"I feel so happy and fortunate to share the arrival of my baby -- 'my gift from God.' The baby has not been born yet, and it's the most beautiful feeling that I have ever felt," Anny captioned two photos on Instagram of her baby bump and an ultrasound photo.
"It fills me with joy to know that I'll have someone to fight for and give the best of myself to," she added. "I wait for him or her with lots of emotion. #90dayfiance #whatnow #pillowtalk."
Anny also wrote her statement in Spanish below the English translation.
The @FraudedByTLC Instagram account reported in late February "a source inside production" was claiming Anny and Robert are having a baby together.
The account captioned its posting, "Congratulations, Robert and Anny!"
This baby will be Robert's sixth child, as he had welcomed five kids with four different women when he was a self-declared "player."
In February, @FraudedByTLC also posted photos showing Robert and Anny filming with a camera crew at a Monkey Joe's, an inflatable play and party center for children, with Robert's son Bryson.
While the Instagram account and many fans speculated Robert and Anny might star on a future season of90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?, TLC subsequently revealed the couple will be appearing on the fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now?.
The fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? is currently available in weekly short-form episodes on the TLC GO streaming service. The new season premiered February 23 and Robert and Anny's episode is scheduled to air on Sunday, April 12.
Robert was a 41-year-old from Winter Park, FL, and Anny was 30-year-old from Santiago, Dominican Republic, when they starred on 90 Day Fiance's seventh season.
Robert and Anny reportedly exchanged vows in September 2019 and are currently living in the United States together.
Robert and Anny went through a lot of ups and downs on 90 Day Fiance's seventh season, which concluded with the couple getting married on the season finale in February.
The pair only spent one day together in the Dominican Republic in person before Robert proposed marriage asked Anny to move to America to be with him and become a mother figure to his son Bryson.
Robert was hoping to marry a responsible and classy woman, but Anny's behavior -- such as wanting to go to the strip club and have a threesome with another woman -- left him with a lot of questions and doubts about her character and the future of their romance.
Anny's main problem seemed to be the limited amount of money Robert was willing to spend on her. She was disappointed in the clothing Robert bought her as well as their small apartment.
Robert called Anny "inconsiderate," "ungrateful," and "selfish" when they fought because he felt nothing he ever did was enough for her.
Anny also clashed with Robert's brother Kenny in addition to Bryson's grandparents, Ben and Stephanie Woodcock, who offered to write Anny a check for thousands of dollars so she could go back to the Dominican Republic.
Anny also apparently had some jealousy issues since Robert had children with multiple women.
"But now, I'm a different guy... I grew up and my priorities changed -- a lot," Robert told the cameras.
However, when the couple tied the knot, Robert promised to love Anny until his last day on earth, and Anny thanked her man for believing in her in every way.
Anny revealed at the end of the season Robert wanted ten children but she only wanted five. Robert joked he absolutely doesn't want to have an NBA team of kids, and Anny laughed.
Since their stint on90 Day Fiance, Robert and Anny have also appeared on 90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk, and they will be one of the fan-favorite couples featured on TLC's upcoming spinoff 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined.
As the title suggests,90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined will give viewers a glimpse into the lives of more than 40 former 90 Day Fiance franchise stars as they quarantine themselves at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined will initially be a five-episode series that will premiere on April 20 and run through May, according to Variety, however that could change.
"Right now, I think this is a limited series event, a one-time only," TLC President Howard Lee told Variety. "If for some reason, this is popular, and the audience really loves it, I don't know -- maybe there's more down the road!"