Gogglebox star announces she's pregnant as Izzi Warner says 'Awwwww'

Gogglebox's Georgia Bell has excitedly announced she's expecting her second child, with the new bundle of joy set to arrive in November. She revealed it on social media today and was shown a whole lot of love from fellow stars of the show.

The TV star took to social media today to share the joyful news with her followers, posting a series of snaps and penning: "One more to adore...Baby Newby #2 Nov 24."

In one of the images, Georgia can be seen exuberantly cutting into a gender reveal cake, yet she chose to keep the baby's sex a secret for now. Georgia, alongside her partner Josh Newby, are already doting parents to their son Hugo, who was welcomed into the world in July 2022.

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Fellow Gogglebox cast members were quick to offer their congratulations, with Sophie Sandiford commenting: "Aw congratulations."

Izzi Warner chimed in with: "Aww such a cute announcement! Congratulations", and her sister Ellie also expressed her delight: "Wonderful news! Congratulations."

Georgia, who graces the Gogglebox sofa with her best mate Abbie, has been a beloved part of the Newcastle-based pair on the show since 2018.

Following the birth of her first child, Georgia faced criticism from some quarters after sharing details of her labour, which some accused her of making sound too easy.

Her original post read: "Labour five hours. Push 20 minutes."

However, after receiving backlash, Georgia stood her ground, stating: "Little bit sick of the grief I am getting after posting this yesterday. By no means was I bragging of having an 'easy birth' it wasn't like that at all."

She then candidly discussed the challenging aspects of childbirth, including the "intense" pain and the stitches required post-delivery.

"So for those wondering, I was induced the evening before and had my waters broke the following morning at 7am and Hugh was in my arms by 12.31pm," she shared.

"I must add I was also on a hormone drip and took part in research to see if the higher the dose of hormones given would reduce the risk of a section so let me tell you the contractions were intense.