The former reality show star just announced she is expecting her first child with fiance, Beau Clark.
The massive news comes just four days after the ‘Vanderpump Rules’ star was fired from the reality show after eight seasons.
As we reported, Stassi was seen out for the first time over the weekend, since being dropped from the show, and it now makes a lot more sense she was all smiles in the photos.
The 31-year-old sported a tiny black dress but was covered up with a long beige sweater.
“Beau has been being her rock throughout all of this and she’s been grateful to have his support,” a source told Us Weekly, who broke the story.
They continued, “Stassi and her family are truly devastated about everything going on, and Stassi does feel like she has lost everything she worked so hard for.”
In the newest photos of the couple, Beau Clark channeled his inner bodyguard, stepping in front of Stassi when the paparazzi jumped up to snap photographs of the reality star.
So, how long has she been preggo?!
Interestingly, Stassi has addressed the situation in the recent past, saying in a recent interview, “I was seriously hoping to be pregnant because that is so much more important to me than even getting married.”
She added, “And then once I actually did become engaged, I’m like, ‘Well, I can’t be pregnant at my wedding.’ Like, I have to be able to get s–t-faced.”
But, during another interview with Beau, the couple admitted they are being ‘risky’ at this point with not using any birth control in their relationship.
“I wouldn’t be mad,” Stassi said about possibly becoming pregnant.
Well, it seems she got her wish!
The problem is the ex-reality show star is now unemployed. Plus, she is quickly losing other sources of income like her podcast.
As we reported, “Straight Up With Stassi” was removed from all platforms after her agent and publicist decided to stop working with the ‘Vanderpump’ star.
Stassi addressed the situation on Instagram, Sunday, June 7, 2020, saying, “Racially insensitive comments from my past have resurfaced,” adding, “I am grateful for the people in my life that continue to check me and push me to evolve into a more educated person. … What I did to Faith was wrong. I apologize and I do not expect forgiveness.”