DWTS' Kym Johnson & Robert Herjavec Are Expecting Twins!

Ruben Ruiz
December 13, 2017

This family is about to increase from two to four!

The businessman and the Australian dancer announced Monday they were expecting their first child together with a sweet Instagram post showing one of their unborn children giving what appears to be a thumbs up.

The married couple, who met will competing together on Dancing With the Stars in 2015, announced earlier this week that they are expecting. The two of them confirmed this exciting news on December 12.

'We waited so long that we made a decision to double up!' the excited couple told the magazine. Robert and Kym told People. Check out their initial announcement below!

""It's a thumbs up"," Johnson captioned a picture of a sonogram on Instagram on Monday.

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Robert, 55, already has three children from his first marriage.

The baby news comes just months after they celebrated their first wedding anniversary.

"It's been awesome", Johnson told Us at the 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

Herjavec, meanwhile, recently returned for Season 9 of "Shark Tank", which premiered on ABC in October. Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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