'We're over the moon as our family is complete!' Jeremy Kyle to be dad for 6th time

TV presenter Jeremy Kyle is to be a father for the sixth time after revealing his wife Victoria is pregnant with their second child together.

Jeremy Kyle

Jeremy Kyle is to be a father for the sixth time.

The 58-year-old TV presenter and his wife Victoria - who he married in 2021 - are expecting a baby girl, after welcoming son Oliver, their first child together, into the world in 2020.

Joking about catching up with former Prime Minister and dad-of-eight Boris Johnson, Jeremy - who previously beat testicular cancer - told The Sun newspaper: "Yes, baby number six is incoming, I’m catching BoJo up, to be honest!

"Vic says I need to set up a side business by bottling it because I’m 58 and I’ve only got one testicle, but everyone knows that anyway.

"It’s a baby girl, she’s due early next year, and we’re over the moon as our family is complete."

While Jeremy admitted his family are pleased for me, he joked his eldest child, Harriet, thinks he "needs sectioning".

He said: "I personally think it’s my late parents having a laugh from up above, to be honest."

As well as preparing for a new arrival, Jeremy has landed a new job, as the host of the TalkTV breakfast show, and he admitted it was a "no brainer" to accept the role.

He said: "When I got offered the new TalkTV breakfast show it was a no brainer, because we’re not going to get any flippin’ sleep for the next two years anyway!"

Jeremy - who will co-host the breakfast show with former 'Coronation Street' actress Nicola Thorp - previously co-hosted talk show 'The Jeremy Kyle Show' from 2005 to 2019 on ITV1.

But the show was axed following the death of guest Steve Dymond.

At the time, Jeremy said: "I don’t want to sound 'woe is me', and as I’ve said the whole thing was a terrible tragedy - devastating for Steve Dymond’s friends and family, of course, and for the many people who worked on the show.

"But it did hit me hard. And it’s been awful to feel so scapegoated, and without being able to have my say about the accusations that often seemed to be levelled only at me.

"I’ve felt hunted and made out to be responsible for everything that ever took place around that show. But I was just the face of it."

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