"Burning House" singer Cam and her husband Adam Weaver are expecting a baby this year. The couple made the announcement on Instagram, revealing that they're very far along.

"We've been keeping a secret for the past seven months, but," Cam begins in a video shared to her social media platforms, "I feel like it's time to let you guys in on it."

The camera pulls back to show a baby bump beneath her white sweater dress. She does a little hip shake and giggles as her husband proudly smiles.

If she's seven months along, she's likely to deliver the new baby — their first — around Christmas, give or take a few weeks. The couple has been married for three years.

The 34-year-old (real name Cam Ochs) has spent the majority of 2019 working on her next studio album, as well as finding new ways to release her songs. In August she delivered a song called "La Marcheuse" in which she sings in French. In April she joined EDM producer Diplo for a song called "So Long." A few months later, she told Taste of Country how she appreciated how the song flipped gender roles.

“I loved that," Cam says. "I think ‘Burning House’ is like that too, saying here’s a woman who you’re admitting guilt. It’s pretty deep into gender roles but a lot of times the men are supposed to be macho, so when they’re vulnerable, that’s like the next level.”

Cam has a clear touring schedule for the remainder of 2019, and nothing yet on the books for 2020. Taste of Country has reached out to her representatives for more information about the baby.

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