Penny added, '(P.S I sung “Lady is a Tramp” - a highly inappropriate song choice considering my current condition 🤰🏼and the event 💒, but hey, sometimes a gal’s gotta shake things up... 🎶👊🏻🎤)'
Fans quickly flocked to the amazing video to praise Penny's singing.
'Great singing 💕😍,' one said.
Another added, 'Lovely singing 🎤 ❤'
A third echoed, 'You're amazing, keep it up!'
Earlier this week, Penny opened up to New Idea about her 'miracle baby.'
Unaware until she underwent surgery earlier this year that she was suffering from endometriosis, which affects a woman’s reproductive organs, the 35-year-old actress had difficulty conceiving both Jack and her unborn child.
“I had the surgery, and typically doctors say that you really need to fall pregnant within the first six months after. That’s your best chance because the endometriosis hasn’t started to grow back yet,” she says. “We had planned to try for six months and then the next step for us was IVF. So to fall pregnant in the fifth month – we just felt such relief and gratitude. I was a little bit sceptical at first and didn’t want to get my hopes up.”
As for husband Matt Tooker, 36, the director of a marketing agency, he couldn’t contain his excitement.
“He was just bouncing off the walls,” laughs Penny, who is due in March. “It was lovely to have that reaction.”