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LOOK: Drew Arellano shares photo of Iya Villania’s baby bump

/ 01:26 PM May 07, 2016
Drew Arellano gives a first look of his wife Iya Villania's baby bump. SCREENGRAB FROM ARELLANO'S INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT

EXCITED DAD. Drew Arellano kisses his wife Iya Villania’s growing baby bump. SCREENGRAB FROM ARELLANO’S INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT

Television host-triathlete Drew Arellano took to Instagram to share a photo of his wife Iya Villania’s growing baby bump.

“Good morning, li’l one,” Arellano wrote in the caption of the photo, where he was seen kissing Villania’s belly.

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Villania is on to her second trimester of pregnancy.

In a separate Instagram post of onesies for a boy and a girl, Villania said she “can’t wait to find out” the gender of their baby.

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The couple first announced on Easter Sunday that they are expecting a baby also through an Instagram post, where Villania can be seen with an Easter egg drawn on her tummy.

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Villania and Arellano have been a couple for a decade before tying the knot on January 31, 2014. YG/IDL

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