"The Bachelor" Stars Sean Lowe And Catherine Giudici Expecting Third Child Together

News by Joey Jordan Published on 20 Jun,2019

Sean Lowe And Catherine Giudici Lowe Expecting Third Child Together

  • The Bachelor's Catherine Giudici is pregnant with her third child with husband Sean Lowe.
  • The couple announced the pregnancy in Instagram posts on their respective accounts on Wednesday, 19th June.
  • The couple has already given birth to two sons, Isaiah Hendrix Lowe, and Samuel Thomas Lowe.
  • They first met in the 17th season of The Bachelor where Sean chose Giudici as the winner and later in 2014, they got married at a televised wedding.

The Bachelor's Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe are over the moon again! The lovebirds are expecting their third child together. They have two sons; Samuel Thomas Lowe and Isaiah Hendrix Lowe together.

The husband-and-wife made the announcement on their respective social media pages on Wednesday, 19th June, sharing the family photo that showed Giudici cradling her baby bump as their two sons sat behind her.

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Where the mother-to-be simply featured a group of family emojis on her caption, her husband wrote: "the first two have been pretty cool, so why not a third?" in the caption of his post.

Talking to People, the mother of two said they were surprised to know about her pregnancy. She said,

Isaiah was 11 months old when we found out. It was a little overwhelming to think about but we wanted a big family. this is just the way it was supposed to happen. So we're excited.

In a previous converse with People, Giudici told she wanted a big family and was hoping for a daughter next.

The lovebirds met in Lowe's season of The Bachelor, the 17th edition of the long-running ABC show, in which Lowe chose Catherine Giudici as the winner. The two got engaged during the season finale and tied the knot in January 2014 in a televised wedding.

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