The genes are strong in this family, with son Axel, who they welcomed in December 2015, being one active tot.
"You know how cats like to just have a feral half an hour throughout he night, Axel has one of those. He tries to skydive off the furniture. He's going to be packing into scrums in the next couple of years," Willis, who has three children from a former relationship, tells WHO.
The couple note that their son does sleep well and is a happy kid, but there's one thing to keep in mind.
"The thing he probably gets most upset about is when he is hungry," Willis said. "Yeah, don't get in the way of his food," Bridges confirms. "I'm pretty sure he eats more than me now."
And although they no longer work alongside each other on The Biggest Loser, they've recently had the opportunity to do so again.
"We are getting the chance to do a lot of key note addresses and doing some work together, doing group workouts with corporates and other people in the market who are interested in having us come along to their conferences. We're getting to do that together and that's really fun," Bridges shared. "We've just come back from the Gold Coast where we did some work together. It's nice."
This article originally appeared on WHO