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JWoww 'expecting baby number two'

Published 19/10/2015

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Jersey Shore's Jenni 'JWoww' Farley and her husband Roger Mathews are reportedly to become parents again.

Jersey Shore's Jenni 'JWoww' Farley is reportedly pregnant with her second child.

The 29-year-old star and her partner Roger Mathews are already parents to 15-month-old daughter Meilani, who acted as a flower girl when they got married on Sunday (18Oct15). As well as celebrating their nuptials, the couple's loved ones had another reason to toast them as Jenni and her new husband apparently announced they are adding to their brood.

According to ET Online, the pair told their guests the news as they celebrated their wedding at Addison Park in Keyport, New Jersey.

At the moment no more is known about the new addition to the family, with no due date confirmed and no word on the sex of the baby either.

Jenni wore a custom-made dress by Stephen Yearick at her wedding, with Meilani decked out in a miniature version of the gown to match her mum. This was the part the reality TV star was most excited about, telling her fans earlier this month (Oct15) that she couldn't wait to see the tot dressed up as she was going to "steal the show".

The star was renowned for her fiery temper when she appeared on Jersey Shore and it hasn't mellowed since she became a parent. In January (15) she lashed out at people who had criticised the way she cares for Meilani, after some expressed their dislike at the way the tot was dressed.

“[It] really pushed me over the edge. Even though Roger was like, ‘You shouldn’t give them the time of day,’ I’m like, ‘No, their wording is disrespectful.’ It’s disrespectful because you’re probably not a parent… you’re just trying to get people riled up but you’re disrespecting me as a mother and you’re trying to question my ability as a mum," she fumed to Perez Hilton.

“It goes back to online bullying. You think you can say things because there’s no consequence because you’re on a computer, and I stand up for that."

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