Lauren Bush Lauren and David Lauren are expecting their third child next spring: ‘It has been a major ray of hope in our lives’
Lauren Bush Lauren said on Instagram Sunday that she and husband David Lauren are expecting their third child.
Bush Lauren, 36, said, ‘We are excited to welcome baby #3 due next Spring!’ alongside an ultrasound.
‘It has been strange and wonderful to incubate new life during this truly surreal year. Morning sickness (more like all-day sickness) aside, it has been a major ray of hope in our lives as we look towards a brighter tomorrow in 2021! Sending [love] to all!’
The latest: Lauren Bush Lauren, 36, said on Instagram Sunday that she and husband David Lauren, 49, are expecting their third child. The couple was snapped in NYC last year
The couple are parents to sons, James, five, and Max, two.
David Lauren, 49, said on social media, ‘Big News…We are getting a brother or a sister next year!!’
Both are from famed families, as David Lauren, 49, is designer Ralph Lauren’s son, while Bush Lauren is the granddaughter of the late former President George H.W. Bush and niece of former President George W. Bush.
The pair initially met in 2004, and tied the knot in September 2011.
Bush Lauren, 36, said, ‘We are excited to welcome baby #3 due next Spring!’ alongside an ultrasound
Bush Lauren and her spouse are parents to sons, James, five, and Max, two
She celebrated their anniversary three months ago, writing on the social media site: ‘Happy 9 year Anniversary to my one @davidlauren!
‘If this pandemic has reinforced anything, it’s that I’m very lucky to get to do life with you through the good times and the tougher times. Here is to the next 90+ years together! Xo.’
David said, ‘Lucky to have my one today and everyday…. 9 year anniversary!!’
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Bush Lauren, though her FEED Foundation, is working with Sarah Jessica Parker and her wine brand Invivo X to combat hunger by providing school means to more than 300,000 children internationally.
Lauren founded FEED in 2007 ‘after seeing the reality of childhood hunger firsthand while traveling with the World Food Programme,’ according to her organization.