Joe Wicks shares adorable snaps as he announces birth of fourth child with wife Rosie

Joe Wicks

Joe Wicks shared the news on his Instagram page

Olivia Gantzer

By Olivia Gantzer

Published: 17/06/2024

- 18:53

Updated: 17/06/2024

- 19:22

The fitness coach and presenter shared the happy news on Monday

Joe Wicks has announced his wife Rosie has given birth to their fourth child.

The fitness guru posted some adorable snaps of his newborn son after revealing he had been born at home.

The 38-year-old took to social media to share the news with fans, writing alongside the photos: "Today at 9.30am we welcomed our 4th baby into the world.

"A little boy weighing 7lbs 13oz. Rosie gave birth at home. The NHS midwives from St Peter’s hospital were amazing."

He concluded: "Rosie and the baby are both doing well and getting some rest."

Fans were quick to share messages of congratulations with The Body Coach star.

Fans were quick to congratulate the couple, with some big names leaving a message in the comments section.

Media personality Zoe Sugg penned: "Congratulations Wicks family," while singer Olly Murs added: "Awww mate big love! another member of the awesome Wicks family!!"

Presenter Ruth Langsford beamed: "Congratulations! What a beauty".

Presenter Gaby Roslin commented: "Huge congratulations and sending love to the 6 of you."

The couple also share three older children, Indie, Marley and Leni.

Wicks hasn't yet shared the name of his youngest son, but last week he asked for fans' help to choose one.

On Saturday, he stated: "Baby update. No baby yet. Four days to due date. Amazed at how many people are messaging say it is as boy. What do you think?

"I keep having dreams that it’s a boy too. So excited to meet the new baby. I think it’s coming Tuesday next week."

Joe Wicks

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Fans shared their own predictions as well as some name suggestions.

The couple have been married since 2019, with the two fitness enthusiasts having first met in 2016.

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