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Scooter Braun to be a second-time father

Published 20/06/2016

Scooter Braun and Yael Cohen
Scooter Braun and Yael Cohen

Scooter Braun celebrates Father's Day with baby news.

Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun is set to become a dad again.

The talent boss and his wife Yael Cohen Braun announced the happy news on Father's Day on Sunday (19Jun16), and Scooter posted a sweet photo on Instagram of himself on a boat standing alongside Yael, who is proudly showing off her baby bump in a white bikini.

She is also holding their one-year-old son Jagger in her arms while Scooter and Jagger both point to Yael's growing belly.

He added the caption, "It's on! #2 on the way! @yael best Father's Day gift ever!"

Yael shared the same photo on her account, adding, "Happy Father's Day my love, let's have another baby to celebrate!".

Earlier this year (16), cancer activist Yael wrote a candid post on her blog about having a miscarriage prior to giving birth to Jagger last February (15).

In a post titled "Miscarriages Happen and They Suck," Yael described the heartbreak she and Scooter went through in losing a child.

"It was painful and scary and we didn’t know what to do," she wrote. "So we went to the emergency room... In those 36 hours I convinced myself it was all ok a million times. Monday came and my sweet, sweet Doctor told me we’d lost our little love.

"Nothing made me feel better. But I did find calmness in the fact that our bodies are smarter than we are, and my body ended this pregnancy because something wasn’t right. I don’t think I ever fully healed until I had JJ (Jagger), and could accept that without that deep guttural loss, I wouldn’t have my perfect little boy."

Scooter and Yael wed in July, 2014 during a star-studded ceremony in Whistler, Canada.

Bieber was among those in attendance, along with Carly Rae Jepsen, Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson, actress Sophia Bush and British singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran.

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