Jim Chapman’s fiancee Sarah Tarleton is pregnant with their first baby.
The 33-year-old YouTuber is delighted to be expecting a child with Sarah, 27, and the loved up couple – who got engaged in July 2020 a year after going public with their relationship – are already feeling ‘unmeasurable joy’ as they start a family together.
He told MailOnline: ‘We’re super excited to finally share our news. I’ve wanted to shout it from the rooftops since Sarah took the pregnancy test!
‘The joy this little person has brought us already is immeasurable. We can’t wait to proudly show our baby off to friends and family, and when we’re ready, the world.’
Jim and Sarah went public in June 2019, three months after he announced his split from fellow YouTuber Tanya Burr, 31, after a 12 year relationship and three years of marriage.
Now, he has opened up to his fans on social media about the journey to announcing Sarah’s pregnancy.
Taking to Instagram, he said: ‘The joy I felt at this scan was indescribable. Being able to actually see our little wriggler, content in Sarah’s tummy was so wonderful.
‘The last 12 weeks have been such an odd mixture of hopefulness about what’s to come, and worry that all may not be well.
‘I may have had a part in making this little miracle, but I’m sure whoever they turn out to be, they’ll be the making of me.’
And while the couple hadn’t yet revealed the news, Sarah gave her unknowing followers some insight into her early pregnancy as she opened up on the challenges of lockdown.
She said last month: ‘Haven’t really posted much, felt a bit meh this whole lockdown and who really needs to see millions of pics of me in loungewear eating my millionth Percy Pig?’
Meanwhile, back in November Tanya opened up on her and Jim’s breakup and insisted there was ‘no drama’ and she hopes to remain in his life.
She said: ‘All that matters is what Jim and I think, it’s boring – he’s still my best friend. We’ve been best friends for 12 years, people will want some drama from it. We’re always going to be in each other’s lives, hopefully.’
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