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'Selling Sunset’ Star Maya Vander Pregnant With Baby No. 3

Maya Vander has a baby on the way! The star took to Instagram on Thursday to announce that she and her husband, whose identity she has yet to reveal, are expecting their third child.Vander and her husband are already parents to Aiden, 2, and Elle, 1.The realtor shared the news with a stunning pic of her and her husband posing together in Miami, Florida.

Vander, who was wearing a spaghetti strap dress and nude heels, was all smiles as her husband, sporting a button-up and khakis, rested his hand

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Maya Vander has a baby on the way! The star took to Instagram on Thursday to announce that she and her husband, whose identity she has yet to reveal, are expecting their third child.Vander and her husband are already parents to Aiden, 2, and Elle, 1.The realtor shared the news with a stunning pic of her and her husband posing together in Miami, Florida.
Becky G, Anitta, and Karol G were among the stars in attendance Thursday at Premios Juventud, an annual award show hosted by Univision that honors Spanish-speaking celebrities and their contributions to art and pop culture.Some of the industry's biggest names, also including Daddy Yankee and Pitbull, took part in the ceremony at Watsco Center in Coral Gables, Florida on Thursday evening.The show was hosted by Alejandra Espinoza, Chiquis, and Sebastián Yatra and themed after 'Youth Leading Change

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