Last night Chris Evan’s wife gave birth to twins- a boy and a girl, both are healthy, happy, strong and blessed, reports BBC Radio. His wife was strong throughout the delivery and after it became excited too.

The announced of Chis Evan’s wife gave birth to twins read out live on the show, in his absence being hosted by Sara Cox.

Yesterday, after being induced, Evan’s wife Natasha Shishmania gave birth to healthy twins.

Chris Evans’ wife gave birth to twins | UK.tnbclive.com

Both of their dreams come true. DJ added: “Ping popped her head out at 22:10, Pong popped his head out 12 minutes later at 22 minutes past 10”

Evan’s said, “Infinite thanks to the amazing team at Frimley Park Hospital, amazing people, amazing professionals, helping dreams come true. Thank you.”

Evans and Natasha got married in 2007, already have a son Noah, six and nine-years-old Evans and Eli have an older daughter, named Jade, from previous relations.

Cox greets the show with mocking as herself the new host of Evan’s show, followed expectation that who would replace Chris Evans.

Chris Evans’ wife gave birth to twins | UK.tnbclive.com

Zoe Ball and Sara Cox have been reported in need of the job, however, nothing has been confirmed yet.

Cox said that “Well here we are then, welcome along to the show. My name is Sara Cox, we never thought we would get here, this is your brand new Radio 2 Breakfast show and I just want to say I am so thrilled. I would like to thank my mum for her support…”

She then broke off and could hear someone speaking in the background saying, “Just one day? Oh.”

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