It looks like Andy Murray and his wife, Kim Sears, are expecting their third child together!
The couple started the baby buzz when Kim showed up to Wimbledon to support her tennis pro husband while sporting a visible baby bump. In photos, the mother-of-two was seen wearing a polka dot shirt. The empire waist highlighted her burgeoning baby bump, making it clear the celebrity wife is expecting again.
So far, the potential parents-to-be have not confirmed their good news with the public. Their representative, in fact, has declined to comment. However, fans couldn’t help but share their speculation online after the teleling photos of Kim were published.
One suspicious fan wrote via Twitter: “Anyone else think there maybe the tiny patter of little Murray feet on the way, there's been a few times I've thought Kim looked pregnant both at #Wimbledon & a few weeks back at Queens. Fabulous news if they are....."
“Kim Sears is that a baby bump I see?” Another fan added.
Andy and Kim already have two daughters. Sophia Olivia was born in 2016, while little sister Edie was born in 2017. The couple is notoriously private when it comes to their young family and has sparsely shared photos of their girls with fans.
Thus, it’s not surprising the two have not confirmed Kim’s third pregnancy, despite her appearing so far along.
Though the famous couple has only been married since 2015, they got together back when they were teenagers over a decade ago. However, they only confirmed their romance in 2006 after Andy kissed his then-girlfriend in front of reporters upon winning a tournament.
Just a few months ago, Andy made headlines after giving fans’ a rare speak peak into the family’s personal life. Through his Instagram story, she shared a video in which his daughter demonstrated she’s not impressed with her dad’s tennis skills.
"Just watching some of the Barcelona tournament on the TV with my daughter,” he said to the camera. His daughter then asked, “Daddy, do you like orange tennis?'" By ‘orange tennis,’ the 3-year old was referring to the orange clay surface used on the Barcelona courts.
"Daddy, you're rubbish at orange tennis," little Sophia added, to which her mother then said, "Actually, Daddy's quite good at orange." The toddler replied even more firmly, saying, “No daddy's rubbish at orange tennis."
Who knows, maybe Andy’s kids will grow up to be tennis prodigies, just like him!