Dougie Poynter was reported to have been at Glastonbury when the 31 year old confirmed the news.Mc Fly singer Danny Jones confirmed wife Georgia was pregnant with their first child at the beginning of August.She was also featured on the American television network NBC's Today show for this issue.
Danny Jones and his wife Georgia are set to become parents for the first time.The couple have announced that they are expecting a baby, after Georgia fell pregnant during Coachella festival in Palm Springs, California, in April. magazine, the guitarist said: "I'm going to be a mess at the birth – when I find out if we have a son or a daughter, when I meet him or her.I'd love to know but we’ve decided we want to have that big surprise."Danny added that he "thinks" their unborn child is a boy.Georgia, meanwhile, who married Danny in August 2014, added: "They are going to need a mop for our tears in the delivery room – we are going to be so emotional." The couple told the magazine that they began "casually trying" for a baby at the end of last year, before falling pregnant after just five months.The lucky musician first dated the '08 beauty queen Laura Coleman after they met at the Miss World finals in South Africa.
The 23-year-old chart topper ditched his long-term girlfriend Olivia Shaw, 25, for Laura soon after the meeting and they went on to date for a number of months.
Danny and Georgia have been married since 2014, with The Voice Kids UK judge posting an adorable photo of her blossoming baby bump.
His band mate Harry Judd recently welcomed his second child with wife Izzy, a baby boy named Kit.
Georgia and Danny confirmed the due date will be January 2018, recently sharing details about the pregnancy.
Speaking to hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ranvir Singh, Danny has since revealed his first reactions to the baby news. It’s mental how much love I already have for this little human inside my wife’s tummy.” Confirming the due date again as January 2018, Danny insisted he wasn’t nervous about parenthood.
Horsley is now actively supportive of people with deafness.