If they'd just been a few days earlier I could have had a witty strap line about Easter eggs but never mind, it's still great news!
The first egg was spotted yesterday morning and the RSPB are expecting another two eggs to be laid over the next few days.
Osprey image courtesy of RSPB:
The eggs will be incubated for around 37 days now and should begin to hatch around mid May.
Ceri Thomas from RSPB said: "Over the past few days the female osprey was seen leaning on her wings and chest with her tail feathers wiggling high up in the air, while digging down into the nest with her feet to make a cup to hold the eggs"
Osprey image courtesy of wildlife photographer Andy Rouse:
You can pop along and see all the action for yourselves at the Glaslyn Osprey Project which is open from 10am - 6pm daily until the end of August and it's free to get in.
The visitor centre has live images of the nest and osprey beamed onto a large plasma screen for you to watch.