Vicki Gunvalson’s daughter Briana Culberson is pregnant with her fourth child with her husband, Ryan Culberson.
It was Ryan who shared the pregnancy news on his Instagram account on Sunday. He got his message across as he posted an image of a safety pin inside a safety pin.
This comes only nine months after the blonde beauty, who is an ER nurse, welcomed her third baby, son Hank.
Happy news: Vicki Gunvalson’s daughter Briana Culberson is pregnant with her fourth child with her husband, Ryan Culberson
They also have boys Troy, age eight, Owen, age seven.
The image that Ryan shared had six safety pins in all. There was the daddy safety pin, the mommy safety pin with a little safety pin inside, and then three other safety pins.
‘The grand finale coming March!’ Ryan captioned the photo. The safety pin photo was also used when they announced she was pregnant with Hank.
‘Worked for Hanks announcement so why not again,’ Ryan, 37, wrote on Instagram Story. Gunvalson, 59, hit the like button on the post.
Cuteness: It was Ryan who shared the pregnancy news on his Instagram account on Sunday. He got his message across as he posted an image of a safety pin inside a safety pin
Gunvalson shares Briana and her son, Michael Wolfsmith, 36, with ex-husband Michael J Wolfsmith, whom she divorced in 1991.
She then wed Donn Gunvalson in 1994; they split in 2014.
The star got engaged to Steve Lodge in April 2019.
Earlier this year Gunvalson said reality TV caused her divorce.
Busy mama: This comes only nine months after the blonde beauty, who is an ER nurse, welcomed her third baby, son Hank
The 58-year-old TV personality starred on The Real Housewives of Orange County for 14 seasons, but believes her split from Donn Gunvalson would not have happened if she didn’t appear on the show.
Vicki said: ‘I did everything right, except falling prey to divorce.
‘I know for a fact that if I wasn’t on a reality show, I wouldn’t have been divorced and that cost Donn and I both a lot of money because we had to split assets and alimony and all that stuff. So I paid more to him than he did to me because I had the business. So that’s hurtful and that’s hard.’
They will soon be a family of six: They also have boys Troy, age eight, Owen, age seven
Vicki feels her financial woes prove that reality series are ‘not all good’.
She told Behind The Velvet Rope With David Yontef: ‘It’s not good. You know, you got to watch what you say, you got to watch who you surround yourself with and bank everything you make.
‘Do not live off of it. Go get a job and bank your salary because this, this will end for everybody one day. It will end.’
Vicki was an original star of The Real Housewives of Orange County but left the show last year after being offered a ‘reduced role’.
The TV star admitted the experience left her ego feeling ‘pretty bruised’.
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She explained: ‘My ego is pretty bruised and I have an ego just like the way everybody does because I never got an explanation.
‘I was used every, every, every episode, every drama was centered around me, even my birthday party, look at all the different things that happen, The Tres Amigas and all that fun stuff.
‘So the answer, I think I did the right thing. I was offered a reduced role this year and I said, no.’