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Former ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelorette’ contestants Chris and Peyton Lambton expecting first child

15 June 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Chris Lambton and his wife Peyton Lambton have announced that they are expecting their first bundle of joy together by November this year.

The Lambtons have been part of the reality dating shows “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” but were not able to find love in their respective seasons.

Peyton shared in a statement regarding their baby news that their families are very excited that they are “finally joining the parent club.” Peyton shared that her parents only had her as their child so this makes her baby with Chris their first grandchild as well.

Peyton added, “We have thrown around some names but nothing is set in stone yet. It all depends on the gender, and I think we will want to see the baby before a final decision is made. Right now we are just trying to pick a color for the nursery!” It is possibly that Peyton is on her fifth or sixth month of pregnancy.

The reality star also took to her Instagram to post a photo of her with her husband riding a bike as well as their dog on the foreground. She wrote on the caption the following: “Let the new adventure begin!! Baby Lambton will be arriving in November and we couldn't be more excited!!”

Chris and Peyton were not on the same seasons of the reality dating show but they were able to meet because of the friends they have in common from the popular show. Chris, a landscaper from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, competed on the season of Ali Fedotowsky on “The Bachelorette” in 2010. Peyton, on the other hand, was part of Andy Baldwin’s season of “The Bachelor” in 2007.

They got engaged back in 2012 and got married a year later in South Carolina.