Jack Whitehall reveals due date of first baby as girlfriend Roxy Horner prepares to give birth

Comedian Jack Whitehall has revealed the due date to his first baby as he counts down the days with girlfriend Roxy Horner until their daughter is welcomed into their family.

TV star Jack, 34, and model Roxy, 31 – who have been dating for the past three years – announced in May that Roxy is pregnant with their first child.

Jack appeared on Good Morning Britain on Thursday morning where he was asked by anchor Adil Ray if he was “living up to being a dad”. The BBC Bad Education star responded and clarified that he isn't a dad yet, however, revealed: “Their arrival is imminent, next week.

"I don't really know, I am not feeling prepared yet.”

The comedian’s comments followed after he revealed to Amanda Holden and Jamie Theakston onHeart Radio that he was “terrified” to become a dad.

He said: “My girlfriend is pregnant. I’m terrified. Absolutely terrified.”

Quickly adding: “But, very very excited as well. And yeah, I need to do some growing up! Very quickly!”

Girlfriend Roxy is keen for their baby’s safe arrival as she recently opened up with her fans on how much of a struggle she has found the pregnancy.

PregnantRoxy has revealed that she is in “excruciating pain” and now needs crutches as she nears the end of her pregnancy.

The model shared a snap to her Instagram on Wednesday, where she was seen using a crutch, as she showed off her blossoming baby bump.

Still managing to look as stunning as ever, Roxy donned a red polka dot summer dress and styled her blonde locks in a sweet bun. She used one crutch as she stood up and took the mirror selfie.

She captioned the snap: “Still trying to look cute even though I have no intention of leaving the house”.

The mum-to-be also revealed on Monday that she had been experiencing uncomfortable pelvic pain due to symphysis pubis dysfunction which, according to the NHS, is “a collection of uncomfortable symptoms caused by a stiffness of your pelvic joints or the joints moving unevenly at either the back or front of your pelvis”.

Roxy explained: “Just can't wait to have baby girl here and not feel this way anymore, it really is excruciating to walk or move right but not long to go and apparently all symptoms of SPD go away once bubba arrives.”

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