The “Saved by the Bell” star, Elizabeth Berkley has officially announced that she is expecting her first child with husband Greg Lauren. According to the People magazine, the couple will welcome the baby this summer and they are very excited to experience such a wonderful moment in their lives.
The actress has kept aloof of the media’s attention in the past few years, but she nevertheless, made official announcements about some of the most important moments in her life. Berkley recently announced her first pregnancy with husband Greg Lauren. The two tied the knot in 2003 after a three-year relationship. They met while practicing dance at one of the local clubs and they were together ever since.
Elizabeth and Greg agreed to speak with the press about their first baby. The couple declared that this is one of the moments that they will cherish forever in their lives. They also stated that they have been “grateful and overjoyed” ever since they found out the good news.
Berkley has been involved in various projects lately in order to make sure that her career doesn’t get in a slump. As a consequence, she has hosted Bravo’s “Step Up and Dance” competition show and has had various guest appearances on important TV broadcasts, such as, “The L World” and “CSI: Miami”. She was also elected to be the protagonist of Hallmark’s most recent production “Lucky Christmas”.
Movies are not the only interest of the “Save by the Bell” star. She has recently written a book that was well-received by the American public. The book is entitled “Ask Elizabeth” and it deals with some of the most important issues related to our bodies.
Even though the actress is out of her first trimester, her figure is just as slender as it used to be before the pregnancy. In fact, you can hardly tell that the couple is expecting a child just by looking at the photos. Berkley made no further declarations in relation to her future television projects, so the media has speculated that she probably wants to concentrate on her family and her child for the moment.