Kelvin Fletcher’s wife Liz has announced that she is expecting twins.

Kelvin, 38, a star on Strictly Come Dancing, and Liz, his beloved wife, are proud parents to Milo, three years old, and Marnie, five-years old.

Now, the couple have announced that they will be welcoming two more children to their family – following Liz’s December pregnancy news.

They shared their happy news together as they appeared together on BBC Breakfast on Monday 17 January.

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Sally Nugent, the host of BBC Breakfast, said that Sally Nugent had already spoken with them before they appeared on BBC Breakfast. She stated: “You were already very busy before you started a farm with your two young children. You have some news to share this morning. It is …”

Liz joyfully exclaimed, “We’re having two more children!”

Kelvin laughed with the happy couple as he added, “We kinda recently discovered that – to add another curtball if you’d like – we don’t really do things by halves.

“We discovered that we are having two babies, so we have twins!”

Kelvin, the father-to-be, said, referring to his farm, “It was an absolute eyes-opener, so we’ll be delivering Lambs for the very first time… Although I won’t be delivering babies, it will be very busy.

“So, yeah, four children!”

In December, the couple shared news that they were expanding their family. They also shared a statement via PA News Agency.

It said: “There is no doubt that the Fletcher family’s best news of 2021 will be the news that we are expecting again.”

“We feel extremely grateful and can’t WAIT to meet our new addition to the family.”

Kelvin, an Emmerdale former star, and his family moved to the farm where he grew up a year ago. They are now settling into farm life as the soap star has never experienced it before.

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Dan Walker, BBC Breakfast host, asked Dan Walker how the children are doing on their Peak District farm.

Liz replied, “It’s completely different, and that was a concern because it is new, new school and new people. At first, it’s just an enormous playground to them, but now, like Marnie, she knows all of the responsibilities and she knows what she needs to do. It is now a job, all these animals we have to care for.

Milo is three years old, and he does all the sheep whistling and getting them in the fields. They are learning so much, and it’s the most proud moment of their lives.