The celebrity couple, who are already parents to a 22 month-old son, are preparing to welcome a baby girl into their family.
Nick Lachey is going to become a father of two!
The 40 year-old singer and his wife Vanessa Minnillo are expecting their second child together.
Lachey announced the exciting news via Twitter on Tuesday morning (July 15th).
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Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson are married! The couple tied the knot on Saturday (5th July) in California.
Jessica Simpson has married Eric Johnson, her partner of four years and father of her two children. The couple tied the knot on Saturday (5th July) in a ceremony at San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California. The couple were joined by 250 guests including their extensive families and a number of other famous faces!
Eric Johnson and pregnant Jessica Simpson photographed in 2011.
Simpson and Johnson began dating in May 2010 and became engaged in November of that same year. They have a daughter and son together, Maxwell Drew, born in 2012, and Ace Knute, born in 2013. Both Maxwell and Ace had roles in the wedding as flower girl and ring bearer. Maxwell was also accompanied down the aisle by her cousin, Ashlee Simpson's 5-year-old son, Bronx.
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Vanessa says she and Nick can't wait to add to their brood, only nine months after having their first child together
It hasn't even been a year since their first child was born, but according to Vanessa Lachey, she and Nick are already thinking about adding to their family, with the model and television presenter telling US Weekly earlier this week that she and husband Nick Lachey are more than ready to start trying for a brother or sister for 9-month-old son Camden.
"Of course! Yes, God-willing, it will be at the right time," the host of Wipeout told the magazine on Wednesday (June 19). "Right now we're happy with where we're at. We're happy with having him. But in the future, we'd love to add to our family."
But rather than get too caught up in having another baby Vanessa added that she is still as smitten with her first born as ever, as she went on to discuss how much she is enjoying watching her son grow up. She explained how Cameron already has started growing teeth and is crawling around the family home and how, with him being a boy and everything, Cameron is also prone to making his fair share of mess around the house too.
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Nick Lachey was kicked out of a Cincinnati Bengals game this week after security in the stadium deemed his trash talking had gone too far. It's unclear what the former boy-band star said to upset officials, though he later bragged on Twitter, "Just got kicked out of the chargers stadium and couldn't be prouder! Go Cincy Bengals. Bengals win again. i'd talk trash to everyone in SD, but what's the point? you already had me kicked out of the stadium and you still lost."
A short time later, Lachey issued a statement of sorts on Twitter, saying, "For the record, i was not kicked out of the chargers game for excessive 'trash talking'. no, that honor belonged to the guy in front of me!" To be honest, we're no longer sure who was doing the trash-talking, though the singer claimed, "I simply don't appreciate someone turning around and putting their finger in my face. call me crazy, but that deserved a reaction."
A grainy video appears to show Lachey getting aggressive with a Chargers fan who was wearing an Igor Olshansky jersey (Igor played for the Bengals for four years). The fan claims Lachey made an offensive comment about Olshanksy, before his wife fired back, "Well, he lasted longer than your boy band." The comment riled Lachey even more, who flipped out and called the woman "a f*cking b*ch". Nick's representative says, "This is a gross misrepresentation of what happened. It was nothing but a spirited debate between fans of opposing teams. At no point did Nick say anything derogatory to the man's wife and anything to suggest the contrary is simply untrue."
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Singer Nick Lachey gets out of his car on arriving for his appearance on 'The Rachel Roy Show'. He doesn't stop to pose for photographers or sign autographs for his awaiting fans and ignores one paparazzo who keeps asking him how his new baby is doing.
Nick Lachey has been talking to People about becoming a parent for the first time with his wife Vanessa. Talking to the magazine, Lachey revealed the completely thrilling story about how they settled on their newborn's name. "It's kind of a funny story" said Lachey, before adding absolutely nothing of amusement. "I've always liked the name Colin. We thought that Colin would be the name. And John is my dad's name." He added. "But as we got further into it, I learned that Vanessa wasn't a big fan of the name Colin, so we started looking for another 'C' name."
The answer came after Nick visited Vanessa's obstetrician's office with her on Camden Drive, causing him to one day suggest, "Hey, what about Camden?" We know; it's a story for the annals right? "We didn't really know anyone else named Camden. It was such a neat name. We fell in love with it and decided on it five or six months ago."
Of course, the big thing everyone likes talking about when they've had a kid is how they're dealing with diapers. Nick was no different. "Diapers are no problem!" he enthused. "I had a little training with the niece and nephew with diaper duty, and yeah, I've got no problem changing diapers. It makes for good bonding moments with me and the little guy." Lovely stuff.
And hey, it's not a bad idea. The problem is that The Hard Easy doesn't have any other ideas to sustain the other 95 minutes that don't involve the two gangs facing off. Director Ari Ryan practically admits this from the start. He opens with a snippet of the botched heist, then flashes back to how we got there, then we see the heist in all its glory. Those are some rocky times, alas. Try as he might to make Henry Thomas's lovable loser Paul into the hero we're supposed to root for, it doesn't really pan out. Thomas is a terrible choice for the role, in the end, a whiny loser and a bit of a jerk (and on the hook for countless gambling debts) that deserves what he has coming. The schlub on the other team: David Boreanaz, an odd choice who has substantially less screen time than Thomas but does little with what he gets.
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Date of birth
9th November, 1973