Jack Whitehall's girlfriend Roxy Horner confirms the sex of their baby

Jack Whitehall's girlfriend Roxy Horner has revealed the sex of their baby.

The comedian announced last month that the pair are expecting a child together, and in a new interview, model Roxy opened up about her excitement over being a mum.

Asked if she was nervous during an appearance on Steph's Packed Lunch, the star replied: "Weirdly no… maybe I should be. I don't know, I'm very excited. I've always wanted a baby and a family, it's always been on the cards."

london, england october 18 jack whitehall and roxy horner attend the uk premiere of black adam at cineworld leicester square on october 18, 2022 in london, england photo by karwai tangwireimage
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She then confirmed that they will be having a girl, teasing of the potential name: "We've thought of some names, but I feel like there are none that are really sticking out – so if anyone's got any ideas?"

During the chat, Roxy was asked if her pregnancy has impacted her diabetes, the star explaining: "Yeah it has done. So your sugar levels go up a lot higher during pregnancy because you become more resistant. So it's quite hard to manage.

"And its changing weekly, whereas before I was pregnant I knew exactly my carb to insulin ratio, whereas now its changing all the time, so I'm having to up my insulin dose pretty much daily at the moment. Because I'm in the third trimester, and that's when it really kicks in."

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Jack originally confirmed that they were expecting a baby with a series of scan pictures, writing at the time: "And I thought I wasn't getting enough attention when the dog arrived…".

The news came after the pair previously experienced a miscarriage, Roxy telling Hello!: "I think because we did go through that miscarriage you realise how fragile the baby is, and just how common actually a miscarriage is, and that so many women go through it – I had no idea how common it actually was."

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