Jessie Ware has confirmed she is expecting her second child after sharing a picture of her baby bump.
Jessie Ware is pregnant.
The 33-year-old singer/songwriter is expecting her second child with husband Sam Burrows after taking to her Instagram account to share a picture of her prominent baby bump.
She simply captioned the image: ''...and in other news x (sic)''
The black and white photograph sees the 'Say You Love Me' hitmaker - who has a two-year-old daughter with Sam - cradling her baby bump, and the post came just a day after she dropped her new song 'Overtime', her first release since 2017.
Last year, Jessie admitted she didn't have a maternity leave with her first child, returning to work just a few days after welcoming her daughter into the world.
She said: ''I didn't get a maternity leave! I was writing emails a few days after [giving birth] because I'm self-employed and it's my business.''
The 'Selfish Love' singer also opened up about her childhood sweetheart Sam - who she married in 2014 - admitting there is ''something beautiful'' about the fact the pair have known each other since they were in their teens.
She said: ''Sam and I have been together since we were 18. We know everything about each other. There's something so beautiful about that.''
Jessie announced the birth of the pair's daughter in September 2016.
She wrote: ''We had a beautiful baby girl on Monday. Just want to give a huge love to our midwife, Emilio at UCLH for helping us through it! Love the NHS X (sic)''
Five months earlier, she teased fans that she was expecting.
She wrote: ''Dropping this year, and it's not the album X. (sic)''
But she reassured fans she would still be working on new music, writing: ''This doesn't mean I have stopped working on the record. You will have new music asap.''
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