Vicki Gunvalson's Daughter Briana Culberson Gives Birth to Second Child

Celebrity Moms Jul. 7, 2014 AT 10:25PM
Briana Wolfsmith Briana Culberson-Wolfsmith gave birth to her second child, another baby boy, on July 4! Credit: Courtesy of Briana Wolfsmith

It's another boy! Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson revealed on Facebook on July 4 that her daughter Briana Wolfsmith-Culberson gave birth to her second child.

"Just got to LAX to catch a 6am flight to OKC. Our new baby decided to come a early," the reality star announced on her page, "Can't get there quick enough! Pray for healthy baby and momma. 4thofJulybaby."

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Gunvalson is already a proud grandmother to Briana and husband Ryan Culberson's first child, 22-month-old son Troy

The self-described "Nana" was equally as excited when her daughter and son-in-law learned the sex of their second child. Back in January the Housewives veteran posted a picture of the clan with blue balloons along with the caption: "So excited! Just found out baby #2 is a BOY! #troybigbrother #bestfriends #footballplayers." The adorable moment was also featured in an episode on this season of Real Housewives of Orange County.

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Briana, who now lives in Oklahoma with Culberson, wrote in a blog post in 2013 that since having Troy, she's found a better appreciation for her mom, whom she openly has fought with on the Bravo series. 

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"Having Troy has allowed me to feel more empathetic for my mom and how amazing she is as a mother," the nurse wrote. "Throughout my life she has always put my brother and myself first and was always focused on our happiness. If I'm half as good of a mom as she is, then I'll have done something right."

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