ELAINE Welteroth and her husband Jonathan Singletary have announced their first pregnancy after tying the knot in May of 2020.
The Talk star announced she was leaving the show in August after only one season in her role as host.
Elaine, 34, and Jonathan, also 34, have announced that they are expecting their first child together.
The journalist told People that she is "so excited" to welcome a little one and that she's already learning "so much" from the experience.
"I'm so excited to finally share the excitement with our friends and extended community. It's been so hard to keep this a secret!" she gushed.
"I'm just excited to learn more about what this new life is here to teach us. I'm already learning so much from this experience. We are both excited to experience new levels of love."
Elaine explained that she and Jonathan "always knew" that they would "one day be parents, but no one talks about what it's like when that one day becomes today."
"Even with a husband, a house, and a career, somehow I still didn't feel quite ready or adult enough to be somebody's mom.
"But there's nothing that compares to the blessing of the moment you hear that little heartbeat — it changes everything. You just surrender to God's plan and divine timing," the Project Runway alum added.
Elaine also shared the exciting news to her Instagram profile alongside a sonogram photo and a compilation of videos including moments of her relationship with Jonathan.
The author joked that their baby was the newest "creative collab dropping spring 2022 #JesusTookTheWheel," featuring a "Lullaby by my baby daddy-to-be 💕🥰🎢🙏🏽❤️🪂🎶."
BIGGER AND BETTER
The soon-to-be parents tied the knot on May 10, 2020, in a ceremony that took place on the stoop of their Brooklyn home.
Shortly after, Elaine announced that she would be leaving her hosting role on The Talk after only one season.
She told viewers at the time: "It is an absolute honor for anyone, but especially a young Black woman, to occupy space on-air where our perspectives are largely underrepresented.
"It was gratifying to be able to show up as my authentic self in front of a live national audience every day in a world as divided as ours and to stay true to myself and what I stand for."
Elaine continued: "I came to The Talk to break out of my own echo chamber and to join a diverse cast in helping to bridge some of the divides in our world through conversation and empathy.
"I'm proud of how I represented myself and my community. But as I always say: When the music changes, so must your dance! I will miss my talented co-hosts and crew and I wish them the very best. Thanks to all those who tuned in every day."
The California native finished: "I'm excited to continue these necessary conversations in my work and to share my upcoming creative projects soon."
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