Former ‘Bachelorette’ Lauren Bushnell and husband Chris Lane welcome their second kid
On October 16, Lauren Bushnell announced on Instagram that she and husband Chris Lane welcomed their second kid.
The new mom of two posted a touching video to Instagram with the comment, “10.16.22 🤍.,” which means the date her oldest son met his little sibling.
Lane shared a photo of their son Dutton holding their new baby on his own social media accounts to spread the news.
“Life just got 8 Pounds Sweeter! Family of 4 Now!!”
After giving birth to her son Dutton, now 1 year old, in June 2021, Bushnell, 32, announced to her Instagram followers that she was expecting again in June.
The former reality star announced the pregnancy and announced the expected arrival of her fourth child in October 2022 in the caption of her first photo showing her pregnant belly. “Dutty, I can not wait to see you in your new role as big brother.
There was a social media slideshow of Bushnell and Lane’s kid, who was wearing a “Brother” sweater.
The pregnant starlet sported a crop top and jeans.
Alums of “The Bachelor” who knew Bushnell left remarks congratulating her on her growing family.
Best news ever!! Bekah Martinez and Lauren Burnham both expressed their enthusiasm for the couple by writing, “Ahhhh!!! That is the best age difference ever: 16 months!
I guess it is no secret to what is been goin’ on in the Lane household Dutty is going to be a brother!” the 37-year-old country musician wrote in his own post.
The newlyweds announced in October 2019 that they intend to expand their family with a sibling for Dutton.
In October of 2021, Bushnell expressed his desire to have more children to Us Weekly. Despite this, Chris and I frequently threaten Dutton with no future siblings if he does not behave: “You better straighten out or you are not going to get a sibling.”
The ex-ABC hostess, formerly engaged to “Bachelor” Ben Higgins, said, “I’m not sure how many in terms of, like, two or three.”
Bushnell told her Instagram followers that she was hospitalized with marginal cord insertion while expecting their second child, explaining that this is when the “umbilical cord attach[ing] to the edge of the placenta versus the middle.”
When the doctor told me… I was under a tremendous amount of stress. The former flight attendant stated via Instagram Stories in June that she was “way sicker than she did during her last pregnancy,” but that she was “trying to stay optimistic.”
She further explained that “It can sometimes cause the baby to not get all the nutrients it needs, so it just needs extra monitoring,”