Rosie Pope has just announced that she'll be having her fourth child soon because the Pregnant in Heels star is pregnant!
And the lady is so excited that she can't even hide it!
She expressed her excitement:
"We couldn't be happier to be having another baby. We feel so blessed and the rest of our brood are so excited to have another baby in the house."
Rosie Pope and her hubby Daron already have three children including two sons and a daughter.
Will it be a girl that pops out of Rosie early next year to even up the score?
Guess we'll have to just wait and see!
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Pregnancy pro Rosie Pope is finally getting a girl!
On her Bravo show, Pregnant in Heels, Rosie helps pregnant
crazyass "high maintenance" ladies prepare for motherhood. Now she's teaching by example!
The reality star and her husband Daron have a third child on the way. Rosie, who is mom to 3-year-old J.R and 9-month-old baby Wells, is totes psyched to announce that this time she's having a girl!
The blonde momma says:
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New York's Rosie Pope has been invited back to Bravo with a second season of Pregnant In Heels.
Yep, you're gonna see a lot more pregnant divas get in check.
Miss Rosie is bursting with enthusiasm:
I'm so excited that we're off and running on Season 2 of Bravo's Pregnant in Heels. Helping women and families through the exciting and often dramatic time of pregnancy and becoming better parents is truly a privilege. I feel blessed that I get to do it everyday. This season, there will be more joy, more tears, more challenging situations and more of my own family's story.
Challenging situations! You're telling us!
This show is like Bridezillas and Trading Spouses smashed together with a baby inside!
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