We all pretty much lost it when Daniella Monet announced that she was expecting a baby boy with her fiancé, Andrew Gardner, back in April. And now, you might want to prepare yourselves because the former Victorious star just shared some super exciting details about the baby! Get this, you guys — not only did Daniella just reveal her due date, but she also let us know what they’re planning on naming the little guy, and we are seriously obsessed!
Drum roll please… It turns out, they’re going to name their son Gio James, and he’s due September 29, 2019. Um, how cute is that name?!
“Wait until you meet all the people who love you Gio, you’re so lucky,” she wrote on Instagram.
Awww, our hearts! As fans know, the 30-year-old actress first announced that she was pregnant on April 3, 2019.
“We’re going to be parents!” she wrote at the time. “Can you believe it? MOM AND DAD. We are sooo excited and even more excited to finally share the news.”
And in May, the lovebirds revealed that they were having a boy!
The brunette beauty has documented pretty much every step of her pregnancy on her social media, and we are living for it. She even shared a video of her beau’s reaction to hearing the baby’s heart beat for the first time, and it was truly a magical moment.
As fans know, the couple has been together for more than seven years, so it’s pretty clear that these two are soulmates. They first started dating back in 2011, and got engaged in December 2017.
“He blindfolded me and walked me over to the sink where I stood as he positioned the dogs perfectly. When he told me I could remove my blindfold and look out the window, I didn’t know what I was looking at,” she told Entertainment Tonight about his proposal. “It took me a few seconds but I eventually saw a bow on the tree, and a few seconds after that, I noticed the carved letters ‘MARRY ME?’ My stomach sunk and the tears came instantly.”
We seriously cannot wait to meet Gio!
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