Pregnant Natasha Hamilton reveals her baby's gender after Atomic Kitten star announced 'miracle' fifth baby | The Sun

NATASHA Hamilton has revealed she is expecting a baby girl.

The Atomic Kitten singer, 40, announced she was pregnant with her fifth “miracle” baby last month and today shared the happy gender news.

Natasha posted a video of herself surround by her family as her husband – Charles Gay – let off a confetti cannon.

She captioned the clip:  “Well here it is…..we finally found out if I’ve been baking a boy or a girl……💙💝💙💝💙💝💙💝💙💝💙💝💙💝

“Absolutely buzzing! What a gorgeous moment with the kids❤️heart totally full xxx”

Her fans and famous pals rushed to congratulate her, with Blue's Anthony Costa writing: “Congratulations to you both.”

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While someone else commented: “Congratulations darling! I can’t wait to see this little princess.”

And a third said: “Yay!! Fantastic news. Congratulations to you all xxx.”

She told her fans last month: "7 years of loving you, 17 months of marriage. We finally got our little miracle.

"Baby Gay due September 2023. We really couldn’t be any happier xxx."

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Natasha and Charles wed in October 2021 in Lake Como, Italy.

Natasha is already mum to three sons and a daughter.

She shares a son Josh, 20, with ex-boyfriend and former Westlife bodyguard Fran Cosgrave, and Harry, 17, with actor Gavin Hatcher.

She welcomed Alfie, 12, into the world with ex-husband Riad Erraji, and has a daughter Ella, eight, with ex-boyfriend Ritchie Neville.

Natasha and Charles first got engaged in 2016 after getting together in June that year.

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