Caila Quinn has a baby on the way!
The “Bachelor” alum and her husband, Nick Burrello, are expecting their first child.
The former reality star, 30, told Us Weekly on Friday that she is a little over three months pregnant and it “feels too good to be true.”
Quinn gushed, “I’ve always wanted to be a mom and am relishing in the fact that this is actually happening.”
The “Bachelor in Paradise” alum noted that despite her morning sickness and nausea, she is getting “more and more excited” with each week of pregnancy.
She and Burrello, who are “going back and forth” on whether to find out the sex of their upcoming arrival, began dating in late 2017.
Two years later, Quinn revealed her engagement.
“Can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with my best friend #MrsBtoBe,” the lifestyle blogger told her Instagram followers in January 2020.
The couple tied the knot in Florida in May of the following year.
Bachelor Nation alums including Sharleen Joynt and Olivia Caridi attended the ceremony.
“There are no words to describe how magical this day was,” the bride, who competed on Ben Higgins’ season of “The Bachelor” in 2016, gushed via Instagram at the time. “I am overwhelmed by all the love from our guests, hard work from our talented vendors, and special moments with my best friend.
“Thank you to everyone who made this day possible!” she continued. “We will cherish this day for the rest of our lives!!”
While celebrating their first anniversary earlier this year, Quinn and Burrello took family photos with their dog.
The pooch also assisted Quinn in telling the Harvard University graduate about her pregnancy.
“I put a new camel sweater on our dog Ash and tucked the pregnancy test in it,” she explained Friday. “When Nick called Ash to come sit with him on the couch, the pregnancy test fell out.”
Quinn said the dad-to-be reacted with “pure shock — and joy, of course.”
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