Former "Real World" star and "FOX Nation" host Rachel Campos-Duffy has another baby on the way!
On Tuesday, Rachel announced on Instagram that she's pregnant with her ninth child. Referencing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal baby, she wrote, "Buckingham Palace isn’t the only one with big baby news ...we found out God isn’t done with our family yet. Baby #9 coming this fall! Don’t tell us we’re crazy. We prefer brave and full of hope for America’s future! 🇺🇸."
To go with her announcement, she shared a sonogram video.
Rachel's husband, Rep. Sean Duffy, wrote on Facebook, "God isn’t done with our family yet! Our entire family is excited to welcome baby number nine to the crew this fall! Rachel said it best - we aren’t crazy, we are just full of hope for America’s future! 🇺🇸."
The following day, Rachel appeared on "FOX & Friends" to discuss her growing family. She commented, "There's room, there's room, there's always room in our house.”
As for how she manages a large household, the 47-year-old kept it real, saying, "It's very chaotic. It's very busy. There's a lot of you know what we learn a lot about teamwork. You know when you have that many kids you can't do it yourself. The kids have to pitch in and help each other. And it's fun.”
Rachel doesn't know the baby's gender yet, but promises to announce it on a future episode of "FOX and Friends."
Rachel and Sean are already the parents of Evita, 19, Xavier, 17, Lucia-Belen, 15, John-Paul, 13, Paloma, 10, MariaVictoria, 9, and Patrick, 2.
The couple met on the set of "The Real World" in 1997 and got married a year later. She shared with Women Independent Forum last year, "We met on a train and the first moment we saw each other was on television. We've been together ever since. It's kind of cool."
Campos-Duffy doesn't regret her past on reality TV, saying, "Reality taught me, or allowed me, at a very young age, to be myself and to be comfortable in front of the camera. Both Sean and I feel we learned to work with people and live with people through reality TV. I learned many lessons about myself. You may not know what you really believe about something until you have to defend your position. In some instances I changed my mind because I was open-minded."
Sean has served five terms in Congress and is the ranking member of the Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing & Insurance.