Trisha Paytas is expecting baby No. 2!
The 35-year-old YouTuber couldn’t contain her joy as she took to Instagram to announce this wonderful addition to her family.
This delightful revelation comes just a year after she gave birth to her first child, Malibu Barbie. In a heartwarming series of snapshots, Paytas beautifully captured precious moments with her husband, Moses Hacmon, 46, and their adorable daughter, 11 months.
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Trisha Paytas will welcome her second child in May 2024
“Thankful Baby #2 coming May 2024,” Paytas captioned the slideshow on Tuesday. In the snapshots, the internet personality looked stunning in a chic brown mock-neck sweater dress, complemented by glamorous gold thigh-high boots and matching hoop earrings.
Hacmon, 46, for his part, opted for a simple yet stylish ensemble, donning tan trousers and a beige quarter-zip sweater. Their first daughter stole the show as she proudly displayed sonogram photos. She wore a cute beige sweater that read, “Big Sister,” along with a charming bow adorning her hair.
Fans congratulate Trisha and her growing family
The comment section was filled with well-wishers congratulating the social media personality. “Congratulations to the entire fam! so happy for you,” read a comment. “CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!,” commented Jaclyn Hill. “You always dreamt of a family and now look im so happy,” a fan wrote.
“Yes! So happy for you guys Trish <3,” another fan wrote. “God knew what he was doing! It’s not that he didn’t want you to have babies! He wanted you to have them with Moses,” another top comment read.
Did Trisha Paytas give birth to a royal monarch?
The pregnancy news comes a year after Trisha Paytas posted about being one centimeter dilated on the same day Queen Elizabeth II died. It led to a viral meme claiming she gave birth to a reincarnation of the late monarch. Paytas then clarified that she was still pregnant, dismissing the claims.
“I almost felt sad yesterday to tell people this. The internet is a weird place. I don’t know how any of those rumors started or why?” Paytas wrote in a caption of an Instagram post.
“Sorry to the royal family and my baby. Felt weird to say anything at all. But so many people IRL that we know had been texting and calling about this,” she added.