*Breaking news Bluey fans!*
If you love the very charming Hamish Blake and his wife Zoë (and let's face it, who doesn't?), then there's a big reason to celebrate! The dynamic duo are set to be the voices of several new Bluey characters. For real life!
With their talents knowing no bounds, the couple are adding their contribution to ABC iView's most-watched television program ever, voicing new characters such as the Russells.
The new doggie family includes puppy Jack who "can't sit still or remember anything," according to The Guardian.
Hamish will also voice the character of a labrador hardware store assistant (below right), who helps Bluey's dad.
Zoë will be making a voice appearance as a white poodle checkout operator who serves Bluey's family.
Photo: Bluey / ABC
A video clip was shared to the Bluey Facebook page this week, to let audiences know new episodes can be viewed from March 17, with parents of children with ADHD applauding the inclusion of the Russell family to the Bluey fold.
"Oh my gosh Jack is my son all over!! We are so excited. I gotta say, Hamish and Zoë would be winning some serious brownie points at home," write one parent.
While another chimed in with, "My two sons will absolutely identify with Jack - they cannot sit still and are always distracted easily. Especially my oldest son with ADHD."
One of Zoë's characters - the white poodle (right) Photo: Bluey / ABC
Another thanked the Bluey team for normalising attention deficit issues.
"Thank you Bluey.. I'm going to have two girls who feel very included and normalised thanks to this episode.. can't wait."
Zoë was characteristically effervescent about the sweet gig on her Instagram Stories, writing, "Bluey is by FAR the most watched TV show in our house. It is so clever and funny and full of heart."
She also admitted that the show, "... makes me want to be a more imaginative, playful parent," and that her inclusion in the hit show is a "genuine life highlight."
Photo: Zoë Foster Blake / Instagram