Presenter Dermot O’Leary’s wife Dee Koppang is heavily pregnant, however that did not stop her from throwing an epic baby shower on Sunday.
The Norwegian TV and film director, 41, and her presenter husband, 47, are expecting their first child together, and took to the video chat platform Zoom to celebrate with a host of friends.
For the virtual baby shower Dee looked stunning, wearing a crown made of flowers, and a monochrome patterned silk kaftan.
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Dermot, meanwhile, kept his look a bit more low-key in a plain white t-shirt.
Dee posted snaps of the baby shower to Instagram, captioning it: “Summer solstice vibes for dreamy lockdown baby shower.”
The glowing mum-to-be looked looked thrilled in the snap as she posed on the couple’s red leather sofa alongside their fluffy grey cat.
Among the large group of friends on the call, were Hollywood A-list couple Chris O’Dowd and Dawn O’Porter.
Dee received lots of congratulatory comments from fans after posting evidence of the baby shower.
One wrote: “Awww amazing!! You look beaut, I love that flower crown xx”
While another added: “You look beautiful….Good luck with the baby”.
Dee is due to give birth in the coming weeks and they both seem very excited. The baby will be their first, but they have been a couple for over 18 years.
The pair married in 2012 in a church in Kent, after becoming engaged the year prior.
The happy couple announced the news that they were having a child via Instagram.
The X Factor presenter shared a picture of a board that read: “Koppang O’Leary productions presents “new arrival” coming soon.”
Dermot then captioned the image: “We’re pleased to announce that we’re expecting a little Koppang O’Leary.”
Recently on The One Show Dermot opened up about life living with his pregnant wife during lockdown.
He said to host Alex Jones: “We’re expecting end of June, early July… the perfect time to bring a child into this world!”
Alex responded by suggesting that the coronavirus lockdown may actually give the expectant parents time to prepare for the arrival of their child.
“Do you know what, that’s a good point actually,” Dermot replied.
‘We’re calling it the lockdown before the lockdown. We’re pretty much getting ourselves together.’