Former ‘Bachelorette’ Star Ali Fedotowsky Welcomes Baby Boy

The former reality TV star gave birth to her second child with Kevin Manno on May 24.

Ali Fedotowsky (now Ali Fedotowsky-Manno), and her husband Kevin Manno are beaming with love and excitement after their second child was born on May 24. Ali announced the happy news via her Instagram account with a picture and a sweet caption.

The proud parents can be seen in the black-and-white picture as they are sitting on a hospital bed, admiring their newborn son together. “Our sweet boy has arrived! Born 5/24, 12:57am at 21.5 inches and weighing 8lbs 11oz. We are so grateful and bursting with love,” she wrote on the caption.

Prior to the labor, on May 23, the 33-year-old former “The Bachelorette” star had to be induced because her baby was past the due date. Even so, it still took almost 24 hours for the baby to come.

Ali and Kevin totally planned the second pregnancy as they wished for two children about two years apart. “We always wanted two kids, two years apart and our little ones will be 2 months apart,” she told HEYMAMA earlier this year. Ali became a mother to her first child, Molly Sullivan Manno, on July 6, 2016.

However, Ali admitted that she was nervous about having two children in an interview with HEYMAMA before she gave birth to her second child. “I’m definitely most nervous about managing life with two kids! I already feel like I’m barely keeping my head above water with everything I am doing right now and I’m pretty terrified of what will happen once #2 arrives,” the blonde beauty said. Apparently, the nervous has turned into happiness after her son arrived.

The couple’s daughter, Molly, loves being around other people and interacting with other kiddos. “We’re just so grateful for that. We’re most looking forward to our daughter Molly having a sibling. She loves being around other people and interacting with other kiddos,” Ali said. She hoped with Molly’s character, Molly could get along with her sibling. “So, I’m hoping they will be best friends! The infant stage will be tough to get through but I’m sure we will figure it out.”

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