Reality star Mark Cuevas, who starred in the Netflix dating series Love Is Blind, has shared news about his second child. Mark and his fiancée Aubrey Rainey shared a video revealing the gender of their baby!

The couple shared a collaborated Instagram Reel video that shared the moment they learned whether they were having a boy or a girl. Mark and Aubrey stood on the beach with their first child, Ace, in their arms while they appeared to be surrounded by friends and family, who could be heard in the background of the video. Mark held up a black balloon with blue and pink tassels hanging from it. The balloon read “He or She What Will It Be?” Aubrey “popped” the balloon to reveal blue confetti. It’s a boy!

Mark and Aubrey announced in October that they would be welcoming another child together. Their baby boy is due in March of next year. News of their pregnancy came six months after the couple welcomed their son, Ace Anthony, in April of this year. Their second child will be born one month before Ace celebrates his first birthday.

When the couple announced Ace’s arrival, they shared their reasoning behind his name choice with People. “[We] chose this name because of the uniqueness and the meaning behind the name which, of Latin origin, stands for unity and the bringing of everyone together.” We look forward to hearing what name they choose for their second child!

Mark and Aubrey met in the summer of 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. They began dating after taking a trip during the Fourth of July weekend to Savannah, Georgia, and have been together ever since! A few months later in October, they announced their pregnancy. Another month after that, the couple became engaged!

Congratulations to Mark and Aubrey on the news of their baby boy! We wish them the best as they prepare to welcome baby number two.

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