After expressing her gratitude to everyone for their nice words in response to the news that she was expecting a child, Mollie King has turned to her followers for guidance.
The singer, who is 35 years old and a member of the band The Saturdays, announced on Wednesday that she and her fiance, Stuart Broad, are expecting their first child together.
This evening, Mollie posted a beaming message on her Instagram Stories in which she thanked everyone for their kind words and stated, “I wanted to give such a massive thank you for all of your kind comments, they mean so lot.” We simply cannot contain our excitement.
“Neither one of us is able to refrain from discussing it. We have the impression that we still have a lot to learn. I can’t stop asking my older sisters, “Oh, when am I supposed to do this? When exactly does this begin to take place?
“So, yes, we are absolutely savouring each and every minute of this adventure, and I couldn’t be happier that the two of you can now be a part of it with us.
“It seems like there is a great deal more for us to learn. Therefore, if you have any suggestions or anything else, please send it on. We are completely inexperienced in this area.”
Mollie announced the happy news that she and her fiance Stuart are expecting by posting a sweet black and white snapshot of Stuart planting a kiss on her growing baby tummy.
This is what she wrote: “We are overjoyed to announce that Stuart and I will soon become parents, as we are expecting our first child later this year! We couldn’t possibly be happier about this.”
Her close pals hurried to the comments section of the post to offer their congratulations to the singer and former Strictly Come Dancing star. One of her former bandmates, Rochelle Humes, wrote: “Best news ever.”
While Jess Wright, who just recently became a mother, added, “This is so wonderful congrats sweetie,” on the post.
Another member of the Saturdays, Frankie Bridge, enthused about it: “Can. Not. Wait!”
“Wow! Congratulations to you both! “Denise Van Outen said. “This is really cool.”
It comes only a few days after Mollie’s cricketer fiance Stuart stated that the two of them have not yet yet yet able to finalise a date for their wedding.
The pair were engaged in January of the previous year, and although they had planned to officially tie the knot later that summer, it did not end up happening.
It is stated that they believed that things were too unclear in the midst of the epidemic, and as a result, they decided to postpone their wedding, despite the fact that it is now impossible to find availability.
Because Stuart, who is a member of the England cricket team, has stated that “everything is booked up” for dates in the near future, the pair doesn’t anticipate getting married until the next year at the earliest.
He stated to The Express that: “It is apparent that this has been a challenging period for wedding planning. During the summer before last, we discussed giving it a go, but ultimately decided against it because we believed there was too much of a chance that it would not go forward.”
In light of the fact that, according to Stuart, “everything is booked up” at the moment, he and Mollie, who was a member of the pop group the Saturdays, are required to “play a tiny patience game at the moment.”