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Candice Accola pregnant

Published 31/08/2015

Candice Accola and Joe King
Candice Accola and Joe King

Vampire Diaries star Candice Accola has announced she is expecting her first child.

The Vampire Diaries actress is married to The Fray singer Joe King. On Monday the 28-year-old revealed the couple were expecting their first child together.

“Sometimes a Saturday is best spent painting t-shirts and taking an awesome family photo," she captioned a photograph on Instagram. "Happy Monday everybody! #ThatAintNoBurritoinMyBelly Thank you to our friend @softspiritstrong for coming over and snapping this sweet pic. (sic)”

Posing alongside the couple are Joe’s two daughters Ava and Elise, who can be seen pointing towards the actress’ bump. While the family had wrote the word ‘baby’ in a heart around her tummy, Joe had ‘Superdad’ emblazoned across his chest.

The couple met at the Superbowl in 2011 and became engaged in May 2013. They tied the knot in October last year in New Orleans, Louisiana.

While Candice is still part of the hit CW series, her friend Nina Dobrev left the series earlier this year. The pals posed together with fellow co-star Kat Graham for a bittersweet picture during the 26-year-old’s last few days on set back in April.

“I feel like a blow fish, so puffy and bloated from crying all day. Tears of joy&sadness. Bittersweet. So many memories. What a fun ride [sic]…” she wrote on her WhoSay profile.

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