Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images)

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley‘s family is growing!

The supermodel took to Instagram today to announce the news that she and her fiancé, Jason Statham, are expecting their second child together. Huntington-Whiteley revealed the surprise by sharing a series of mirror selfies showing off her expertly concealed baby bump, finishing the post with a full glimpse at her growing belly.

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In the final image, the model is tenderly holding her bump, which is showcased in a body-hugging ribbed knit midi dress. She didn’t let pregnancy stop her from sporting a pair of heels, either, pairing the look with tan padded stilettos and glimmering jewelry.

“Taaa daahhh !! 👼🏻👼🏻👼🏻 #round2,” the model captioned the post, followed by a slew of congratulatory comments from her fellow industry friends.This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

Huntington-Whiteley and Statham welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Jack Oscar Statham, in 2017.

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The model broke the news of her first pregnancy also on Instagram four years back, but opted for a beach-bound photo featuring her bikini-clad baby belly that time around.

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“Very happy to share that Jason and I are expecting!! Lots of love Rosie x ❤👼🏼 Photo by @jasonstatham,” Whiteley captioned her 2017 reveal.

The model previously opened up to Harper’s BAZAAR UK about how becoming a mother changed her life for the better.

“It sounds so clichéd, but it’s just been the most magical experience,” she told the outlet in 2018. “Everything feels so special and sweet and wholesome and loving and then at the same time it’s been … life-changing, and my focus is now this person; this is what I want to do. This is what I want to pour my heart into now. … I feel different. Everything changes, it really does.”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US