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Jesse Csincsak and wife Ann Lueders expecting a baby girl


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 01/02/2014 

Jesse Csincsak has revealed his wife Ann Lueders is pregnant with a baby girl.

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"Guns don't kill people, Dads with pretty daughters kill people," Csincsak, the 31-year-old former fourth-season The Bachelorette winner, posted on Instagram Christmas day.

In the image, a gun is situated on either side of the saying.

"#merrychristmas #love my #daughter!!! Coming #march 2014!!!" added Csincsak in the photo's caption.

Csincsak and Lueders -- a former thirteenth-season The Bachelor bachelorette -- announced they were expecting their second child in September 2013.

The couple welcomed a son whom they named Noah Theodore in February 2011.

DeAnna Pappas selected Csincsak over Jason Mesnick and got engaged to him at the conclusion of her The Bachelorette edition in 2008, while Lueders appeared on Mesnick's The Bachelor edition that same year.

Csincsak broke up with Pappas in November 2008 and then dated twelfth-season The Bachelor bachelorette Holly Durst before he and Lueders began their relationship.

Csincsak and Lueders then got engaged, announced they were pregnant with their first child, and got married all within August 2010.

(Photo credit ABC)


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