'Catfish' Star Nev Schulman and Girlfriend Expecting Baby Girl After Getting Pregnant 'Accidentally on Purpose

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And Max from Catfish is going to be like, a fun uncle, probably!

Nev Schulman and his girlfriend, Laura Perlongo, are expecting their first child, she announced on ATTN, revealing the MTV reality star had gotten her pregnant "accidentally on purpose."

"To be fair it wasn’t a complete accident," Perlongo wrote. "We had talked about wanting kids and had pulled the goalie maybe half-a-time-once but weren’t necessarily expecting this news, THE NEWS."


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Even more exciting news: It's a girl! Schulman, 31, announced as much on Instagram, alongside a picture of him kissing his smiling girlfriend on the forehead. "No words can capture the excitement and joy I feel about becoming a father," he captioned the picture.

Perlongo, a 30-year-old freelance advertising creative, shared her own Instagram and joked, "I ate a big sandwich and it has a heartbeat! Completely head over heels in love." She added, "SO EXCITED FOR THIS BABYYYY!!!"

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I ate a big sandwich and it has a heartbeat! Completely head over heels in love and excited to announce @nevschulman and I are bringing a new bb person into the world. It's been a totally wild ride so far and I wrote a lil article for @attndotcom about the first few months of bby reflection/reactions (link in profile). A big thank you to everyone who loves and supports us. Consistently blown away by all the good things people do on our behalf. Endless gratitude for @arnold_daniel capturing our shock and awe in this photograph and so many others. I couldn't feel more humbled or lucky to know you. SO EXCITED FOR THIS BABYYYY!!! 🤗🤗🤗✨❤️👶🏼❤️✨

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The couple has been dating "long-distance [for] 7 months (with a break in August)," Perlongo says, but concludes her announcement, "Nev and I certainly have no idea what we’re doing, we just know we’re doing something we want to be doing. Hopefully we don’t suck at it or turn into know-it-all zombies. Mainly we're just really happy and excited."


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