"We're expanding the family. Jamie and Doug are now pregnant and we're going to be parents of two," Doug announced on December 25.
The happy pair are already parents to a beautiful daughter, Henley Grace, 16 months.
"Henley's going to be a big sister. Something we've been trying for a while has finally come to fruition and I can't wait to meet our little baby boy," Doug continued, before Jamie reportedly pointed out, "Yeah, you hope it's a boy."
Jamie then went on to say her pregnancy experience thus far has been rocky, as she's been feeling "nauseous" and can "barely keep [her] eyes open." However, Jamie gushed about how she is "so excited to grow [their] little family."
Although Doug admitted he'd love to have a son, Jamie reportedly said on the podcast she's hoping for a second baby girl.
"I want Gracie to have a sister," Jamie confessed.
"The way I'm feeling it's going to be a boy," Doug insisted, People reported.
Jamie explained earlier this year she and her husband were unable to have sex for quite some time because the act was painful for her after welcoming Henley into the world in August 2017.
The reality TV stars had an arranged marriage and tied the knot in March 2014. Their wedding was documented on Season 1 of Married at First Sight, and their road to falling in love with each other was a bumpy one.
The couple, however, managed to work through their issues and stay together.
And then in July 2016, the pair announced they had endured a heartbreaking miscarriage with their first child. Jamie and Doug called the baby boy they had lost four months into Jamie's pregnancy Johnathan Edward.