Pregnant katherine Jenkins overjoyed to announce 'sidekick' for daughter

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TWITTERKatherine Jenkins took to Twitter to announce she was pregnant

Katherine Jenkins has revealed she is pregnant with her second child with husband Andrew Levitas.

In the adorable post, the singer revealed also revealed the gender of the baby she's expecting, saying that she will be welcoming a baby boy this time around.

Katherine often takes to social media to share insights into her family life.

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From the announcement, to the baby's sex, to the due date, here's everything you need to know about Katherine's pregnancy... She told Hello magazine, "It's all about timing, but I would really love to have a second child and for Aaliyah to have a sibling, to have a friend in the world".

The Welsh opera singer shared a picture of her two-year-old daughter Aaliyah wearing a cape, with the words "Sidekick coming soon." on the image.

Katherine has only experienced raising a daughter so far, and spoke about the experience to The Sun, revealing: "Having a daughter I have a responsibility to show her that you can be a strong, successful woman without having to flash the flesh".

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When is Katherine Jenkins' due date?

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In an interview with The Sun previous year, Katherine said she hopes to be a role model for her young daughter.

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