Lauren Conrad who was recently dishing out
tips on how to stay healthy during pregnancy to fellow mothers has finally had
her own baby. The former Hill star had been sharing pregnancy advice with the Fit
Pregnancy & Baby magazine. The magazine, July 2017 issue, on which she is
on front page testifies how excited and eager she was to have this baby. The
fashion designer, together with her husband William Tell had long told the
Media that they were going to have kids and now it has finally happened. The
couple that got married on September 24 and announced to the public that they
were starting a family.
Lauren Conrad went through the same
experiences that all pregnant women go through. She was telling the magazine
that she didn’t have any strange and crazy cravings. However, she said she
liked a lot of cheese and wine. She also told the Fit Pregnancy & Baby magazine
that she had serious nausea which she battled during her first trimester.
The excited Hill star told the celebrity magazine that she was not worried
about the birth pains and was more focused on holding her baby in her hands.
She never really said if she wanted a boy or a girl. However what is clear from
her expressions is that she is happy that her baby was a boy. During the pregnancy,
she had posted on Instagram a cute photo with a caption that read ‘’It's a
Lauren gave birth on the 5th of July. The couple soon told the media that they were welcoming their baby boy, Liam James Tell. Just like any mum, Conrad was obviously happy about the news. She posted a cross stitch photo that represented their family with a caption that read ‘’he is here’’.
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