Pregnant Charlotte Dawson breaks down in tears as she found out her unborn baby’s gender last night.
Les Dawson’s daughter Charlotte, 27, and fiance Matt Sarsfield were surrounded by friends and family when they discovered they are expecting a baby boy at an adorable gender-reveal party.
Charlotte got engaged to Matt, 28, last week but the good news keeps on coming.
The couple hosted an extravagant gender-reveal bash for their loved ones with hundreds of balloons, posh chips and gravy, and a table full of cakes and treats.
She told fans on Instagram she was “so emotional” but cried “happy tears”.
Charlotte burst a balloon to find out they are having a boy and told OK! magazine afterwards: “So excited, we’re having a chuffing boy! We’re having a mini Matt!”
Matt got down on one knee next to the statue of her late father Les.
The reality star – who is currently expecting her first child – announced the happy news on Instagram.
She shared a series of loved-up snaps as she proudly flaunted her diamond ring next to Les’ statue in Lytham, Lancashire.
She wrote: “OMG OMG OMG my darlings IM CHUFFIN ENGAGED!!!!! To the man of my dreams.
“I cant believe it!!! My baby my life my world @matt_sarsfield couldn’t of done it better… he got on one knee at my dads statue!!!
“The day before we find out what gender our baby is… I can’t cope.
“My fairytale came true I feel the luckiest girl in the world. My dad got to witness me get engaged … I’m so happy, love you so much @matt_sarsfield xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx WOW my ring.”
Charlotte and Matt have dated for four years, with the pair expecting their first child together.
Last month, Charlotte revealed her baby’s due date is January 25 – just a week before what would have been her late dad Les’s 90th birthday.
The emotional star shared her unborn child’s personalised babygrow along with three scans.
She wrote: “Baby DawsySarsy due January 25th, a week before my dada’s 90th birthday.
“Been in tears crying looking at my scan pictures how can you love someone so much already it’s crazy!!”
The comedian, 62, dropped dead in front of his wife from a heart attack at a routine hospital appointment in 1993.
A statue was erected in his memory 15 years later in Lancashire and unveiled by his family.