Bernie Ecclestone is set to become a father for the fourth time at the age of 89, but his 35-year-old daughter Tamara reckons it won't be too much of a stretch for the octogenarian as he's a "young soul".
It was announced earlier in April that he is expecting his first son with his 44-year-old third wife, Fabiana Flosi.
Tamara commented on the pregnancy on This Morning on Tuesday when asked by presenter Eamonn Holmes, who joked the Formula One boss was "258 years old".
"Once my dad and his wife announced the pregnancy we were so happy for them," Tamara shared.
"My dad is such a young soul and he has an amazing energy, and it's just a really sad time so any baby news is happy news."
Bernie is already father to Tamara and her sister Petra, 31, whom he shares with second wife Slavica Radic.
He became a father for the first time during his marriage to Ivy Bamford when they had daughter Deborah, 65.
On becoming a father again, the billionaire told the PA news agency: "I don't see there's any difference between being 89 and 29.
"You've got the same problems I suppose. It's alright."
After the news broke that Bernie was to become a father again, Tamara revealed to the MailOnline how her six-year-old daughter Fifi had quizzed her grandfather and his wife on their family plans before they knew the pair were expecting.
"When Fifi heard the news she was like 'I told you she was having a baby,'" she remarked.