Olympic swimmer Libby Trickett, 37, fumed that her pregnancy was being labeled ‘geriatric’.

She is expecting her fourth child with her husband Luke.

And Australian Olympic swimmer Libby Trickett says she wants to keep the gender of her unborn child a secret until birth.

“It’s going to be a surprise,” she said Thursday during an appearance on The Morning Show.

“We have had the privilege of experiencing three surprises so far. I actually figured they’d all be boys, so right now I’m zero out of three for predicting my baby’s gender.

Although it was a surprise, Libby said she thinks her baby will be a boy.

“It’s one of the few surprises we have in this world and I can’t wait to find out in May,” she said.

She also admitted that this pregnancy was her “most challenging” yet.

37-year-old Libby Trickett, who appeared on Channel Seven's Morning Show on Thursday, revealed she wants to keep her baby's gender a secret until she is born

37-year-old Libby Trickett, who appeared on Channel Seven's Morning Show on Thursday, revealed she wants to keep her baby's gender a secret until she is born

37-year-old Libby Trickett, who appeared on Channel Seven’s Morning Show on Thursday, revealed she wants to keep her baby’s gender a secret until she is born

The retired Australian swimmer also said this has been her

The retired Australian swimmer also said this has been her

The retired Australian swimmer also said this has been her “most challenging” pregnancy to date

“I won’t lie. I’ve probably started to acknowledge that this might be the hardest pregnancy,” she said.

“Not necessarily because of all the nausea — although I’ve had that most days throughout this pregnancy — I’m geriatric in this pregnancy, which is a nice term.”

Libby announced earlier this month that she is expecting baby number four with her husband Luke.

She announced the exciting news via an Instagram post on December 3, and that her entire family – including her three daughters, Poppy, seven, Edwina, four, and Bronte, two, are over the moon.

Libby, an Olympian and gold medalist, shared some details in the caption of her post, which included an ultrasound of her baby on the way.

Libby Trickett is expecting baby number four with her husband Luke Trickett (both pictured)

Libby Trickett is expecting baby number four with her husband Luke Trickett (both pictured)

Libby Trickett is expecting baby number four with her husband Luke Trickett (both pictured)

Libby made the happy announcement by sharing a picture of her sonogram on Instagram

Libby made the happy announcement by sharing a picture of her sonogram on Instagram

Libby made the happy announcement by sharing a picture of her sonogram on Instagram

“Luke and I are absolutely thrilled (and a little scared too) to announce that we’ll be welcoming Baby Trickett 4.0 into the world in May!!” she revealed in the caption.

“Poppy isn’t sure if she’s ready for another baby, Eddie thinks it’s a little girl, and Bronte is excited about being a big sister but really has no idea what to expect.”

The comments were flooded with congratulations and good wishes for the family.

‘Wild!!! Happy birthday dear x,” wrote Sunrise weather presenter Sam Mac.

Olympian and skier Britteny Cox wrote: “Congratulations! This is fabulous news.”

“Congratulations Fam!!” added singer Amy Sheppard.

Libby, who was once the world’s fastest swimmer, had to give up her swimming career at the age of 28 due to an injury.

The retired Australian swimmer, 37, and her entire family - including her three daughters Poppy, seven, Edwina, four, and Bronte, two - are over the moon with the news. All pictured

The retired Australian swimmer, 37, and her entire family - including her three daughters Poppy, seven, Edwina, four, and Bronte, two - are over the moon with the news. All pictured

The retired Australian swimmer, 37, and her entire family – including her three daughters Poppy, seven, Edwina, four, and Bronte, two – are over the moon at the news. All pictured

She wrote about her struggle in her memoir Beneath The Surface, admitting the future was “bleak” at the time, but she’s since become a devoted mother, TV personality and author.

Last year, Libby reflected on her history with postpartum depression following the birth of her daughter, Bronte.

The 34-year-old told The Daily Telegraph that life changes can be “quite daunting”.

“I think whenever you have a change like this in your life, it can always be quite disheartening,” she said.

“Especially for me as I know I’ve had a history of postnatal depression and that’s certainly something we’re very aware of.”

At the age of 28, Libby, who was once the world's fastest swimmer, had to give up after an injury

At the age of 28, Libby, who was once the world's fastest swimmer, had to give up after an injury

At the age of 28, Libby, who was once the world’s fastest swimmer, had to give up after an injury

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