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Drew Scott and Wife Linda Phan Are Expecting Baby No. 2: 'I Hope Parker's Ready'

The couple shared a photo featuring toddler son Parker to announce the exciting news

<p>Linda Phan/Instagram; Drew Scott/Instagram</p> Drew Scott and wife Linda Phan expecting baby No. 2.

Linda Phan/Instagram; Drew Scott/Instagram

Drew Scott and wife Linda Phan expecting baby No. 2.

Drew Scott's little guy is going to be a Property Brother in his own right!

The HGTV personality, 45, and wife Linda Phan, are expecting their second baby together, the couple announced on Instagram late Sunday night.

Sharing a photo of their son Parker, 20 months, sitting in front of Phan with a hand on her baby bump, Scott wrote, "Round 2👶I hope Parker’s ready for a lil company❤️❤️."

Phan also shared the photo in a carousel of pictures captioned, "💕 lately-ish 💕," showing the couple spending time with their toddler son as they prepare for him to be a big brother.

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The Property Brothers star may have hinted at the couple's big announcement earlier this month, when he posted a photo with his little family as they celebrated a new year on Instagram.

The three faced away from the camera as they looked at a rainbow in the distance, with Scott captioning the shot, "New year, new beginnings."

Drew Scott/Instagram Drew Scott and wife Linda with son Parker
Drew Scott/Instagram Drew Scott and wife Linda with son Parker

In a snippet of a special Father's Day interview on his website, shared with PEOPLE, the HGTV star talked about some of the challenges he's faced in his first year of parenting, explaining he and Phan found the "early stages" difficult.

"I was back in school finishing my Executive MBA and I had to fly out to Boston two months after Parker was born for two weeks," he recalled. "The early stages of being born is a tough time to leave a parent solo."

"[Linda] was good at letting me know what she needed to tackle everything, but after doing that it made me understand how easy it could be to just let Linda take the reins on everything Parker — I'm at work all day and she's with him, so it's easy for me to forget that I'm a parent here too and I have certain responsibilities," he shared.

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