England captain Harry Kane and his wife Kate have announced they are expecting their fourth child as the striker prepares for arguably the biggest summer of his career. The Tottenham marksman became the Three Lions' all-time record goalscorer last week in Naples when he netted his 54th goal for his country in the 2-1 win over Italy before following it up with the opener in England's 2-0 win over Ukraine at Wembley.
Now Kane has taken to social media to announce some exciting personal news, capping a special personal week or so for his family after writing his name into the England history books.
The 29-year-old posted on his social media channels, accompanied with a love heart emoji: "Over the moon to be expecting baby No.4! Coming soon…"
Kane was joined on the field at Wembley on Sunday by his two daughters Vivienne and Ivy, who were mascots against Ukraine.
Three Lions skipper Kane and supportive wife Kate also have a son, Louis, who was born in 2022 as they now prepare to welcome another child into their family.
Kate is always routing for her partner whenever he steps out onto the field and she posted an emotional tribute to Kane on Instagram earlier this week following his excellent recent camp away with England.
"It’s hard to express just how proud I am of @harrykane and what he continues to achieve in his career," Kate Kane wrote on Instagram.
"Walking out on the pitch at Wembley as a family to share such a special moment together is something we will cherish forever.
It’s been a truly magical week and we really appreciate all of the lovely messages."
Tottenham and Manchester United supporters could now be forgiven for wondering whether Kane's announcement could have an impact on his club future this summer.
It's understood Kane is open to extending his contract at Spurs as he now prepares to enter the final 12 months of his current deal.
Meanwhile, United are probing and could launch a move to sign the England captain this summer - placing Tottenham in a difficult position should they be unable to agree a contract extension with their talisman.
Kane wanted to join Manchester City after the European Championships in 2021 but Pep Guardiola's side were unable to strike a deal with Daniel Levy.
There is now a sense that Kane would favour remaining in London as he continues to build his family around his supportive network in the capital.
Moving to United would involve relocating to Manchester and that could prove even more complicated with another child on the way.