Jack Osbourne's family are "very excited" to welcome his third child into the world.
The 32-year-old television personality is expected to become a father for the third time when his wife Lisa Stelly - with whom he already has two daughters, Pearl Clementine, five, and Andy Rose, two - gives birth early next year.
And his famous family - including his dad Ozzy Osbourne, 68, mother Sharon Osbourne, 65, and sisters Aimee, 34, and Kelly, 33 - can't wait to meet the new arrival.
Speaking during an episode of Sharon's talk show 'The Talk' in which both Ozzy and Jack were guests, Sharon said: "We're very excited because Jack and his wife, Lisa, are having another baby."
Jack - who starred with his family on 'The Osbournes' from 2002 to 2005 - is just as eager to welcome his third child into the world, and insists his wife of five years is "doing very well".
He added: "Lisa is doing very well. She's in full nesting mode. The house is being fully redecorated. She is 27-weeks, so the end is nigh, which is great!"
Despite his excitement at having a third child, Jack isn't keen to expand is brood any further.
When asked by Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy if this would be his last child, Jack quipped: "I hope so!"
Jack and Lisa announced their third pregnancy in August when Lisa took to Instagram to share a photograph of her and Jack standing in front of the mirror with her blossoming baby bump clearly on display just before an apparent date night.
She teamed the sweet picture with the funny caption: "Literally ate the biggest burrito ever (sic)."
Since becoming a father, Jack - who suffers with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and is blind in one eye as a consequence - has realised babies are not as fragile as he first thought.
He said last year: "Advice I would give to an expecting dad would be [that] babies are not as fragile as you assume.
"I remember the first couple weeks when Pearl was born, I was [like], 'I don't know, I'm gonna break it!' You can change them out of their clothes and you won't break them.You can hold them without crushing them. Babies are built to last."