“Catfish” host Nev Schulman and his wife, Laura Perlongo, will soon be welcoming their second child. Schulman took to Twitter to reveal the pregnancy news.
In a witty and hilarious photo, Schulman shared the good news with his fans on the social media platform. Together with his wife and their daughter Cleo James, Schulman posed for a snapshot with the camera inside an oven.
In the middle of the picture, there is an actual bread bun. What made it funny was the caption that went along with the snap.
Schulman wrote, "WE GOTTA BUN IN THE OVEN! see ya in January lil' guy."
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According to E! News, Cleo was born in October 2016. The pair was still boyfriend and girlfriend at the time.
Eight months after Cleo’s birth, Schulman and Perlongo exchanged vows in his father’s home’s backyard in the Hamptons.
Cleo was a flower girl at their wedding, and YouTuber Casey Neistat officiated the private ceremony.
After the wedding, Schulman expressed, "I never imagined I could be this happy. Marrying the woman of my dreams and having our beautiful daughter there with us! I'm a very lucky man."
Schulman and Perlongo first revealed their engagement five months after Cleo was born.
Apart from a new baby, Schulman also went through a significant life-change when he had to say goodbye to his “Catfish” co-host, Max Joseph.
Joseph previously revealed that he was going to leave the show after being a co-host for seven seasons.
Speaking about Joseph’s exit in a statement, Schulman said that working with Joseph was one of the most memorable experiences of his life.
"What started as a casual friendship quickly turned into a brotherhood. Thanks to Max, over the last six years I've learned as much about the internet and society as I have about myself. Max isn't just a co-host, he's a partner,” he said.
Meanwhile, MTV had only recently resumed the production of the series following the sexual misconduct allegations pressed on Schulman. An internal investigation was made and found that the accusations were “not credible and without merit.”