The Bachelor 's Vienna Girardi Is Pregnant 3 Years After Losing Twins
Baby on board!
Bachelor Nation star Vienna Girardi announced she was expecting a little more, which is just over three years after reporting a pregnancy loss while carrying twins. The reality TV personality who earned Jake Pavelka's last rose on season 14 of the ABC dating series took to Instagram to share the baby news.
"Heaven [rainbow emoji] and mom's [red heart]!" She started her caption on Sunday June 13th. "I can't wait to get to know you. I've been waiting for you all my life!"
The Bachelor alum also paid tribute to their late twins by sharing a photo of their baby's romper that read, "Handpicked by my sisters Gia and Mia in heaven for earth."
At this point, Vienna keeps details of her little one under lock and key - such as how far she is in the pregnancy, the expected due date of her baby and much more. However, the 35-year-old entrepreneur announced that she and her best friend and former Miss United States winner, Rachael Todd, are on this pregnancy trip together.
Stars talk about pregnancy loss
"Experiencing that with my best friend is the best," said Vienna on Instagram Stories.
Additionally, the ABC star stated that she is excited to finally share her pregnancy news with her followers.
"I've waited so long to tell you all about this little surprise!" She wrote, adding, "First of all, thank you all for the support, love and prayers over the years!"
Vienna Girardi, Instagram
In another Instagram story, Vienna posted a colorful sign saying “Rainbow Baby”.
Back in August 2017, the Florida-based real estate agent opened up about the loss of her twins at the age of 18 weeks.
"I was going for an ultrasound on August 3 when the perinatologist noticed that one of my twins had more fluids than the other, which was the first sign of TTTS (twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome)," she shared back then with. "They said that in the last week it looked like it had improved. Unfortunately it didn't and that evening my water broke due to the bursting amniotic sac. I spent the next 2 days in the hospital trying everything save. "
Vienna also noted that she almost lost her life, stating, "Doctors had warned me that if I did not go into labor and deliver the babies, I would risk my own life and cause an infection in my uterus she couldn't survive at just 18 weeks. I did everything I could to save her, but their hearts stopped beating on the second day when I also got septic shock with a 104 fever. "
The reality TV personality announced that her little ones passed away on August 5, 2017.
"RIP My Sweet Angels Your mom will never forget you and I loved you both with all my heart," she wrote. "Thank you all for your support and prayers, but I would appreciate it if everyone could respect my privacy at this point and allow me to grieve."
Vienna isn't the only star celebrating her rainbow baby. Click here for the list of mothers who have welcomed rainbow babies.
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