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Emma Willis 'expecting baby no. 3'

Published 08/12/2015

Emma and Matt Willis
Emma and Matt Willis

Big Brother host Emma Willis and her Busted husband Matt will reportedly welcome a third child in May 2016.

TV host Emma Willis and her husband Matt are reportedly expecting their third baby.

The Voice UK presenter married the Busted singer in 2008 and they already raise daughter Isabelle, six, son Ace, four, together. Now it's been reported they are expanding their brood even further, with their latest addition apparently due on 8 May next year (16) - the day of Matt's 33rd birthday.

Britain's The Sun newspaper claims Emma and Matt have already been to their three-month scan and are now telling family and friends their happy news.

It would mean there's a busy time ahead for the couple, who have plenty of work commitments coming up. Emma will present The Voice live shows in March (16), and Big Brother, which she also hosts, usually kicks off in May (16). Meanwhile, Matt is due to tour with the newly reformed Busted in May (16).

“Emma and Matt are thrilled. It’s something they’ve been talking about for some time," an insider told The Sun.

“But there will have to be compromises as the baby will come at a time when they’re both super busy.

“Emma has major commitments to The Voice and Big Brother, which she’d obviously like to honour, and Matt has been fully focusing on making Busted’s comeback go well.

“They know they’ll make it work. They’re used to juggling their family with increasingly busy careers.”

According to the newspaper, Channel 5 "loves" Emma, so would be happy to work around her alleged pregnancy to keep her as the Big Brother host.

Emma will also be back for Celebrity Big Brother in January (16), with the house undergoing a Victorian makeover for the new series.

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