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Model Lucky Blue Smith and musician Stormi Bree are expecting their first child together.
Smith, 18, took to Instagram to announce the happy news, sharing a black-and-white image that showed him hugging girlfriend Bree, 26, from behind.
“Hey guys I just wanted to let you in on an important part of my personal life. I have some wonderful and surprising news – Stormi and I are having a baby! It’s crazy to see how my life has been so blessed,” Smith wrote. “I’m so happy and can’t wait to experience this amazing journey!”
Smith first shared that he was dating Bree in an interview with Evening Standard magazine last year. Bree, best known for winning the Miss Teen USA title in 2009, auditioned for season 10 of American Idol, but was eliminated in the first round of “Hollywood Week.”
In addition to hitting the runways (he walked the Chanel show on Tuesday) and appearing in fashion campaigns, Smith also serves as the drummer of The Atomics, the band he formed in 2009 with his three model sisters, Daisy Clementine, Pyper America and Starlie Cheyenne. The Mormon model released his memoir, Stay Golden (Penguin Random House), last November.
The couple recently hit the runway together, walking hand-in-hand during Dolce & Gabbana’s fall show last month.
Congrats to the good-looking pair!
Thank you @stefanogabbana and Domenico for letting me walk with this princess @dolcegabbana
A post shared by LUCKY BLUE SMITH (@luckybsmith) on
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