Haylie Duff Reveals Sex of Second Child: ‘The Family Is So Excited for a New Baby’

Haylie Duff is awaiting a girl!

PEOPLE confirms the singer, singer and Real Girl’s Kitchen food blogger, 32, will be welcoming her second daughter with fiancé Matt Rosenberg.

The integrate is already relatives to Ryan Ava Erhard, 2½, who was innate in Mar 2015.

“Ryan is thrilled!! She unequivocally wanted a baby sister,” a source says. “The whole family is so vehement for a new baby to arrive.”

Haylie, who is a comparison sister of singer Hilary Duffannounced her pregnancy in Jan with a cute photo of Ryan indicating during her possess belly.

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Matt Rosenberg and Haylie Duff with daughter Ryan in December

The relatives to be have been together for 5 years and got intent in 2012 when a T-shirt entrepreneur popped a question on Apr Fool’s Day, though motionless to pull their marriage behind when Haylie got profound with Ryan.

On Wednesday, a mom to be distinguished Valentine’s Day with an darling family selfie that was common on Instagram. “Just a garland of Valentines over here. #happyvalentinesday,” Duff captioned a photo.

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Just a garland of Valentines over here. 💋❤️💋 #happyvalentinesday

A post common by haylieduff (@haylieduff) on Feb 14, 2018 during 2:32pm PST

Until her small sister arrives, Ryan has plenty of time to play with cousin Luca Cruz, aunt Hilary’s 5½-year-old son.

“They unequivocally play good together,” Haylie told PEOPLE in November. “One time I had Luca for a sleepover and a dual of them were outward using around on a Slip ‘n Slide, and I remember looking out during them in the yard being like, ‘This is what they’re going to do as teenagers.’ ”

Added Hilary, “Haylie sent me a design and Ryan had no shirt on, a diaper and a flower crown. we don’t know what [Luca] had on, though they looked like they had been personification so hard. She was like, ‘Yo, Coachella 2030.’ I’m like, ‘No! Stop!’ If this is a peep into a future, we should be really afraid.”