Rachel Zoe: The Terrible Twos Is “Nonsense”

Expectant mama Rachel Zoe was photographed with her son Skyler, 2, in West Hollywood, Calif. on Friday (November 22). The celebrity stylist took her tot to Yogurt Stop for a treat after picking him up from school.

“Another work day with my mommy thanks @justincoit and @ShoeDazzle for this special photo! XoRZ,” the pregnant reality star, 42, captioned a sweet snapshot via Instagram.

At nine months along, The Rachel Zoe Project star opened up about her second pregnancy.

“It’s way different. It’s all different,” she told PEOPLE. “I’ve heard that from everyone. I have a lot of pregnant friends right now, and all of their pregnancies are different — second, third whatever it is.”

But once again, she has lost her taste for sweets during pregnancy.

“[I feel] lucky, but also I feel kind of gypped,” she jokes. “What happened? Same thing with Sky … what’s the deal?”

As for her first-born, Rachel couldn’t help but gush about her sweet boy.

“I have to tell you, I think this whole terrible twos thing is nonsense,” she said. “This is my favorite age so far, and to be honest, if I could freeze him at 2½, I would. He has this whole personality and a tremendous vocabulary. He says the most incredible things. We’re blown away by him every single day. He’s in preschool. It’s the cutest thing in the whole world.”

And it sounds like her husband Rodger Berman is just as smitten. “[He’s] very, very, very hands on,” she said. “He loves being a daddy.”

As for their 15-year marriage, the fashionista says she feels “very blessed.”

“Rodger’s the easiest thing in my life. He always has been,” she said. “We’ve been together for 22 years, been married for 15 … Everyone’s always like, ‘Isn’t marriage hard?’ And Rodger and I always laugh.”

She added: “We don’t work at it. It just is. We’re best friends. We’re business partners. We’re madly in love with each other. We have an incredibly happy family, so I feel very blessed.”

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