The ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ couple, who tied the knot in August 2019, breaks the happy news to their fans on an Amazon Live stream, revealing that Ashley is 10 weeks along.
AceShowbiz -Congratulations are in order for Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon. The “Bachelor in Paradise” alums announced on Thursday, July 15 that they’re expecting their first child together.
The couple, who tied the knot in August 2019, broke the happy news to their fans on an Amazon Live stream, revealing that Ashley is 10 weeks along. The soon-to-be parents also shared that her due date is February 2022.
“Jared hasn’t kissed me in a while because I can’t stop throwing up,” Ashley said, explaining that she has been experiencing morning sickness all day every day. “It’s been a hard time, guys.”
They also said that they were scheduled to learn the sex of their child during an upcoming doctor’s appointment. While the pair have decided a name for a baby boy, they admitted that they haven’t come up with a name for a girl.
Seemingly still in disbelief, Jared said, “It’s weird to say we’re gonna be parents. When does it sink in?”
Back in February, Jared shared in an episode of “Click Bait with Bachelor Nation” podcast that he and Ashley were actively trying to conceive their first child together. “We’re actually in the ‘trying’ phase,” he said at the time. “We’re gonna try and let the chips fall where they may. Because, you know, we’ve been told it could — who knows how long it could take.”
Jared also gushed over his wife, who wears a watch with a tool that tells her when she’s ovulating. “She’s very good at ‘this day, that day, that day, this day,’ ” he shared while smiling. “It’s like, ‘Alright, hey, you just tell me when.’ “
When it comes to gender of their child, Jared divulged, “Honestly it doesn’t matter. I’d love to have both a boy and a girl. Now having a girl dog [named Lois] — this is weird — but, like, now I really want a girl because having a girl dog, she’s so dainty and delicate. It’s like Daddy’s little girl, and I’m like I kinda want this in a human now.”
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