Amy Slaton is set to give birth to her second child in just a matter of days.
The 1000-Lb Sisters star, who fronts the hit TLC series with sibling Tammy Slaton, confirmed her pregnancy at the beginning of the year, getting son Gage in on her baby announcement.
She will be adding another son to her brood husband Michael Halterman next month, revealing his gender in a sweet YouTube video.
Taking to Instagram, the expectant mom revealed that her due date is just two weeks away.
Sharing a screenshot from a baby app, which confirmed that the tot is the size of a lettuce, she excitedly penned: ‘15 more day until I get to hold my baby boy!!!’
Fans were truly living for the update, flooding the comments section with support and well wishes.
‘Wishing you happy and healthy delivery and baby. Congratulations,’ one commented.
‘The home stretch now, wishing you a safe delivery,’ a follower said.
A Twitter user replied: ‘So excited for you!!!! Can’t wait to see pictures of Gage with him. Brotherly love is the best (coming from a mom of three boys)!!!’
‘So excited for you Amy. You are a great mom and this little guy will be sooooo loved just like his big brother [sic],’ another commented.
While a social media fan suggested: ‘Can you please do a baby Diaries tv show if you are not going to do 1000 sisters anymore.
‘I miss your program and watching YouTube is not the same..’
It is not clear yet whether fans will get their hands on another season of 1000-Lb Sisters, as Tammy is currently still in a food rehab facility after a near-death health scare.
Amy has also been busy concentrating on her young family, preparing Gage for life as a big brother.
Discussing her pregnancy in a recent interview, the reality star explained that she had been continuing on with her weight loss efforts during her pregnancy.
‘I asked my doctor, “Hey is it okay if I lose weight”. And my doctor said yes, as long as the baby gains it,’ she told The Sun.
‘I feel like I’m actually losing weight with this baby because I’m eating right.
‘Gage’s favorite foods are green beans, broccoli, brussels sprouts, and tuna fish, that boy will eat tuna salad every day if I let him.
‘He eats healthy so I eat healthily. But I do have sugar here just in case my sugar gets low, because with this baby my sugar drops into the 40s, with Gage it was always high.’