Meghan King Edmonds Is Pregnant and Reveals Her Baby Bump in a Teeny Bikini
The Real Housewives of Orange County just got themselves a new cast member, but it’s not another drama-inducing lady. This time around it’s a little, bitty baby joining the melodramatic mamas. Meghan King Edmonds has announced that she’s expecting her first baby while also revealing her baby bump in a teeny bikini.
Joining the Orange County crew for the show’s 10th season, 31-year-old Meghan is a sales executive married to former professional baseball player Jim Edmonds. Making the announcement just days ago, Meghan posted a pic to Instagram of herself and her hubby both looking down sweetly at her baby bump with the caption, “We’re expecting a perfect little bundle of sugar and spice and everything nice! Jimmy and I are over the moon! We are thrilled to bring our daughter into our perfectly imperfect blended family in time for the holidays!”
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Posting a second pic that shows the star in a black and gold bikini with her adorable baby bump totally apparent, while standing with an absolutely ab-tastic friend, Meghan added, “It’s like looking at a before and after photo in real life!” lol!
Already the stepmother of four children, this is the first pregnancy for the reality celeb, who will be sticking with the series in its 11th season, meaning there will be plenty of preggo hormones flying around to add to the already existing excitement on the show. And with the little one expected to make their arrival in late fall or early in the winter of this year, perhaps we’ll see the baby girl when season 12 rolls around.
What do you think about Meghan’s baby bump-baring teeny bikini? Tweet us @BritandCo!
(Photos via Meghan King Edmonds, Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)
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