Emilie de Ravin Is Pregnant, Expecting Baby No. 2 With Fiance Eric Bilitch: ‘Baby Boy Makes 4!’

Emilie de Ravin and family
Emilie de Ravin and family Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images

Their fairy-tale continues! Once Upon a Time star Emilie de Ravin and fiance Eric Bilitch are expecting baby No. 2.

The 36-year-old Australian actress took to social media on Friday, June 29, to announce the exciting news of her expanding brood with a picture on Twitter that shows her laying in the grass holding a pregnancy test that reads, “pregnant.”

“Coming this fall…Baby boy makes 4!” she captioned the pic. “Eric & I could not be more excited to share our happy news with y’all & Vera is over the moon about becoming a big sister! 👩🏼🧔🏻👧🏼👶🏼💙 @ericbilitch #ClearblueConfirmed #ClearbluePartner”

De Ravin is no stranger to letting followers in on her happy news by sharing on social. She announced the arrival of her 2-year-old daughter, Vera, in a sweet Twitter post in March 2016.

“Welcome to the big wide world!” the Roswell alum tweeted. “Vera Audrey de Ravin-Bilitch born March 12th 2016. Couldn’t be happier! So in love with our little girl!” Bilitch also got in on the excitement tweeting: “Madly in love with our gorgeous girl. And her momma is the most wonderful woman on earth! Could not be happier!”

Four months later, she announced their engagement in a photo that showed off the stunning diamond ring that the writer/director proposed to her with.

“So excited!!!” she tweeted at the time. “I love you @ericbilitch,” she added with the ring emoji, to which Bilitch retweeted.

The couple first went public with their relationship in summer 2014. De Ravin was previously married to ex Joshua Janowicz from 2003 to 2014.

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