We love a happy surprise! And happy is exactly what the latest news is from former E! News correspondent Jason Kennedy and his wife, model Lauren Scruggs Kennedy—they’re having another baby!

After enduring years of fertility struggles, Lauren Scruggs Kennedy and Jason Kennedy welcomed son Ryver Rhodes last year. Both of them shared incredibly sweet videos with happy news on their Instagram accounts.

Kennedy also showed a closeup of the pregnancy test, which read “yes +” as Scruggs played with their son in the background.

“This was a major surprise and the sweetest plot twist — I cannot wait to watch little Ryver be a big brother 🤭🤍👶🏼,” Kennedy captioned the post on Instagram.

The former E! News host has been open about undergoing IVF a few years ago, after nearly five years of trying to have a baby.

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“It’s always tough when a doctor tells you you can’t have kids naturally and you keep running into complications, but we didn’t sit and wallow in that,” Kennedy told PEOPLE last year. “We were really blessed to meet with some amazing doctors and specialists.”

Their son, Ryver, just celebrated his first birthday—and now he gets to be a big brother!

During the announcement that she was expecting Ryver, Scruggs shared a beautifully edited video with raw, black-and-white footage that shows her undergoing IVF procedures in the hospital, receiving injections, and learning the exciting news when her doctor called.

“We were so honored to have the ability to do IVF with the most incredible doctor and nurses,” she writes in the caption. “It was truly the most special and magical process every step of the way.”

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In vitro fertilization and other reproductive processes, while costly in a financial and emotional/physical capacity, are more common than you might realize. In the United States, more than 55,000 women give birth to a baby conceived through assisted reproductive technologies (A.R.T.) every year, according to The New York Times. Twelve percent of American women age 15 to 44 (7.3 million) have received medical care for infertility.

Now the Kennedys are expanding their family! Plot twist indeed. Congratulations!