Chris Evans and wife Natasha Shishmanian have stepped out after the birth of their twins – a boy and a girl.
Smiling for the camera, the parents looked the picture of happiness as they posed as a family of five alongside their two sons, nine-year-old Noah and five-year-old Eli.
Looking radiant, Chris’ wife held both the babies in her arms, whilst her presenter husband affectionately kissed her on the lips outside the hospital.
The news of the birth was announced on Radio 2 today by Sarah Cox, who excitedly confirmed: “Ping and Pong arrived safe and well last night. Ping popped her head out at 22:10, Pong popped his head out 12 minutes later at 22 minutes past 10.
“Both healthy, both strong, happy and blessed, as was mum throughout. Infinite thanks to the amazing team at Frimley Park Hospital, amazing people, amazing professionals, helping dreams come true. Thank you.”
The new parents are yet to announce the names of their twins, but their other two children’s names are derived from Hebrew origin – so perhaps they will follow suit with the twins’ names.
Chris also has a 30 year old daughter, Jade Evans, from a previous relationship with Alison Ward when he was 21 years old.
The radio DJ announced his family’s exciting baby news in April on his BBC Radio 2 show – which he has now left.
The former Big Breakfast presenter confessed in 2017 that the couple were going through IVF in an attempt to have another baby.
“It’s a nice thing, we’re having one last hurrah, one last attempt at a fourth ankle biter,” he said.
Discussing the procedure on his radio show, Chris told his listeners: “Mrs Evans has gone into hospital this morning at 7am – she is the field and there’s a harvest taking place this morning.” He added: “I have to leave at 9:30 in the morning because I am required.”