David Walliams announces wife Lara's pregnancy on Twitter
Thursday 15 November 2012
Little Britain star David Walliams and his wife Lara Stone have announced they are having a baby.
The comic, who has also featured on the judging panel of Britain's Got Talent, told fans the news on Twitter.
He said: "Some wonderful news. My beautiful wife Lara is pregnant. We are having a baby! It is due next year and we both couldn't be happier. Dx" .
Walliams, who earlier this year said he has battled depression and tried to commit suicide several times, married the Dutch model two years ago at Claridge's hotel in central London.
A statement released by the couple said: "We're very excited to announce we are expecting our first child. We're both absolutely thrilled but ask you to please respect our privacy during this precious time."
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