'The Bachelor' Alum Vienna Girardi Announces Baby News After Losing Twins
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The Florida-based realtor opened up about her pregnancy loss in August 2017 as she wrote at the time, 'RIP My Sweet Angels Your mommy will never forget you and I loved you both with my entire heart.'

AceShowbiz - Congratulations are in order for Vienna Girardi! "The Bachelor" alum has announced that she's expecting a baby after losing twin girls three years ago when she suffered miscarriage.

Taking to Instagram on Sunday, June 13, the Bachelor Nation star excitedly shared the baby news with her followers. "Heaven's [rainbow emoji] and Mommy's [red heart]!" so Vienna wrote on the photo-sharing site. "I can't wait to meet you. I have waited my whole life for you!"

In the post, Vienna also honored her late twins by sharing a picture of her baby's onesie. "Handpicked for Earth by my sisters, Gia and Mia in heaven," she captioned the snap.

She also wrote on Instagram Story, "I have been waiting so long to tell you all about this tiny surprise! First, thank you all for the support, love and prayers over the years!"

Vienna Girardi announced baby news

Vienna Girardi announced baby news.

This time, however, Vienna opted not to share more details of her bundle of joy. Although she kept details about how far along she is in her pregnancy and more, she revealed in her post that she's excited to embark on pregnancy journey together with her BFF and former Miss United States winner, Rachael Todd.

Vienna opened up about her pregnancy loss in August 2017. "On Aug 3rd, I went in for an ultra sound bc the Perinatologist notice one of my twins had more fluids than the other which was the first sign of TTTS (Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome) this is when one twin takes more nutrients than the other," the Florida-based realtor shared at the time.

"They said that it did look like it had improved over the last week though. Unfortunately, that was not the case and that evening my water broke due to the amniotic sacs rupturing. I spent the next 2 days in the hospital trying everything to save them," she went on to explain.

Vienna also said that she almost died because of it, adding, "The doctors had warned me that if I did not go into labor and deliver the babies, I was taking the chance of risking my own life and causing an infection in my uterus but they could not survive at only 18 weeks. I did everything to save them but their hearts stopped beating on day two which is also when I went into a septic shock with 104 fever."

She then heartbreakingly shared that her babies passed away on August 5, 2017. "RIP My Sweet Angels Your mommy will never forget you and I loved you both with my entire heart," she said. "I thank you all for your support and prayers but I would appreciate it if at this time everyone can respect my privacy and allow me to grieve."

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