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Brooklyn Decker, Andy Roddick Expecting First Child

Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick are expecting their first child. The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model–now an actress–and the former pro tennis player will become parents this coming fall...
Brooklyn Decker, Andy Roddick Expecting First Child
Written by Kimberly Ripley
  • Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick are expecting their first child. The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model–now an actress–and the former pro tennis player will become parents this coming fall.

    A rep for Brooklyn Decker made an official announcement to the media.

    “I’m happy to confirm Brooklyn and Andy are expecting a new addition to their family in the autumn of this year,” Jesse Parker Stowell said.

    Brooklyn Decker announced the exciting news herself, via a post on her Instagram account.

    “So this happened… #the3ofus,” she captioned the photo.

    Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker tied the knot six years ago. Their experience at parenthood thus far comes at the hands–or paws–of their two bulldogs, named Billie Jean King and Bob Costas.

    About a year ago, Brooklyn Decker told People magazine they were thinking about having a family one day.

    “I love kids. I definitely want kids,” she said. “I just have to figure out the timing of that.”

    Brooklyn Decker will soon star in a new TV show that premieres on May 8th. She will actually be playing a mom on Grace and Frankie. The show will air on Netflix.

    Andy Roddick is throwing his annual Andy Roddick Foundation Gala on Monday. Elton John–who performed at the couple’s wedding–will perform at the gala.

    Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick must be incredibly excited over their foray into parenthood–the human kind this time.

    The couple is likely receiving congratulations from friends and fans from all over the world.

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