Sam and Snezana Wood’s household house is about to get so much crazier, with the couple saying they’re expecting a fourth addition.
Bachelor golden couple Snezana and Sam Wood are expecting another youngster collectively – a child lady, bringing their brood to 4.
The season 2 Bach star, who’s already mum to Willow, 2, one-year-old Charlie and 16-year-old Eve from a earlier relationship, shared the information on Thursday night throughout The Bachelorette finale.
Proudly showcasing her rising bump on Instagram in two gorgeous snaps, Snezana wrote: “Filled with joy to share that we are expecting another little girl. Baby number 4”.
Followers flocked to congratulate the couple, with fellow Bachelor alum Tara Pavlovic writing: “Ohhhhhh amazing news!!! Yayyyyyy congrats!!!!”
TV presenter Sally Obermeder added: “Congratulations!!!!!! What beautiful news.”
Big Brother star Krystal Hipwell wrote, “Oh my gosh I’m so happy for you guys!!! CONGRATULATIONS.”
Snezana and Sam met on the third season of The Bachelor in 2015 and had been engaged simply six months later.
In 2017, they turned the primary Bachelor Australia couple in historical past to welcome a baby, daughter Willow. They wed in a lavish Byron Bay ceremony in 2018.
They now share two younger daughters, Willow, 3, and Charlie, 2, in addition to Snezana’s teenage daughter from a earlier relationship, Eve, 16.
The actuality star has taken a stand towards dad or mum shamers over the previous two years, sharing a message about breastfeeding on her web page final yr.
“It’s crazy when I look back at these beautiful photos of my children and remember that they all received some type of criticism from others for my parenting choices,” she captioned the publish, shared together with her 327,000 followers.
“Whether it was ‘she’s too old for a dummy’, ‘You shouldn’t let your baby fall asleep on you’, or ’Why are you still breastfeeding?’ – it felt like nothing was off limits.
“There is no textbook when it comes to parenting and every child/family situation is so different. That’s the beauty of it,” she wrote.
Speaking to information.com.au concerning the candid publish, she added: “It is really sad others are so quick to judge parents for the way they do things, so instead of judging, why don’t we try to celebrate the fact we do things differently.”