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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Expecting a Baby Girl

Mark Zuckerberg took to his Insta page and shared the news with the world posting a photo with his wife Priscilla

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UNITED STATES: Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are expecting their third child. The duo exchanged vows in 2012, after which they were blessed with two kids, Max and August, within one year.

Recently, the social networking giant shared the good news using the social media platform that they will soon become parents for the third time. The two began dating in 2003, when they were studying at Harvard University, and since then, their love has grown deeper and stronger.

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Zuckerberg took to his Insta page and shared the news with the world posting a photo with his wife Priscilla and writing, “Lots of love,’ the Facebook cofounder wrote via Instagram. “Happy to share that Max and August are getting a new baby sister next year!”. The CEO, in his post, revealed the gender of the child, which is a ‘girl’.

This news is indeed joyful for the couple as they suffered three miscarriages earlier. In the photo shared by the couple, Zuckerberg looked happy and excited, keeping his hand on his wife Chan’s stomach. Netizens flooded the comment section with all blessings and prayers, and meanwhile, Mark’s sister, Randi Zuckerberg, posted a comment writing, “Yay!!!!!! Serious girl power family! I can’t wait to meet her! Mazel Mazel!”

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The multi-billionaire, however, is grounded and profound towards humanity. Despite being wealthy, he makes sure to raise his children with all love and humility, never making them feel ostentatious.

He is highly vocal about raising his children and remarked, “We don’t give them everything, to start with; so, in my opinion, that’s a crucial component.” He also described how his wife brought their kids to work with them so they could explain how hard they had worked to earn this money and how they had contributed to it.

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