58 year old TV and radio presenter Jeremy Kyle is to become a dad for the sixth time.
Kyle announced this news, revealing that he and his wife Victoria are expecting their second child, and his sixth overall. The presenter has four children from two previous marriages.
The couple’s first child Oliver, was born in 2020.
Jeremy Kyle confirmed this news to the Sun Newspaper yesterday.
“Yes, baby number six is incoming, I’m catching BoJo [Boris Johnson] up, to be honest!”, Kyle joked.
He continued, “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”.
Jeremy Kyle underwent treatment for testicular cancer in 2012.
He had reposted the baby news story via Instagram, which appeared to show a gender reveal, with his son Oliver visibly excited about the news, surrounded by pink confetti.
The presenter is best known for hosting his controversial ITV programme, ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’, which ran from 2005 until 2019.
The show was eventually cancelled, following the suicide of a participant. More on that here.
Following this, an inquiry was launched by the UK government into reality TV, and how participants are cared for.
Jeremy Kyle is also due to co present a programme for British TV channel Talk TV from October, known as Talk Today.