Hamish Blake's wife announces pregnancy with Beyonce parody

AUSSIE comedian Hamish Blake and writer wife Zoe Foster-Blake are expecting their second child.

And in typical Blake style, they have made a joke of their pregnancy news, sharing a photo of Zoe mocking Beyonce's announcement from the day before.

Beyonce shared the news she is expecting twins with husband Jay Z by posting a photo of baby bump while dressed only in lingerie and wearing a veil in front of a floral back-drop.

>> READ: Beyonce and Jay Z are having twins, siblings for Blue Ivy

Taking to Instagram last night, Zoe shared a hilarious near-identical image, writing: "When @beyonce and I fell pregnant at the exact same time, we were so happy.

"We made a best friend pact to announce the news with high-concept, oversaturated floral imagery and mismatched lingerie on the SECOND of February.

"But not only did my "best friend" announce her pregnancy on the FIRST of February, she added an extra baby to make sure HER announcement was more special.

"Unfortunately, as you can see, news of her betrayal came through mid-photo shoot, but you get the gist."


The photo has received 112,000 likes and almost 10,000 comments.

Zoe and Hamish are already parents to toddler, Sonny. They often share funny tidbits about their parenting life on social media.

Hamish is also renowned for his comical send-ups. 

In December 2014, he made headlines for his parody of Humans of New York.

While on holidays in the city, Hamish spent six hours waiting for the photographer from Humans of New York to come and take his photo.

When he didn't show he decided to do his own Humans of New York photo and story.

And it was hilarious.

>> SEE IT HERE: Hamish Blake's parody of Humans of New York

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