DAPPER Laughs is set to become a dad for the third time.
The comedian, who appeared in Celebrity Big Brother, shared the happy news this evening as he revealed his wife Shelley is pregnant.
Dapper – real name Dan O’Reilly – shared a video of the moment they broke the news to his two daughters.
He captioned his video: “Big NEWS! We are having ANOTHER baby.
“I’m so happy, we all are, happy happy tears all round.”
His famous pals rushed to congratulate him, with Jeff Brazier commenting on the video.
Dapper, 39,and Shelley Rae tied the knot in 2022.
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The couple, who are parents to two daughters, got engaged in 2018 after a proposal on live television, when the comedian became the third contestant to leave CBB.
During his exit interview with Emma Willis, Dapper Laughs turned to his then-girlfriend and said: “When I was in the house, every day I was regretting that I've never asked you this so, will you marry me?"
He added: "Sorry about the ring, Ginuwine made it for me. We'll trade it in for better paper,” and said: "I'll double check with your dad afterwards if that's OK."
Dapper previously told The Sun how they had struggled to have children.
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He said: “She was told she couldn't have babies the first time around.
“The second time, this time, she was just about to go in a do tests and we were just trying.”
Daniel appeared in Celebrity Big Brother in a bid to change the public’s opinions of him.
He succeeded and afterwards told The Sun: “I think although I made mistakes with my content in the past I think because of the amount of press I got around it some people thought I was a bigot — sexist, racist, homophobic.
“I think Big Brother showed I'm someone who says stupid stuff but I'm just a normal person.
“Maybe it gave me a second chance.”
Dapper turned to drink and drugs after his career was cancelled due to offensive comments, but he is now sober.
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