‘Cheetah Girls’ Star Sabrina Bryan Expecting Baby No. 2 with Husband Jordan Lundberg

Sabrina Bryan’s daughter is going to turn into a big cheetah sister!

The Cheetah Young ladies star, 38, is pregnant, expecting her second child with spouse Jordan Lundberg, she uncovered on Instagram Tuesday. Bryan declared the cheerful news with lovable photographs of 2-year-old little girl Comillia Monroe wearing a pink dress that peruses “big sister” and holding up a ultrasound photograph while at Disneyland.

Monroe gladly flaunts the photograph while presenting before Resting Excellence’s Palace.

Bryan likewise incorporated a sweet video of her inquiring as to whether she will be a big sister as Monroe cheers accordingly. “I made a wish and it worked out… I will be a BIG SISTER!!! #babylundberg2 #bigsisterreportingforduty #onceuponalundberg #familyoffour #disneymagic #bigsister #whenyouwishuponastar,” Bryan subtitled the post.


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A rep for Bryan affirmed Monroe’s introduction to the world solely to Individuals in September 2020, uncovering she showed up in Newport Ocean side, California, on Aug. 31, at 2:03 a.m., after Bryan’s water destitute while she was currently moving into another home The star’s rep affirmed her pregnancy to Individuals the past Spring, with Bryan saying she and her significant other (who marry in October 2018 at Wayne Newton’s home in Las Vegas) “have been truly eager to start this excursion.”

In December 2020, Bryan opened up to Individuals about her frightening experience when little girl Monroe contracted meningitis, a contamination that causes irritation around the cerebrum and spinal rope film, just a short time after her introduction to the world.

Child Monroe was owned up to the pediatric emergency unit she endured 14 days battling for her life as specialists cautioned Bryan and Lundberg that there could be super durable mind harm.

“That was the most frightening part,” she said at that point. “You consider everything she could pass up by her mind being impacted.”

Five days into her medical clinic stay, Monroe turned a corner and she was moved out of the PICU. On Sept. 29, 2020, specialists released her and sent Monroe home to complete her 21-day anti-microbial treatment. “We are so thankful on the grounds that it might have been such a lot of more regrettable. We got a hero princess,” said Bryan.

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