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JLS star Aston Merrygold and his wife Sarah-Louise have shared a sweet video montage of their family and friends reaction to their pregnancy reveal.
Aston and Sarah-Lou announced they were expecting their third child in September with another Instagram video which showed their two sons Grayson, five, and Macaulay, three, finding out.
Now, the couple, who have started their own YouTube channel The Merrygold Family, have shared the reactions of their loved ones.
'The one with the reactions!! The best reactions to the best news!!!' Aston captioned the video, adding: '3rd child first time capturing our friends and families reactions! Enjoy.'
Among those finding out the happy news were Aston's bandmate Marvin Humes and his wife Rochelle, who was filmed jumping up and down in delight and shrieking 'I knew it!'
Sweet moments: JLS star Aston Merrygold and his wife Sarah-Louise have shared a sweet video montage of their family and friends reaction to their pregnancy reveal
Pals: Among those finding out the happy news were Aston's bandmate Marvin Humes and his wife Rochelle, who was filmed jumping up and down in delight and shrieking 'I knew it!'
Rochelle shared the video on her own Instagram page, quipping: 'Why am I that friend?'
The video opens with Aston and his wife showing their sons sonogram photos as the boys say they want a baby sister before quickly changing their mind to a brother.
The couple's pregnancy news comes a year after Aston insisted he could not handle more than two children and ruled out having more kids - despite branding fatherhood 'the best job ever' and stating being a dad gave him 'a new purpose in life'.
He said: '[Being a dad is the] best thing ever. Best job ever. It gives me reason to get up.' However, when asked if he plans to have any more children, he stated: 'No. I can't chase three. Two is good for me.'
Aston further discussed his kids earlier this year, when he revealed why he would warn his young children against signing up to a TV talent show like The X Factor.
The JLS singer, 35, told MailOnline that if his sons aspired to follow in his footsteps by pursuing a music career that he would highlight the pros and cons, including being judged by the public, who he describes as 'difficult to please.'
After finding fame on Simon Cowell's show when he was 18, Aston said he was subjected to criticism about his appearance and even the way he spoke.
Aston explained he would let his children