Congratulations to Eva Marcille and her husband, Michael Sterling, who are expecting baby number three. The couple shares the details of their pregnancy exclusively with PEOPLE.
“Michael and I couldn’t be more excited to announce baby No. 3 is on board,” Eva exclaims. “Looks like little Michael Jr. is going from the baby to the middle child, and Marley will be the boss of them all,” the RHOA star muses.
Eva Marcille and Michael Sterling celebrated their son’s first birthday last month. Eva commemorated little Michael’s birthday while also acknowledging Coachella.
“I was delivering Mikey last year during Coachella and this year I celebrated his first birthday. First two times I’ve missed Coachella in a very long time,” the star mom shared. Eva may have three kids in tow if she attends Coachella 2020 as she is currently 17 weeks pregnant.
“It’s amazing that God shared his most amazing superpower with us: the power to create and give life,” Michael Sterling says when discussing his family’s expansion. “I count it a great blessing to grow our family with the love of my life, Eva Marcille Sterling, and we look forward to welcoming another generation of hope into this world,” the proud dad concludes.
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I love my wife and I hand-wrote my vows from a place of intentional love. It appears that some folks have questioned the fact that I referred to God as “her” in my vows and they have offered to pray for my ignorance. I do not speak much about these things, but I will have a few things to say over the next week or so. I am not a theologian, but I referred to God as “her,” because I believe, as many saints do, that God is a mother to the motherless and a father to the fatherless. I believe, as St. Augustine did, that God transcends time, space, existence, and life. I believe that God is God. Thus, if God is a mother to the motherless and a father to the fatherless; I think we err not to see God in each and every one of us. I think we err to limit God. And sometimes I use the pronoun “her” to refer to God because I see God as resembling all of us and as greater than all of us. And I see the divine in my mom and my grandmothers and my sisters. As for my vows, I referred to God as “her” intentionally because I see the God in my wife and God put it on my heart to make sure she heard and felt that. #sterlingsays #grewupCOGIC
Marley Rae McCall was pretty adamant about having a younger brother when Eva Marcille revealed that she was pregnant with the family’s second child in 2017. Does the 5-year-old have a preference this time around? We will have to keep our eyes on the Sterlings to find out. Stay tuned for more Real Housewives of Atlanta baby news!