EastEnders actor James Bye, who plays Martin Fowler in the soap, announced that he is expecting a baby with his wife Victoria.
The couple, who already share their children Edward, five years old and Louis, two, have been married for six years and conversed with OK. Magazine about their new arrival, and the fact that they thought they would never have a third child.
While Victoria got pregnant quickly with Edward and Louis, Victoria did not get pregnant so easily, when they tried to conceive last summer.
Actor James Bye, who plays Martin Fowler in the EastEnders telenovela, has announced three times by charm that he has announced that he is expecting a baby with his wife Victoria. [pictured with sons Edward, five, and Louis, two]
Victoria was diagnosed with endometriosis and had to undergo surgery twice last year thanks to the disease.
As a result, the couple was told that there was a very real possibility that Victoria would not get pregnant again.
Victoria explained: "I got pregnant very quickly with Edward and Louis, so when we started trying our third early summer, we thought we would get pregnant quickly again."
& # 39; We tried for a couple of months and nothing happened. Then I began to suffer pains and discomfort in my abdominal area.
On-screen drama: the actor James of EastEnders plays Martin Fowler in the long-running soap opera
Four years and counting: James took on the role of Martin in 2014, and still portrays him in the soap
"I went to the tests and it turned out that I had severe endometriosis." The doctor was surprised that I got pregnant with my other children so easily because he said it was likely that he had been there all the time.
"We did not think we could have more children after two surgeries, we thought our parenting days were over, month after month, we would see negative tests.
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– But then, in June, we went to the Soap Awards and I did not like to drink, which does not look like me. When we got home I did a test and it was positive. We were very surprised! "
James continued to express how happy it is to have a third child.
"I'm over the moon, it's a boy." I play a lot of golf and tend to go out in a group of four, so I have my future golf team ready now! "He joked.
Victoria continued to elaborate her marriage.
She said: "The relationship you have when it's just you two is wonderful, but my mother always said that every baby brings more love to the house and it's true." All the challenges bring you closer.
& # 39; If you can beat the little kids, you can beat anything! I would like to renew our vows on our ten-year wedding anniversary with our children around us. I have already started planning it!
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