A new little boy in town! Stassi Schroeder welcomed her second child with her husband, Beau Clark.
“KNIFE RHYS CLARK, born September 7 at 12:04 a.m., 7 pounds 14 ounces, 19.5 inches,” Schroeder, 35, wrote over Instagram on Saturday, September 9th. “We love him so much already, send prayers that Hartford doesn’t terrorize him.”
The former reality star announced her pregnancy via Instagram in March. “Secrets stress me out,” Schroeder I titled the postShe shows off her baby bump while cuddling her two-year-old daughter Hartford. “Baby #2, I love you so much already.”
As for Clark, he wrote, “Yes we completely hid the bump 💫,” alongside more pregnancy reveal photos.
One of the photos captured a moment in which the former Vanderpump Rules Star and the actor showed Hartford an ultrasound picture. In the other photo, the couple was dressed to the nines while Clark touched his wife’s baby bump.
The Get rid of my head In her Instagram story, the author also gave her fans a little foretaste of the pregnancy. She showed her bare stomach in the bathroom mirror, as we share the baby news was first announced on the couple’s joint podcast, “The Good the Bad the Baby.”
“We had to come here first because we had to tell y’all first,” she said in a clip from the episode.
Less than two weeks after the announcement, she also revealed the gender of the baby on the podcast. “I knew all along that we were having a boy,” Schroeder told her listeners. “I’ve said it again and again. I felt it. It was a mood. … I don’t know how to fucking explain it.”
She spoke exclusively shortly afterwards Us weekly about her growing family. “It’s my fantasy to have so many children, lots of them,” Schroeder said. “But children are really expensive. As life goes on, I realize that they are very expensive and I feel like they are the most time-consuming thing in the world.”
When asked about having baby No. 3, she replied, “When I think about what I want my children’s lives to be like, I want to be able to give each one as much attention and give them as much as possible.” I ask myself, “If I had a third, how would I give this one as much attention as these other two?” At this point I feel like two is a great number for me, but never say never because I might wake up one day and decide that today is the day. You never know.”
The same month she announced her pregnancy, the New Orleans native announced that she was going back on tour Straight up with Stassi Livewith Clark and Taylor Stretcher.
“It’s been three years since we last toured and we’re FINALLY going back on tour!! Needless to say, there is a lot of catching up to do.” she wrote via Instagram. “PS: I already have 4 different glittery bump-friendly OOTDs ready ✨”
When speaking with Us, the podcaster detailed her thought process behind becoming pregnant while on tour. “I actually put off trying to get pregnant because I wanted to go on tour. I thought, “Okay, we’ll finally have our wedding in the spring of 2022.” [and] Spring 2023, let’s plan the tour.’ And then I was like, ‘Well, I really want to get pregnant, but I can’t go on tour without drinking Aperol spritzes,'” she said. “[But] Then I had this moment where I realized I was pregnant [and] Having another child is what I want more than anything in the world, more than touring.”
The Bravo alum continued, “And so I was like, ‘Actually, this is going to be really fun,’ because I feel like I’m going to be a lot more focused and motivated and that if I get pregnant, I just feel like that.” that I want to do more, more, more, more. I just feel like this is going to be a completely different experience than what I experienced the first time on tour.”
Less than a year before Schroeder and Clark announced their baby news, they celebrated their second wedding in Italy. Although they first tied the knot in a backyard ceremony in September 2020, the two waited until COVID-19 restrictions were lifted to throw a larger party.
The TV personality became a mother in January 2021 when Hartford was born, but she always knew motherhood was in her future.
“I’m ready to have a baby,” she said exclusively Us weekly in June 2019. “I never really dreamed about her wedding… but I always knew I wanted to be a mother. I feel like I’m at a point in my life where I’m making my own decisions and following my own path. I know I want to be a mother, so I would rather hunker down before waiting for a wedding.”