'Your team consists of a beautiful loving mum who has carried you for nine months, two completely out of control bear cubs at home and a Dad who occasionally gets it right.
'But you’ll fit in just perfectly. We couldn’t be more in love.’
Wippa also used the photo to reveal his daughter’s name, as the sleeping bub could be seen resting on a pillow which bore the words ‘Francesca Vera Alice Wipfli’.
The arrival of Francesca was announced on Fitzy and Wippa's official Instagram account alongside a throwback photo of the loved up duo cuddling up to their two sons, Theodore and Jack.
"Sending a BIG congratulations to the Wipfli's, who have welcomed a beautiful baby girl into the world! (Wips and Lisa haven't decided on a name yet, but we're sure it will be perfect) 👶💗🌏," the caption read.
Wippa and Lisa— who have been in self-isolation for days now after thankfully testing negative for Coronavirus—announced they were expanding their brood in a hilarious gender reveal video in October 2019.
Joining their closest friends, family and the nova team at a Sydney racetrack, those who gathered watched a car zoom around the course a number of times before a pink stream of smoke filled the air— confirming they were having a girl!
A few months before finding out the sex, the comedian and much-loved breakfast show host told news.com.au that his wife— who co-owns the healthy baby food brand, Nourishing Bubs—had surprised him with her pregnancy by hiding her positive test in a shoebox!
"Lisa bought me a pair of leather sandals, I said ‘I don’t want leather sandals’. Then I get home and there’s a Net-a-Porter box, I said to her, ‘Darling I told you I would never wear leather sandals’,” he told the outlet. "Opened it up and inside was the pregnancy test stick with the two lines."
While it's safe to say they now have their hands full with three little ones, Wippa says to his wife's disbelief, he's not ready to slow down just yet!
"I’m hoping there’s maybe another one, four would be great so with that said, no I will not be getting the snip," he told news.com.au.
"Although Lisa’s said if I want a fourth I’ll have to find someone else for it so I’ve put my application in for The Bachelor 2020 — looking for a mum for my fourth kid."
The duo's love story began in 2011, with Lisa revealing she met her now-husband at work!
"I was working for a business in the Nova building. I'd just flown in from London to start a new job and we saw each other and there was an instant attraction," she told Nine Honey.