David Tennant to be a dad again
David Tennant is to become a father again after revealing his wife Georgia Moffett is pregnant.
David Tennant is to become a father for the third time.
The 41-year-old star - who has 22-month-old daughter Olive with his wife Georgia Moffett, and he adopted her 10-year-old son Tyler in 2011 - revealed the blonde beauty is pregnant with their second child on 'The Jonathan Ross Show'.
Speaking to the host on the chat show, he said: "It's lovely, very lovely. It's exciting."
David met 28-year-old Georgia - who is the daughter of former 'Doctor Who' star Peter Davison - when he starred opposite her in 'Doctor Who' episode 'The Doctor's Daughter' in 2008 when he played the titular Time Lord in the BBC One series.
David recently hinted he could appear in the sci-fi show's 50th anniversary this year when he appeared on the Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show on Absolute Radio.
When asked about his possible return to the programme, he replied: "Everyone is saying that but nobody's been on the phone to me."
Christian then announced: "You liar, did you see him wink?", to which David quipped: "That's just a lazy eye."
As well as David - who portrayed the Time Lord from 2005 to 2010 - a number of former 'Doctor Who' stars have been linked with a return for a 50th anniversary episode, but Billie Piper, who played the Doctor's sidekick Rose Tyler from 2005 to 2006, has said she will not be reprising her role.