Chip and Joanna Gaines expecting baby number five

Chip joanna gaines

Chip joanna gaines

Chip and Joanna Gaines, the couple behind HGTV's popular house flipping show "Fixer Upper", are set to match their expanding business empire with an expanding family, as they have announced that they are expecting their fifth baby.

Chip and Joanna Gaines are expecting their fifth child. "I'd made a bet with John to see who could hold out the longest before calling our dates back", Chip writes in The Magnolia Story.

"Gaines party of 7. WE ARE PREGNANT @joannagaines", he captioned the photo. They concluded that it felt bittersweet saying goodbye to the show, which had brought them and their fans together in the first place.

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Chip and Joanna, 39, have not yet responded to the criticism. "God bless you and your lovely family", a fan wrote. "Omg!" another netizen commented. Chip and Joanna are already the proud parents of Drake, 12, Ella, 11, Duke, 9, and Emmie Kay, 7. After the couple announced that season 5 of Fixer Upper will be the last, rumors began to swirl that they were pulling the plug due to relationship problems.

"We had four babies right before the show started, and then we've had zero babies since the show started", he told Houston's KTRK. "People drive by and like to take pictures in front of their house", the insider revealed. "They don't want anything to affect their marriage.They want to focus on raising their kids and being a family since their kids are getting older", the source said.

"Any time she asks for pickles on top of that ice cream, you know what that means", Chip said in the teaser while inviting everyone to tune in on the upcoming episode of "Fixer Upper" in the caption. He went on to say, "For me, I'm really excited to go back and try to maybe-try to make some more babies".

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