Harry Kane has revealed his wife Kate is pregnant with their fourth child.
The England star, 29, took to social media to share the exciting news that they will be welcoming a new arrival in the coming months.
In his post, Harry shared a sweet polaroid snap of Kate holding their positive pregnancy test, along with an image of their unborn baby’s ultrasound.
He captioned the post: ‘Over the moon to be expecting baby No.4! Coming soon…’
In the post, which Kate also shared on her Instagram, they shared a video from their baby’s ultrasound, where they asked their three children whether they believe it’s a boy or a girl.
Surprise! Harry Kane has revealed his wife Kate is pregnant with their fourth child
Funny! The England star took to Instagram to share the news, along with a post showing their children’s funny predictions of whether the baby will be a boy or a girl
Their eldest daughter Ivy guessed a girl, their second child Vivienne said a boy, while their son Louis, guessed a car.
The news comes just days after Harry was joined by his family at England’s latest victory over Ukraine at Wembley Stadium, after he became England’s record highest goalscorer.
In a sweet video, Kate shared a clip of the moment their children rushed onto the pitch to greet their proud dad.
Harry shares daughters Ivy, six, and Vivienne, five, and son Louis, two, with wife Kate, who he tied the knot with in 2019 in a lavish oceanside ceremony.
The duo have enjoyed Kane’s rise together – speaking in 2015, he revealed that they went to the same school and occasionally struggle to believe his rise to celebrity status.
Harry first discussed their relationship in an interview with Esquire, saying: ‘We went to school together, so she’s seen my whole career. Of course, she’s finding it a little crazy.’
It comes after the family also upported Harry in Qatar for the World Cup in December, as his girls sported the team shirt with ‘Daddy’ printed on the back as well as his number nine.
England faced a devastating loss to France in the World Cup quarter final and Harry took responsibility for the exit and gave manager Gareth Southgate his full backing.
Together: Harry shares daughters Ivy, six, and Vivienne, five, and son Louis, two, with wife Kate, who he tied the knot with in 2019 in a lavish oceanside ceremony
Stellar: It comes after Harry was awarded the title of England’s all-time biggest ever Goalscorer following the Three Lions’ victory over Italy
Sweet: The news comes just days after Harry was joined by his family at England’s latest victory over Ukraine at Wembley, after he became England’s record highest goalscorer
The game was particularly difficult for England captain Harry after he missed a second penalty.
He skied a penalty as France won 2-1 at Al Bayt Stadium to set up a semi-final clash with Morocco.
Having earlier equalised Aurelien Tchouameni’s fine opening strike with a well-taken spot-kick, equalling Wayne Rooney’s England scoring record in the process, Kane blazed over a second after Olivier Giroud’s deflected header had put France back ahead.
‘It is a really tough night to take,’ Kane said in the aftermath of the loss.
‘I am gutted, the team are gutted. We had full belief that we could achieve something special at this World Cup but it came down to small details.
‘I thought on the night we had the better chances and better spells in the game. It comes down to execution. As captain, I take it on the chin and responsibility missing the penalty.
‘It is hard to take for sure but I can be proud of the group, proud of each other for what we’ve done. This will hurt for a while but we will dust ourselves down to get ready in the future.’