Baby bliss! Stassi Schroeder and her husband, Beau Clark, reside their finest lives after welcoming new child daughter Hartford Charlie Rose on Thursday, January 7. “First brunch,” the newly minted dad captioned a photograph on his Instagram Story on Wednesday, January 13, that includes fairly the unfold.
Stassi and Beau’s eating desk was lined in each brunch and child necessities alike — together with a breast pump, Eat, Sleep, Poop: A Common Sense Guide to Your Baby’s First Year by Scott W. Cohen, Look, Look! by Peter Linenthal, chilly brew, meals and what gave the impression to be two (beneficiant) cocktails.
The former Vanderpump Rules star, 32, and the actor, 40, who tied the knot in September 2020, have been on cloud 9 since Stassi gave beginning. “We actually can’t start to explain the happiness and pleasure we’re feeling at this second,” the couple beforehand informed People in a press release on Friday, January 8.
“It’s one thing that you just hear from all new mother and father proper after beginning, however one thing magical occurs,” they added. “We are feeling so blessed and grateful to have a good looking and most significantly, wholesome child woman.”
Just days earlier than saying her being pregnant in June 2020, Stassi was fired from Vanderpump Rules after eight seasons following previous racist habits, most notably in opposition to VPR costar Faith Stowers. While the Next Level Basic writer remained largely out of the highlight afterward, she did a tell-all interview with Tamron Hall in September.
During the phase, Stassi defined how turning into a mother modified her. “I need to be a greater individual. I’m pregnant and I need my daughter to be pleased with me,” the Bravolebrity stated on the time. “I need to be a part of the answer. I’ve been part of the issue for years now. I acknowledge that — and that is why I say, I do not really feel like I’m a sufferer of cancel tradition. People need me to be mad at it and I’m not. I wanted it. I wanted that.”
Since then, it would not seem as if Stassi can be again on TV anytime quickly.