And One More Makes Four!! Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg And His Wife Dr. Priscilla Chan Are Expecting Their Second Baby Girl

Congratulations are going out to Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his lovely wife Dr. Priscilla Chan as they are expecting their second child and yes they already know it’s going to be a baby girl. As they “and one more makes four”!! The happy couple are so very excited and reports said that Mark was confident it was another girl.

Read more as reported by USA Today:

Photo Credit: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Photo Credit: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

SAN FRANCISCO — It’s a girl (again)! Mark Zuckerberg and wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, are expecting their second child.

The Facebook CEO made the announcement on his Facebook page. It came the day after International Women’s Day.
“After our difficult experience having Max, we weren’t sure what to expect or whether we’d be able to have another child. When Priscilla and I first found out she was pregnant again, our first hope was that the child would be healthy. My next hope was that it would be a girl. I cannot think of a greater gift than having a sister and I’m so happy Max and our new child will have each other,” Zuckerberg wrote.
Zuckerberg has three sisters and Chan has two.

“We are all better people because of the strong women in our lives — sisters, mothers and friends. We can’t wait to welcome our new little one and do our best to raise another strong woman.”

Zuckerberg and Chan, both 32, have been open about the challenges they faced in becoming parents. Zuckerberg and Chan revealed they had three miscarriages, break the silence around miscarriages and prompting an outpouring of similar stories from families. Their daughter Max is now 15 months old.
When Zuckerberg announced Chan had given birth to their first child in December 2015, he also made another blockbuster pledge: That tech’s power couple would give away most of their fortune. Since then, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative has made some big bets, such as dedicating $3 billion to curing disease.

Source: USA Today

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