Home » Pregnant Stassi Schroeder Reveals Her Baby Girl Has ‘Hole in Her Heart’ as She Describes the Diagnosis as ‘Hell on Earth’
Stassi Schroeder has revealed her baby girl has a hole in her heart.
The reality star, who is expecting her first child with fiance Beau Clark, 40, in January, opened up about the health concern as she showed a glimpse of her baby’s nursery on Thursday.
‘My other favorite part of her nursery,’ The Next Level Basic author captioned an Instagram photo of a framed heart.
‘After I bought this, we discovered she has a hole in her heart, and it was the worst week of our lives waiting to find out just how serious it was.
Thankfully, Stassi, 32, said she found out that the hole won’t cause their baby serious issues. ‘After a week of actual hell on earth, the doctors said it’s incredibly small and should heal on its own. This piece of art means so much more now’.
Meanwhile, two of Stassi’s former Vanderpump Rules costars are also expecting in the coming months.
Lala Kent will be welcoming a baby girl in the spring with fiance Randall Emmett and Brittany Cartwright is expecting a boy with husband Jax Taylor.
During Brittany and Jax’s gender reveal last weekend Stassi jokingly captioned a photo of the three pregnant pals, ‘Who would’ve thought we’d all be … sober at the same time,’
Meanwhile, Stassi is said to be in a good place with her pregnancy and ‘so excited’ for her next chapter, according to Us Weekly.
She announced her baby news in June just days after Bravo announced that she and Kristen Doute would not be returning to Vanderpump Rules for season nine due to past racist actions that resurfaced online.
Two other castmembers, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni, were also fired from the show because of alleged racist comments they posted on social media.
Stassi told Tamron Hall in an interview last month. ‘I want to be a better person. I’m pregnant and I want my daughter to be proud of me,’ she explained. ‘And I want to be part of the solution.
‘I’ve been a part of the problem for years now. And I recognize that and that’s why I say, I don’t feel like I’m a victim of cancel culture. People want me to be mad at it and I’m not. I needed it. I needed that.’