She and boyfriend Brock Davies hosted a gender reveal party to learn the sex, with Scheana launching a pink confetti cannon and Brock kicking a rugby ball that burst with pink powder.
The gender reveal party was attended by her Vanderpump Rules co-stars Ariana Madix, Tom Sandoval, Raquel Leviss, Kristen Doute and Brittany Cartwright.
The reality TV star had previously experienced a miscarriage, but got pregnant soon after.
“I’m just excited to have a healthy baby,” Scheana told People in a recent interview. “After the miscarriage and getting pregnant so quickly after, I just prayed for a healthy baby. But I am so excited to put the biggest bows on my little girl’s hair and spoil her with unicorns.”
Scheana and Brock hosted a second gender reveal party in San Diego, though told People they worked to keep the groups at both events small.
The couple are staying mum on the baby’s name, though they do have one in mind. She “always had a girl name that I’ve wanted since high school. I still love the name; I think it’s timeless,” she revealed.
The happy couple announced their pregnancy last month and will welcome their daughter in April 2021.
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