Stefanik pregnant with her first child

"We are absolutely overjoyed to announce that our small family of two will soon be three," the 36-year-old congresswoman wrote.
She added, "We're so excited to share that we are expecting a baby this fall and we cannot wait to meet our precious bundle of joy."
The post contained a photo of Stefanik alongside her husband Matt Manda, both pictured cradling Stefanik's baby bump with their hands.
The couple thanked their followers for the warm wishes, writing, "We are truly blessed."
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