Meghan Markle’s ex-husband Trevor Engelson shared happy news on his Instagram account. The producer and his wife, Tracey Kurland, are expecting their second child.

This is the OK magazine which relays information that Trevor Engelson and his wife, Tracey Kurland, would wait their second child. Indeed, it was the Hollywood producer who made the announcement on his Instagram account. This child would be expected in the fall. let’s remember that 44-year-old producer already shares daughter Ford Grace Engelson with second wife. Trevor was married to Meghan Markle from 2011 to 2013. He then engaged with Tracey in Montecito in May 2019.

This baby story has been good so far… let’s do it again … coming this fall! “, can we read on his Instagram account. In this post, the Trevor shares a nice family photo. We see it in particular hold Ford Grace, born in August 2020, with his wife by his side. In this wonderful family photo, the father, Trevor, appears dressed in a white and blue striped T-shirt and dark pants. As for his wife, she wears a beautiful summer dress with pink and blue flowers and a square neckline.

“The engagement 2 weeks after the Sussexes’ wedding”

It was in May 2018 that the Hollywood producer announced his engagement to the heiress. This took place 2 weeks after the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It was a year later, in May 2019, that Engelson and Tracey will decide to tie their destiny together. A lavish ceremony was given to the Rosewood Miramar Beach resort de Montecito, in California for the occasion.

Trevor Engelson et Meghan Markle started dating in 2014. They decided to get engaged in 2010 to get married in 2011 after 6 years of relationship. However, Engelson and Markle’s marriage only lasted 2 years. Sources close to the couple told the Daily Mail in 2017 that the rise to stardom played a detrimental role in this relationship.

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