90 Day Fiance's Kalani and Asuelu Welcome Second Child

Welcome to the world!

Photo by: Photo Courtesy Kalani Faagata

Photo Courtesy Kalani Faagata

He's here! 90 Day Fiance's Kalani and Asuelu have welcomed their second child, a baby boy named Kennedy—after Kalani's dad. Baby Kennedy was born on May 7, 2019 at 9:11am, weighing 8 lbs, 15 oz, and 21 inches long!

“I’m so thankful that everything went well and that I’m now able to hold my new son." said Kalani. "It’s been heartwarming watching Oliver with him. They both cry if the other cries—Oliver will even run to find Kennedy’s pacifier to put it in his mouth. I’m just so grateful to be a mama of two healthy, happy boys.”

“I am happy I could see this baby born." added Asuelu. "My wife did amazing, fantastic job. I love to be a dad.”

The couple shared news of their second pregnancy last season on 90 Day Fiance, when they were shocked to learn they were expecting in the weeks before their wedding. Later, the couple nervously revealed the news to Kalani's father on the latest season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now?

But by the time the couple revealed the gender of baby #2 the whole family had come together in love and excitment for the newest arrival.

Congratulations to the new family of four!

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