Actress Beverley Mitchell has revealed that she is expecting her first child. The "7th Heaven" star and husband Michael Cameron will welcome the new baby next April, but it's safe to say the actress is already glowing with excitement. Beverley recently celebrated her wedding anniversary in Italy, and then attended the wedding of her former "7th Heaven" co-star Jessica Biel. "Jess was one of the first to know," she said of her pal and the baby news. "I started crying. It was really exciting to share that with Auntie Jess." Beverley joins a list of stars that are expecting their first child. Here are some other beautiful ladies that will soon become moms for the first time.
The "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" star recently revealed that she is expecting her first child with partner Dax Shepard. "Yes, they are expecting their first child in late spring," confirmed a rep for the star. Kristen and Dax began dating in 2007 and have been engaged for nearly three years, but their marriage plans are currently on hold as they protest the ban on gay marriage. Still, the two remain firmly committed to each other and have been discussing family plans since early this year.
It's been a big year for the 33-year-old beauty. Not only did she win an Emmy for her role on the cable hit "Homeland," but Claire also made a July announcement that she was expecting her first child. The actress, who has been married to Hugh Dancy since 2009, will welcome the baby early in 2013. Obviously, the former teen star is thrilled about the prospect of being a mom. "There's no way of anticipating what that's going to mean for us but we are very excited," she said in an interview. "We are going to love this person, I know that."
The 38-year-old Sugarland singer could become a mom any day now. Jennifer and husband Justin Miller announced their pregnancy back in June, and she is due to give birth in November. As she waits for her big day to come, Jennifer has kept busy. She toured during the summer, and recently attended the CMA Awards. As a result, she had to put up with several labor jokes from hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.
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