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Tan France attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California.

Queer Eye’s Tan France and his husband Rob have revealed on social media that they’re expecting their first child together via surrogate.

Sharing the news on Instagram, France wrote:

So happy to finally share that
No, I’m not pregnant, despite this VERY realistic pic.
With the greatest gift/help of the most wonderful surrogate, Rob and I are lucky enough to be on our way to being parents, this Summer.
Something we’ve wanted for SOooo many years. Our hearts are so full right now. I cannot wait to hold this baby, and to show him so much love.

Co-star Antoni Porowski from Queer Eye commented on the post: “now I know what it’s like to cry tears of joy and be turned on simultaneously thank you and congrats boys!!!!”

Co-star Jonathon Van Ness also commented: “so happy for you!!! I’m so proud of you and Rob you are two of the sweetest most genuine people in the world & this is the most exciting news ever”

Van Ness added another comment writing: “On a separate note and to make it clear that I have 0 intentions of being less thirst for @tanfrance IM LIVING FOR ALL THIS SUPPLE YET FIRM MUSCLY SKIN YOU’VE BEEN BESTOWING ON US!!!”

Co-star Karamo Brown completed the cast congratulations commenting: “Yay!!!!!!! Uncle Momo is going to spoil this baby!!!!!”

Celeb friends joined in on congratulating, including Sophie Turner: “Yes!!! Congratulations! So so thrilled for you!!!”

Broad City‘s Ilana Glazer wrote: “ur gonna be the best daddies”

Wilmer Valderrama commented: “Absolutely full of joy seeing you make this dream come true! Enjoy every!!! SECOND!! What an amazing parent you will be.”

Tan France commented on his own post, “and this pic is meant to just be a bit of fun. Playing in to the usual pregnancy announcements, because I so wish I could carry my baby.”

France and his husband, Rob, have been married since 2007. They married twice: first in London, and then in New York City when it became legal, according to Huffpost.