Seeing pink! Newlyweds' Tina Sugandh and Tarz Ludwigsen tell Us Weekly exclusively that they are expecting a baby girl together. The Bravo stars announced that they are gearing up for baby No. 2 during Watch What Happens Live on Tuesday, Mar. 3.
The Bollywood star is four months along, and has already picked out the baby girl's name: Song Eleanor Sugandh. They chose the middle name in honor of Tarz's mother, and the baby will keep Tina's last name.
"I know, isn't that terrible! But Song Sugandh, come on!" she told Us. "It sort of sounds like a stripper name."
The couple came up with the name Song five years ago, and it was chosen for a special reason. "Song is in honor of my mom who passed away from breast cancer [in 2008]. It's because my family, the Sugandh family, grew up performing music together since I was 5 years old," Tina explained. "And my mom's name is sort of the derivative of the word 'Song' anyway. Geeta means song."
Sugandh and Ludwigsen are already parents to son Tarz David, whom they welcomed in June 2013. "He's a little diva," she gushed about her little one, who already has landed an H&M modeling job. She joked: "I've never had a professional modeling gig in my whole life. I'm jealous of my 1-year-old!" (The couple previously joked to Us that they would try for a third baby if the second was a boy again!)
The parents will have their hands full with two children, but Tina doesn't plan on taking an enormous break. She'll continue to help Tarz out with his start-up Pandoodle, a computer vision company that specializes in advertising solutions. She also will keep busy with her belly jewelry line, Glitterbelly.com, and continues to perform at private shows.
Tina has suffered multiple miscarriages before, but appears to be in good spirits in this pregnancy. She's even not letting a little baby bump controversy bring her down. Two weeks after welcoming Tarz David, Tina showed off her skinny post-baby body on WWHL, leading critics to allege that she didn't carry the baby herself. Her response now? In a new photo, she wrote "Real Enough, Haters?" on her bare baby bump.
"It was ridiculous," she recalled, adding: "I am ginormous now!"