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Mike Edwards and wife Perri | Image: Instagram/aireyys

Big Brother 2019 first runner up Mike Edwards and his wife, Perri Shakes-Drayton are expecting their first child.

The couple made the announcement on Perry’s Instagram page on which they shared a picture of Perry’s baby bump and a video.

“I’m pleased to announce WE’RE HAVING A BABY. This is such a beautiful blessing. Me and Mike are excited and can’t wait to meet our offspring.”

Mike Edwards and Perri also announced that they have started a joint Youtube channel, “Mike and Perri” on which they would share more about their first child.

“Also we’ve finally started a joint YouTube channel (link in bio) so you find out how we feel about expecting our first child. All these jokes about how people will be coming out of quarantine well looks like I’m on the MUM to BE list”

Mike Edwards is a high-jump athlete and entrepreneur. He runs his male grooming and Cigar company, Aireyys, the first black-owned cigar line in the United Kingdom.

Perri Shakes-Drayton is a retired British track and field athlete She is the 2013 European Indoor Champion in the 400 metres and won a 2012 World Indoor Championship gold medal in the 4 x 400 metres relay. She has also won silver and bronze medals in the 4 × 400 m relay at the World Championships.

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