Meghan Markle's ex-husband, the Hollywood producer Trevor Engelson, and his wife Tracey are expecting their first child together - and it's a girl!
Trevor Engelson and his wife Tracey Kurland will become first-time parents before the year is through, and they couldn't be happier, according to a source that spoke with Us Weekly.
SOON TO BE A FAMILY OF THREE
The Los Angeles-based couple is getting ready to welcome their new bundle of joy, a daughter, sometime this September.
The 43-year-old producer also confirmed the news with a sweet post to his Instagram account, wherein he called Tracy the "future mother of the year" and added that they are "excited" to meet their "baby girl" this September.
In the accompanying picture, one could see both Trevor and Tracy smile through their face masks while proudly cradling her baby bump.
SIMILAR RELATIONSHIP TIMELINES
When looking at the timelines between Trevor and ex-wife Meghan Markle's relationships, they share some correlations even though the pair quietly split in August 2013 after less than two years of marriage.
Meghan and Trevor tied the knot in Jamaica in September 2011 after dating for seven years but listed the reason for their divorce as irreconcilable differences.
Prince Harry and Meghan got married at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May 2018 after getting engaged the November before, and Trevor proposed to Tracy less than a month after Meghan's wedding.
By then, Tracy and Trevor already dated for three years before he popped the question to the dietitian in Napa, California.
THEY ARE NOT IN CONTACT ANYMORE
At the time, a source told Us Weekly that Trevor won't be reaching out to congratulate the royal couple on the birth of their son, as he "doesn't really think about Meghan," being "very happy" in his relationship with Tracy.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are currently adjusting to major changes that occurred in their lives since it's been only a month after their official exit as working members of the royal family.
ADJUSTING WELL TO THE CHANGES
Initially leaving the UK for Canada, the couple relocated to Los Angeles just before travel restrictions came into place amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Despite all the changes, the royal pair are optimistic about their future and taking this time to focus on their family with baby Archie.