Jeremy Kyle announces wife is pregnant as he prepares to become dad of six at 58

Jeremy Kyle and his wife Victoria have announced that they are expecting their second child together, and his sixth overall.

The happy couple, who tied the knot back in 2021, welcomed their first child, son Oliver, in 2020, with Jeremy sharing one child with his first wife Kirsty Rowley and three with his second wife Carla Germaine.

Back in 2012, Jeremy, now 58, was diagnosed with testicular cancer, with the affected testicle being removed following chemotherapy.

Sharing the news of his wife's pregnancy, the TV host told The Sun: "Yes, baby number six is incoming, I’m catching BoJo up, to be honest!

"Vic says I need to set up a side business by bottling it because I’m 58 and I’ve only got one testicle, but everyone knows that anyway. It’s a baby girl, she’s due early next year, and we’re over the moon as our family is complete."

Jeremy added: "The other kids are really happy, although my eldest Harriet thinks I need sectioning. I personally think it’s my late parents having a laugh from up above, to be honest."

Vicky, who was once the Kyle family's nanny, started dating Jeremy back in 2017, two years after he and Carla amicably split.

They tied the knot in 2021, after having cancelled the wedding six times, partly due to endless cancellations and rescheduling amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Talking to press around the time of his wedding Jeremy called Victoria his "rock in my darkest times", thanking his other half for getting him through "the worst couple of years".

He was of course, referring to his ITV talk-show series The Jeremy Kyle Show being axed back in 2019 following the death and suspected suicide of a former contestant.

Steven Dymond, 63, was found dead only a week after appearing on the daytime show, and the show's cancellation led to host Jeremy spiralling into a state of depression.

Jeremy has cited Vicky as the reason for his recovery from his battle with mental health, and he was later able to start working again, first as a radio host talkRADIO before returning to TV screens on TalkTV.

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