Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark traveled to Lake Arrowhead, California over the weekend and while there, Beau shared a number of photos of Stassi showing off her growing baby bump in a blue bikini.
Over two months after the former “Vanderpump Rules” cast member confirmed that she and her fiance are expecting their first child together in January of next year, Stassi is getting big and embracing her new frame. At the same time, Beau is enjoying chronicling her body changes.
“My sweets,” Beau wrote in the caption of a photo of his soon-to-be wife sitting on the side of a boat and cradling her baby bump.
In Beau’s image, Stassi was seen makeup-free with a floppy hat on her head and a sarong wrapped around her waist.
Stassi and Beau revealed that Stassi is pregnant back in June, just days after Bravo confirmed they would not be featuring Stassi on the potentially upcoming ninth season of “Vanderpump Rules,” which has not yet gone into production.
Stassi and Beau began dating in late 2017 and made their relationship debut during the seventh season of “Vanderpump Rules.” Then, during the show’s eighth season, Beau proposed to Stassi in a graveyard.
While Stassi and Beau were initially planning to tie the knot in October in Italy, they chose to postpone their plans earlier this year after the outbreak of COVID-19 led to several shut downs around the world and numerous travel restrictions.
Now, the couple is planning to wed in October of next year.
After being accused of racist behavior by former “Vanderpump Rules” cast member Faith Stowers, who claimed Stassi and Kristen Doute accused her of crimes she didn’t commit in retaliation for an affair she had with Jax Taylor years ago, Stassi was let go from her full-time position.
In the months since Stassi’s firing was confirmed, a number of fans have called for her to be brought back to the show while others have been hopeful that she will star in a series of her own.
In early August, a TMZ report revealed that Stassi was back in contact with the production team she used to work with on “Vanderpump Rules” and was allegedly discussing a potential return to television.
Although the outlet pointed out that Stassi would not be able to appear on any new shows for six more months due to her contract with Bravo, they also said that Evolution Media works with a number of other networks who could ultimately agree to air a spinoff.