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Thursday 10 July 2014

Giuliana Rancic can't wait for 'Olympics babymoon'

Giuliana Rancic

Giuliana Rancic considers covering the Olympics in London her "babymoon."

The E! News presenter and her husband Bill will travel to the UK for the sporting events before their new baby arrives later this summer.

Giuliana considers this trip to be special, as this will be the couple's last major outing together without a child to look after.

"[The baby's due via surrogate at the] end of August, early September," she gushed to Lifeline Live.

"It's going to be such an incredible experience. Bill has some work there, so he's going to be there for four or five days... I guess that's going to be our babymoon! I wish London was tomorrow, because then I would know the baby was right around the corner. I can't wait! We're already arguing over who gets to hold the baby first!"

Giuliana is intent on spending as much time with her new baby despite her hectic work schedule.

"I am going to take a maternity leave for a couple of months. I'm so looking forward to it. I truly haven't had a real vacation in over 10 years, which is kind of scary," she shared.

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