While Ferne McCann and her fiancé Lorri Haines won't be finding out their baby's gender until they're born, that has stopped them from speculating on whether their first child will be a boy or girl.
In Wednesday night's First Time Mum, the former TOWIE star, 32, shared that she's made a guess as to her baby's gender after suffering with one particular health condition.
Discussing her pregnancy with Lorri, Ferne broached the topic of pregnancy side effects, revealing that she's been suffering from migraines.
She said: "The one thing that I've had is migraines, and I just spoke to my mum on FaceTime and I can't remember ever getting migraines before.
"But she said to me 'no you definitely did [when pregnant with Sunday]' which leads me to think we're having a girl." To which Lorri joked: "A house full of women, I can't bloody wait."
And although Ferne and Lorri aren't finding out their baby's gender, that hasn't stopped them thinking about potential names for the new arrival either.
Just days ago, Ferne took to Instagram to ask fans for help with thinking of potential boy names. In a video, she told her 2.9 million followers: "We still do not have a boys' name.
"And I thought, shall I spend ten minutes before bed just having another browse because I have ditched the name website things and I am now looking at Instagram.
"We have no boy names, we are not finding out the gender. We have got our girls' name, no boys' name.
"Lorri is bringing nothing to the table. Zilch. What did we say earlier? Aquarius? I quite like that. Do you?"
Lorri replied: "No, it doesn't roll off the tongue, it's too long-winded," before Ferne broke out into song as she belted out Age of Aquarius.
Lorri could then be heard joking about calling their child 'Onion' before suggesting 'Avo' or 'Avocado' which Ferne seemed to seriously consider, saying: "That's quite cool".
In First Time Mum, they may have found a possible name though – as Ferne was feeling seriously inspired on a star-gazing trip.
Ferne exclusively announced her pregnancy with OK!, as she dished on the moment she found out Sunday will soon be a big sister.
She told us: “I just sat on the toilet with the door open and was like, ‘I knew it! It’s positive!’ It wasn’t this romantic, tears streaming-down-my-face thing. We were so happy. It wasn’t planned, but it wasn’t not planned.
"For us both being parents, they’re little miracles and it was such a positive moment and something to look forward to for us.”
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