Published: 03:37 BST, 24 August 2017 | Updated: 07:42 BST, 24 August 2017
Australian fashion designer Camilla Franks has announced she's pregnant.
The 41-year-old shared the news with her fans on Instagram, sharing stunning shots of herself showing off her bare baby bump in a flowing skirt and embellished bra from her own line.
Camilla is expecting her first child with her Welsh artist fiance, JP Jones, with the pair putting back their November wedding so they can focus on their growing family.
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'Inside my belly now lays the love we've shared': Kaftan queen Camilla Franks, 41, announces she's pregnant with fiancé JP Jones and shows off bare baby bump in stunning images
'Inside my belly now lays the love we've shared,' Camilla wrote in a poem shared alongside a snap on Instagram, on Thursday.
'To my JP, when we were young, the world was ours. Not a care in a world, so many raised eyebrows,' the emotional poem read.
'We loved relentlessly, yet drifted apart, eighteen years later, we reconnected our hearts,' she said.
Their focus: In an official statement, Camilla revealed that she and her fiance have put off their planned November wedding in India after the 'unexpected and beautiful blessing'
Sweet: Camilla shared a touching poem to her man (pictured) as she announced their happy news
'Always my soulmate, a lover and a friend. You've always been here, from start to end.
'Now we're all grown up, but we're still just starting. We proudly stand here, seas apart yet never parting.'
She added about their baby: 'Inside my belly now lays the love we've shared and been through, Inside your Milla (Camilla) two hearts are now beating for you.
'It seems like yesterday, we were two kids drinking in that London pub. But today, we're drinking tea here waiting for little bub. In this world, and every universe after, I’ll always be your girl and you our baby’s father xxC,' it finished, getting almost 2,000 likes.
More joy! The pair became engaged in Wales on New Year's Eve, and will split their time between Sydney and Wales when they welcome their child
In an official statement, Camilla revealed that the pair put off their planned November wedding in India after the 'unexpected and beautiful blessing.'
The baby is due around that time.
'An unexpected and beautiful blessing, this next chapter of our story will be quite a ride,' the statement began.
'After a beautiful few weeks holidaying in Europe, I arrived home yesterday to share the news with friends, family and of course my tribe.
'We had plans to marry in India this November, but life is full of surprises! We aren't in a rush to get married and for now, want to focus on enjoying the precious moments of being a little tribe,' she added.
Love story: They first met when they were younger and travelling in London, before getting back together in 2015
The pair became engaged in Wales on New Year's Eve, and will split their time between Sydney and Wales when they welcome their child.
They first met when they were younger and travelling in London, before getting back together in 2015.
Camilla was previously engaged to John Flannery, but they called it quits in 2013.
The brunette also dated Jonny Sonic from The Potbelleez.
Smitten: The pair regularly show their love for one another on social media
Camilla is known as the 'kaftan queen', running a multi-million dollar fashion empire after her own namesake.
She now sells her designs in 56 countries after starting the label from a single boutique in Bondi.
Camilla first debuted her world-renowned bohemian prints while trying her hand at acting as she wore her own designs on stage 14 years ago.
Familiar face: Camilla is known as the 'kaftan queen', running a multi-million dollar fashion empire after her own namesake
Earlier this year, she said audience attention was often on her bold printed dresses instead of on her acting, she told News.com.au.
'To be brutally honest, I wasn't a brilliant actress, but people in the fashion world coming to the show were asking me to sell them my kaftans and rehearsal gear,' she said.
Camilla's on-stage designs led her to debut her kaftans in an opera cross fashion show in 2004 and she opened her very first boutique in Bondi soon after.