The Bachelorette’s Desiree Hartsock Reveals Sex of Baby No. 2

It’ll be another boy for Desiree Hartsock! The Bachelorette alum and her husband, Chris Siegfried, announced on Sunday, August 26, that their 21-month-old son, Asher, is getting a little brother.

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Chris Siegfried and Desiree Hartsock host The Pool After Dark at Harrah’s Resort on Saturday January 4, 2014 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Tom Briglia/Getty Images

“It’s a …… BOY!!!!!!!” the former reality star, 32, captioned an Instagram video of their boy eating a cupcake filled with blue frosting. “Asher’s face is priceless! And we are beyond excited to have another baby boy join our family! Can’t even believe we’re already half way there to meeting him. Our hearts are so full right now.”

In the clip, the couple sweetly kissed when they found out the sex of their future addition.

Back in July, Hartsock exclusively confirmed to Us Weekly that she is pregnant again. “We know what to expect. When we brought Asher home, we were so cautious and scared,” she explained at the time. “We’ll say, ‘Where’s the baby?’ [to Asher]. And he’ll point to my stomach, but I still don’t think he understands, but he’s doing it.”

For the bridal gown designer and Siegfried — who married in January 2015 — two children may not be enough though. “I think that’s a bridge we have to cross after this one,” she told Us. “We might be OK at two, but you need an army with more kids!”

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