Mother-to-be Teddi Mellencamp’s life hasn’t slowed down one bit since she announced her pregnancy earlier this month. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star spent time in Las Vegas at the iHeart Radio Music Festival on Saturday, September 21, where she managed to take a selfie with her bare bump exposed amid her chaotic night.
Teddi, 38, not only attended the major music event but also hit the stage next to The Hills: New Beginnings star Audrina Patridge. She also did some podcasting during her time in Sin City.
She shared an Instagram collage on Sunday, September 22, that included a shot of her posing with her bump exposed for the world to see. Teddi wore a soft pink ensemble with her t-shirt tied in a knot.
“Looking cute with the belly,” one fan wrote in the comments section. Teddi also received love from her RHOBH costar Garcelle Beauvais.
Teddi revealed her joyous baby news exclusively to US Weekly on Wednesday, September 11. She’s expecting her third child with husband Edwin Arroyave. The parents-to-be already share daughter Slate and son Cruz.
“I’m in my second trimester, 14 weeks,” she said. “Everything’s good and I’m in the clear, so I’m just starting to get to that point where I’m sharing with everybody. Plus, now I have a bump, so there’s not much more hiding I’ll be able to do!”
Slate, 6, and Cruz, 5, are ready to welcome another family member. “They are so excited,” the accountability coach said. “They’ve been talking about it for a long time and actually it’s been my son who’s been like, ‘Mom, we need to have another baby,’ and I never wanted to get his hopes up. So, when we told him, he was through the roof. So excited.”
Teddi’s third pregnancy hasn’t been anything out of the ordinary when it comes to the cravings she’s experienced. "I haven't had any weird cravings," she told E! News at the iHeart Radio Festival on Saturday, adding, "I've had aversions, though. Like I see lettuce and I'm like, 'No,' which is not ideal but it is what it is."
Baby number three for Teddi and Edwin, 42, will arrive in early March.