Lauren Bush Lauren Expecting Her Third Child with Husband David Lauren: 'A Major Ray of Hope'

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Lauren Bush Lauren is pregnant!
FEED Projects founder, 36, and husband David Lauren are expecting their third child. The couple announced the baby news on Sunday on Instagram.
"We are very excited to welcome baby # 3 next spring! It was strange and wonderful to start new life in this truly surreal year. Aside from morning sickness (more like all-day sickness) it was a glimmer of hope our lives as we look to a brighter tomorrow in 2021! ❤️ Send to everyone! ”the granddaughter of the late George HW Bush wrote along with an ultrasound photo of the baby on the way.
The parents-to-be share two sons: 5-year-old James and 2½-year-old Max.
"Big news ... We're going to have a brother or sister next year !!" The 49-year-old son of designer Ralph Lauren wrote his post with their children.
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The couple, who met in 2004, married in September 2011 after a year-long engagement.
This September they celebrated their 9 year wedding anniversary. "Happy 9th anniversary of my @davidlauren! If this pandemic has intensified a bit, I am very happy to be able to live with you through the good times and the harder times. Here are the next 90+ years together! Xo", Bush Lauren shared on Instagram.
"Lucky to have mine today and every day ... 9 year anniversary !!" Lauren wrote in his own homage.
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