This is the heart-warming moment a dad was left speechless after his wife announced she was pregnant following a lengthy IVF battle.
Beth and Jamie Wilson were desperate to add to their family and were days away from starting another expensive round of private fertility treatment.
But photographer Beth felt nauseous, and two tests confirmed the 34-year-old was four weeks pregnant.
She wrapped one in a gift box with a note “to Daddy” and pretended to be taking a selfie and filmed her oblivious husband, 37, opening the package.
He thought it it was a homemade present from their first child Eli – who they spent seven years conceiving with IVF.
The video shows the carpenter casually opening it up before his mouth falls open when he sees the test.
It meant they couple have a second child without having to once again go through the process of IVF.
The father-to-be shouts: “What’s this? What does this mean? What? I’m confused.”
But the penny finally drops and he bursts into a smile before shouting “are you kidding me?!” at his giggling wife, and starts to tear up.
Beth is now 22 weeks pregnant and the couple are looking forward to the arrival of their second son later this year.
She added: “We were just about to start the IVF so Beth being pregnant was the last thing on my mind.
“I thought maybe Eli had made me something, and my thoughts were everyone else – apart from Beth being pregnant.
“The penny started to drop when I saw the test, but I was still questioning myself.
“It is a funny video but I do think I look like a bit of a birk.”
Photographer Beth and Jamie, from Calne, Wiltshire, married in 2005 and a year later started trying for a baby.
But after around 18 months they went to the doctors who diagnosed a low sperm count, but said Beth had to wait until she was 30 to qualify for IVF on the NHS.
They started the process in January 2012, with doctors creating six embryos in the lab.
Two implantations in the first year failed, but Beth fell pregnant on the third try in April 2013, and little Eli, now two, was born the following year.
“He was very, very much a very wanted little boy,” she said.
“We never knew if he was going to be the only one, but we treated him like he was.
“But when he was about a year and a half old we thought we would try for another one.”
Due to already having a baby they did not qualify for NHS-funded IVF, but still had four frozen embryos, so were planning to pay around £2,000 for the procedure.
They had paid around £500 already for the initial consultation and drugs in August, which Beth was supposed to start using on the first day of her period, in September.
But when it didn’t start, and she started to feel poorly, she used an old pregnancy test she had from their first pregnancy – which was positive.
She ran to the shops convinced the test was wrong and bought a second one – which was also positive.
“I was bawling by this point,” she recalled.
“But I wanted to tell Jamie in person.”
The overjoyed mum secretly filmed him opening the box – and captured his astonishment.
“I didn’t want to just call him or text him to tell him, so I thought I would wait until he got home and made him a little present,” she said.
“It was funny because you see him nattering away about the traffic on the way home and then his face just changes.
“First he swears and then I could tell he was going to get a bit tearful so I stopped filming.
“It is a lovely video to have and we have shown it to friends and family.”
The couple are having a baby boy which is due on June 16.