If you missed the exciting news that made it to the top of UK Twitter trends on Friday night, then boy do we have some good news for you! Announced in a video on their main channel, Anna Saccone-Joly is seen hiding herself as well as Emilia and Eduardo behind chalkboards saying “1”, “2” and finally the number “3”, which sits in front of Anna’s new baby bump.
Jonathan opens up the vlog by saying before he tells US the good news, he needs to tell other members of his family – he even asks his dad if the third child in a family is the best one. Following this, he goes to the DIY store to buy the three chalkboards we see later on in the video before dashing home to chalk them up and get the kids ready for their happy announcement; In November 2016, there will be a brand new Saccone-Joly baby!
The glowing pair reveal that they’ve known about Anna’s pregnancy for the past two months, and it’s required some sneaking editing on their end to make sure fans didn’t pick up on the news before they were ready to reveal it. However, they do admit to breaking the pregnancy about a month before they wanted to because fans and people in the comments section of their YouTube channel were talking about Anna’s weight gain – a subject she was very unhappy about.
Talking on the the topic of women and weight in general, Anna points out how inappropriate it is to talk about how much women eat because fans at home have “no idea” what could be happening in their lives at the time. Luckily she was pregnant and fans were right in their conclusions, but the Saccone-Joly couple call out fans for saying rude things about their family without the full story. But all was forgiven later on in the Saccone-Joly world when Zoella joined the family for Eduardo’s birthday party.
Jonathan ends the vlog by saying that “touch wood it all goes smoothly” before saying that they have some more scans coming in the next few months, in addition to finding out the sex in June. In other exciting news, Baby Number Three will be their first “British born baby”, after both Emilia and Eduardo were conceived and born in Ireland.