Maybe he should rename his popular segment "Car Seat Karaoke"!
"Carpool Karaoke" master James Corden, who hosts "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on CBS, and wife Julia Carey are expecting their third child.
The comedian's rep confirmed the new to multiple outlets, include Us Weekly and People, which note the baby is due in December.
James, 38, and Julia, a former charity worker and television producer, married in their native Britain in 2012. They're already parents to son Max, 6, and daughter Carey, 2.
James and Julia were introduced to one another by actor Dominic Cooper, who knew Julia growing up in Blackheath, England.
James has spoken publicly of his love and respect for his wife, noting how she holds their family together.
"It was [love at first sight] for me. I doubt it was for her. She's incredible," he told People magazine. "People always talk about me and how much work the show must be, but it's nothing compared to what she does. Our daughter was only 12 weeks old when we moved here [to Los Angeles from London]. I had to come out earlier because the baby didn't have a passport."
"It was a massive thing to just pick up our life and come here, you know. And we're happy because we're together all of the time. It's not like I'm doing a movie where I'll be back in a few months or a play with eight shows a week where every night you're on your own," he added. "Predominantly, this show is me being here, in this office, coming up with ideas and then we go and shoot stuff and do the show. Home every night."
In 2016, James told presenter James Bishop how grateful he is for his successful late-night hosting gig — because it allows him to be present for his children.
"Certainly in these last few years since we've moved to America… I've realized it's just not a healthy environment for me not to be there. For me to go away [to shoot movies] and come back," he said. "I want to be a consistent and present dad and husband. So I feel very, very lucky the I'm afforded such a life because so many people aren't."
He continued, "And your kids, they're just, certainly at the age my children are at now, they don't care how big our house is. They don't care what car we're in. They don't care what shoes their mum's got. They just care if you're around. That's it. The joy of being around them is great. Unless you're on a plane from Los Angeles and then it's a nightmare," he quipped. "The feeling you get of walking on a plane, I mean, my god, of walking on a plane with a 1 year old… the look of disdain on people's faces, you just, you look at them and go, 'I'm so sorry!'"