Congratulations are in order for Ali Fedotowsky and Kevin Manno. The Bachelorette alum, 33, and the Valentine In The Morning radio host, 34, are expecting their second child in May, she announced via Instagram Thursday. The couple are already parents to 16-month-old daughter Molly.
“And just like that, life became a whole lot sweeter #BabyManno #May2018,” the expectant mama captioned the black-and-white family photo of the tot pointing at mama’s growing belly.
In an exclusive interview with Celebrity Baby Scoop, General Hospital star Ashley Jones hosted a “Friendsgiving” at her Hollywood home on Nov. 5. Fedotowsky was among the celebrity guests, and we were suspicious of a hidden baby bump under her grey Sole Society turtleneck poncho. See the pics here to view her undercover baby bump.
Fedotowsky and Manno welcomed their first child on July 6, 2016.
Molly weighed in at 7 pounds, 6 ounces, and measured 22 inches in length.
“This little angel is not even a day old and is already our entire world,” Fedotowsky said in a statement. “Molly Sullivan is named after two very important women in our lives. My late-grandmother, Molly Fedotowsky, and Kevin’s late-grandmother, Eva Sullivan, will both live on in our little girl.”
Last month, Fedotowsky took to her website about wrote about “trying” for their second child.
“To baby or not to baby? That is the questions. Ha! Kevin and I have known we wanted our kids to be close in age,” she wrote. “But the question is how close do we want them? I’ve been pretty vocal about the fact that we want to have another baby soon. But now that we are trying and the reality that it could happen soon is settling in and I’m starting to question things/overthink things. If we were to get pregnant right now Molly and our second child would be 2 years apart (25 moths to be exact). Is that too close? Are we going to be losing our minds for that first year? Is 2 1/2 years better? Three years?”
She added: “It’s funny because ever since I started having concerns, I found myself asking other mothers and fathers what they think. I’ll ask them what they think is the best age gap between kids. And I would say 99% of the time the people I ask say the age gap that is best is the exact age gap between their own kids. So if I ask a mom what she thinks is best, and she has kids that are four years apart – she’ll say 4 years is perfect and explain why. I guess I keep hoping someone will answer my question by saying “I wish we waited.” Or “I wish mine were closer in age” I dunno. I just want someone to have the RIGHT answer!”
When it comes down to it, “Obviously there is no right answer,” she wrote. “Maybe whatever age difference you get is exactly what you’re meant to have and that’s why it feels like the “right” age difference.”
Congratulations to the Fedotowsky-Manno family!