Strictly Come Dancing winner and former gymnast Louis Smith is set to become a first-time father.
The 31-year-old has shared he and girlfriend Charlie Bruce will be welcoming a baby girl into their family.
Smith wrote on Instagram: "Doing life on my terms. A big surprise and it’s amazing to be having a baby girl with my woman @charliebruce1990. In this crazy time and during a global struggle I wish everyone a happy life and a world of positivity. Find the light in darkness’s [sic] and the hope at the end of a tunnel.
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"Life is full of ups and downs and right now we are taking an up."
He posted a slow-motion video of the gender reveal as Smith burst a balloon with help from a catapult resulting in pink confetti exploding from it.
In a separate post to her own Instagram page, dancer Bruce confirmed her due date is in February.
The happy news comes almost two years after Smith retired from professional gymnastics at the age of 29.
During his sporting career he won bronze on the pommel horse at the 2008 Beijing Games, later claiming a team bronze at the men's artistic team all-around event in London 2012 as well as the silver medal in the men's pommel horse.
In 2012, Smith also took part in Strictly where he was partnered with professional dancer Flavia Cacace with the pair ultimately winning the contest.
After announcing his retirement from gymnastics in 2018, he went on to star in West End show Rip It Up alongside fellow Strictly stars Harry Judd, Aston Merrygold and Jay McGuiness.
He will also be starring opposite Love Island winner Amber Davies in the upcoming UK tour of Bring It On the musical.