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Duhamel baby no. 2: Fergie, Josh Already Planning For Second Baby



Good news: Fergie announced that she was expecting her first child with her husband of three years back in February and tweeted childhood pictures of her and Josh, giving a glimpse as to what their child might look like

[caption id="attachment_70525" align="aligncenter" width="534"]Duhamel baby no. 2: Fergie, Josh Duhamel already thinking baby no. 2 Fergie baby pics[/caption]Fergie and Josh Duhamel Want To be Parents Again

Singer Fergie and spouse, actor Josh Duhamel, are so enthusiastic about becoming parents following the birth of their first child this past summer, they are already talking about welcoming baby number two into their lives.

Duhamel recently admitted that being a dad is absolutely the best thing that ever happened in his life. He joked that son Axl is such a wonderful baby, causing them no problems, that he's afraid that when they welcome their second child, that baby is most likely to be fussy and cranky.

Duhamel, who starred in the long-running "Vegas" television series, married Fergie in 2009. When asked how soon they wanted to give baby Axl either a new baby brother or sister, Duhamel told reporters that the couple expected it to be very soon, saying that they didn't want to let too much time pass before adding baby number two to the Duhamel family.

Since Fergie is already 38 years old, her baby time clock is already ticking in order for her to deliver another child before turning the big four-oh. There has been no word from Fergie herself is she is ready to get pregnant again only a few months after delivering her son.

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