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Joanna Gaines shares a brand new photo of significantly grown baby bump in elegant black dress

Apr 05, 2018
07:52 P.M.
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This celebrity couple decided to share important news with their Instagram followers in a really fun fashion.

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According to Country Music NationFixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines took to Instagram to share some exciting news with their fans.

They’re expecting their fifth child, and Chip announced the news with a funny photo, in which he's accompanied by his wife.

In the funny post, Chip can be seen puffing out his stomach while trying to look bigger than his wife's pregnancy belly.

Chip and Joanna are already parents to two sons, Drake and Duke, and also two daughters, Ella Rose and Emmie Kay.

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Fans were desperately looking everywhere to see if the couple was hinting anything about the name of the baby, and even more important, the gender.

Finally, Chip and Joanna revealed the gender of their fifth child while Chip was talking to a young fan named Gage when they were at Tim Tebow’s annual celebrity gala and golf tournament.

Chip asked Gage if he could help him think of a “D” name for the new baby and Gage instantly knew that it meant that the baby is a boy.

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The couple is handling many projects alongside the pregnancy, including finishing the final season of Fixer Upper, opening a new restaurant, and the launch of the new Joanna's cookbook.

On Tuesday, April 3, 2018, Joanna used her blog to provide fans with more updates about what is going on with her, her family, and her pregnancy.

Joanna said that this pregnancy has been really fun for her, as she enjoys seeing how excited her children get when they talk about meeting their baby brother.

Although the couple thought it was time to take a step back and focus on their family and businesses when they decided to end Fixer Upper, Joanna's sure that it was meant to be.

“I truly believe this baby is a gift from God for our family in this season," she finally said.

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