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Jenni 'JWoww' Farley: It's a boy!

Published 30/10/2015

Jenni 'JWoww' Farley
Jenni 'JWoww' Farley

Reality TV star Jenni 'JWoww' Farley and her husband Roger Mathews are having a little boy.

Jersey Shore's Jenni 'JWoww' Farley is having a baby boy.

The TV star revealed she was expecting her second child during her wedding to Roger Mathews on 18 October (15). They are already parents to 15-month-old daughter Meilani, who acted as a flower girl when they got married.

"Roger and I have said from the beginning that, just like it was with Meilani, it does not matter which gender our baby is, as long as he or she is healthy," JWoww wrote on her blog on Friday (30Oct15).

"Still, we are so excited to be expecting a baby BOY!"

The star had polled readers shortly before the announcement, with 66 per cent guessing the gender of her baby correctly. She added she felt ecstatic to know she was "having one of each" just like her friend Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi. Together with her husband Jionni LaValle, she has little Lorenzo, three, and Giovanna, one.

"I can’t wait for us to meet him and I know Meilani’s going to be an awesome, protective big sister," she continued.

"I’m so happy they’re going to grow up close in age and now the countdown really begins!

"May 2016, a mini Roger is coming! Get ready, world!"

Although JWoww and Roger were relaxed about the gender of their baby, the star did recently admit she liked the thought of a little boy.

"I've always said I wanted a boy. I think there is something to be said about a mother-and-son bond," she smiled to InTouch magazine.

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