are expecting their first child together.
The 32-year-old Irish DJ-and-presenter has revealed she is four months into her pregnancy and that the couple - who met on Channel 4's "The Jump" last year - found out after doing a test during their break to the South of France over the festive period.
In an interview with HELLO! magazine, Vogue said: "We were together when we did the test, on holiday in the South of France over Christmas, and we were just like, "Wow". Regardless of how long you plan it for or how long you've wanted it, it's still like, "Oh my God!" It's such exciting news."
Former "Made in Chelsea" star Spencer says they had been trying for a baby and were made up with how soon Vogue became pregnant.
The dark-haired hunk says he feels like "the luckiest man in the world" and is "doubly blessed" as the pair are set to tie the knot.
He said: "I think we were more taken aback by how quickly it had worked, as opposed to the fact we're having a kid. Because we had already begun to try.
"So I just considered myself the luckiest man in the world when we got the baby news. We were heading down that matrimonial road anyway, so now we feel doubly blessed."
Vogue - who is a fitness fanatic - suffered with morning sickness at first, but is through that now and is loving watching her bump grow.
She said: "I've got my energy back now though, and I'm feeling brilliant.
"It's quite joyous to be in this stage now. I can see it in my tummy.
"I've always tried to keep a toned stomach; well, that's gone!
"I want to have the full bump now already because I sort of look like I just had a big meal last night."
Spencer, 28, can't wait to become a father and he thinks they will be the best parents to their little boy or girl.
He added: "We simply couldn't be happier. I think we'll make great parents. We just can't wait to give all our love to this child."
Though the couple are thrilled to have got engaged, they haven't started planning their wedding just yet, but Spencer recently revealed he designed Vogue's engagement ring himself.