Jeremy Clarkson will be a grandfather after his daughter Emily announced she is pregnant with her first child.
The podcast host and fitness fanatic, 27, shared a series of black and white clips with her husband Alex Andrew embracing in their kitchen on Instagram on Friday
Emily wore a fitted black dress as she and Alex gently held her bump and smiled at the camera.
Their dog seemed to be just as excited as they are about the pending arrival, as it appeared to be sniffing her tummy.
"We’re so delighted to share that we’re expecting a baby girl in early 2023," Emily captioned the reel.
The couple were met with messages of congratulations from fans and friends, with Shaughna Phillips writing: "Congratulations darling!!!!!! Omg best news ever."
Another wrote: "The dog Omg," and "THE FEEL GOOD FRIDAY WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR. You were put on this earth to raise a Queen (amongst everything else)" a third chimed.
The content creator married Alex on her dad's Diddly Squat farm in the Cotswolds in May this year.
She looked stunning in a floor-length bridal gown with lace shoulders and her hair pulled back in a pony tail.
Proud dad Jeremy called the celebration the "happiest day of my life" in a gushing post about his daughter.
Sharing a video of him dancing with his daughter, he wrote: "Fathers, I cannot even begin to describe how wonderful it is when your daughter gets married to someone you like. I am being very unmanly about this weekend.
"It was just sublime. I have never been happier," he added.
Emily's husband is a Dublin-born publicist, who she met at Glastonbury festival.
After she announced their engagement on Instagram, she said that Alex had made her "the happiest girl in the world".
The couple arrived at their wedding in style in a classic Ford Mustang with white and blue stripes.
Earlier this year, Emily opened up about the abuse she recieves online, adding that she gets "cyberflashed relentlessly".
She said how she was inspired by “women smarter than me” to respond to the men who send unsolicited sexual images with a fake automated message.
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Emily, who is the host of podcast Should I Delete That? wrote: “Our AI technology has recognised you have sent this. If you believe it was a mistake, please reply ‘Help’ or your account will be terminated by the end of the day.”
“It’s great to see all these men writing back, ‘Help!’.”
She is part of a group of female influencers demanding that the laws around sexual harassment should be applied online.
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