'Bachelor in Paradise' alum Carly Waddell expecting baby girl
UPI News Service, 08/21/2017
Bachelor in Paradise alum Carly Waddell is going to have a baby girl.
The 31-year-old television personality announced her unborn baby's sex in an Instagram post Saturday after confirming she's pregnant with her first child with husband and Season 3 co-star Evan Bass.
"This is our professional Gender Reveal photo!" she jokingly captioned a picture of herself with Bass and his three sons. "IT'S A GIRL!!!! I'm not the only girl anymore! Whoo Hoo!!!!"
Bass shares sons Ensley, Liam and Nathan with ex-wife Marie Ward. The 34-year-old reality star also announced the news by sharing a video of himself breaking open a pinata filled with pink confetti.
"We are pleased to announce the release of our baby girl Bass in February 2018," he wrote.
"My book, 'Raising Girls and Where to Buy a Shotgun for her Prom' will be released shortly thereafter followed up by my fashion blog YouTube interactive," the star jokingly added. "ALSO, WE ARE SO EXCITED!"
Waddell and Bass married outside Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, in June, and announced Waddell's pregnancy this month. Waddell said last week that she learned she was pregnant while in Mexico for the wedding.
"It was a great surprise, it's a great little miracle," she told Entertainment Tonight. "We took a pregnancy test in Mexico, and we saw the thing [in Spanish] and were like, 'What does that even say? So we googled it!'"
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Waddell and Bass competed on The Bachelor Season 19 and The Bachelorette Season 12, respectively, before starring on Bachelor in Paradise. The couple got engaged on the Season 3 finale, which aired in September.
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