Former Selling Sunset star Maya Vander is celebrating some very good news.
The reality star, 39, is pregnant again, after suffering a stillbirth followed by a miscarriage for the past year and a half.
Fans began to wonder if the star was expecting after posting her last Instagram video on Thursday, where she appeared to be sporting a baby bump.
The happy news was later confirmed by People, with a source confirming to the publication that Maya was pregnant.
Last year, Vander shared the heartbreaking news that she had a miscarriage at 10 weeks. It happened just six months after she experienced a stillbirth in December 2021.
Good news! Former Selling Sunset star Maya Vander, 39, is pregnant again after suffering a stillbirth followed by miscarriage for the past year and a half; seen in 2019
A week earlier, the star paid tribute to her late son Mason on Instagram, as she posed with her husband, businessman David Miller, outside a playground they had donated in his memory.
“Today was a very emotional morning! Our playground donation was completed and opened for children. This playground will bring joy to so many children.
“Our stillborn Mason will be in our hearts forever!” In every tragedy we can try to find some light and learn to get through the tough times. Thanks to the daycare for allowing us to create such a fun space for the children! »
The couple already share two children, Aiden, four, and Elle, three.
Last year, the star took to her Instagram Stories to say she was still wondering why the stillbirth had happened to her “perfect baby”.
In her post to mark a year since her death, she said she was unsure how she would feel the day before, explaining her death was ‘essentially bad luck’ due to a compressed placental cord .
She wrote: “Today, exactly one year ago, I marked one year since I lost my son Mason at 38 weeks (9 months) and had a vaginal stillbirth. I wasn’t sure what this day would be like. He would have been a year old and might have taken his first steps.
‘I still have questions about why?? He was a perfect baby and the autopsy report came back inconclusive.
Do you bump into each other? Fans began to wonder if the star was expecting after posting her last Instagram video on Thursday, where she appeared to be sporting a baby bump
Pending: The good news was later confirmed by People, with a source confirming to the publication that Maya was pregnant
In the spotlight: A week before, the star paid tribute to her late son Mason on Instagram, as she posed with her businessman husband David Miller outside a playground they donated in his memory
Parents: The couple already share two children, Aiden, four, and Elle, three
“Dr Kliman from Yale University examined my placenta and was pretty sure the cord was compressed. Basically bad luck.
She continued, “I decided to spend my day with the children and be grateful for them. At the end of the day, sitting in bed and crying won’t bring him back.
‘As we approach the holiday season which was gray and dreary last year, I hope I can enjoy it again. Life goes on…and you learn to deal with grief in different ways…’
At the time of her loss, Vander shared the sad news on Instagram.
“Yesterday was the hardest day of my life. I had a stillborn at 38 weeks. I always heard about it, but I never imagined that I would be part of the statistics, ”she wrote.
“Instead of giving birth, I’m going home with a memory box…I wouldn’t wish that on anyone.”
“What used to be a regular weekly checkup has turned into a nightmare that I never imagine will happen to me,” she continued.
“Since I share my pregnancies on the show, I knew I should post about it and avoid the ‘when is your due date’ question. You will always be in our hearts baby Mason.’
Heartbreak: Last year the star took to her Instagram Stories to say she still wonders why the stillbirth happened to her ‘perfect baby’
‘Bad luck’: In her post marking a year since her death, she said she wasn’t sure how she would feel the day before, explaining that her death was ‘essentially bad luck’ due to a compressed placental cord.
Sadness: The estate agent described the stillbirth of third child Mason as ‘the most difficult day of my life’ in a news article
Selling Sunset: Maya announced in 2021 that she was leaving Selling Sunset after five seasons to focus on her family; seen in a photo from the show
Six months after her stillbirth, she shared that she had a miscarriage in June 2022.
Maya, who announced in 2021 that she was leaving Selling Sunset after five seasons to focus on her family, confirmed she suffered a miscarriage while 10 weeks pregnant in June – just six months after her birth. heartbreaking stillbirth.
She wrote on Instagram: “I had a very crazy week. Miscarriage after 10 weeks…following my stillbirth. But my children and my husband are absolutely my blessing and I am so lucky to be their mother!!’
‘They bring joy and happiness into my life!! Embrace and love the people you care about. Don’t take things for granted!
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