"We have a Baby Situation," the MTV star wrote on Twitter and Instagram Tuesday.

By Jen Juneau
November 24, 2020
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Gym, tan, diapers!

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is the latest Jersey Shore: Family Vacation cast member to announce a baby on the way — his first child, with wife Lauren Pesce.

Sorrentino, 38, and Pesce, 35, revealed their big news on social media Tuesday sharing photos of themselves and their beloved dog Mosey in their kitchen with 'Baby Sorrentino May 2020' written in flour across their kitchen island.

"We have a Baby Situation 🤰," Sorrentino wrote on Twitter and Instagram.

"Our biggest blessing is on it’s way 🤰🏼🙏🏼🎁," his pregnant wife shared.

Their castmates immediately filled their comments section with congratulatory messages.

"So excited for you both! Love you guys so much," Deena Cortese, who is also pregnant, wrote on The Situation's Instagram.

"Soooo excited for you guys!!! You deserve all the happiness in the world ! Pregnancy buddies," she told Pesce.

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi wrote: "LOVE YOU BOTH🙏🏽❤️ sooo sooo excited for you!"

"Sooo happy for you my mawma! Always here for you! Call me when your nipples grow the size of a small plate," the former Jersey Shore star told the mom-to-be.

"OH My GODDDDD I AM SO HAPPY!!!!!" Jenni "JWoww" Farley wrote.

Pauly "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio told his longtime costar, "Now that's a situation my dude!!!!" while Vinny Guadagnino jokingly commented, "Errrhhhhh meerrrrr gerrrrrddddd !!!! and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro said "Amazing!!!" along with lots of flex emojis.

Sorrentino and his longtime love tied the knot on Nov. 1, 2018, at The Legacy Castle in Pompton Plains, New Jersey, a source confirmed to PEOPLE at the time.

He proposed to her on Valentine’s Day that year, and the emotional engagement unfolded on Jersey Shore: Family Vacation in June 2018, with the MTV star getting down on one knee to deliver a heartfelt declaration that brought his costars to tears: “I fell in love with you because you loved me when I couldn’t even love myself.”

“We’ve been through so much, and for us to finally get engaged, it’s really special,” he told viewers. “Because it wasn’t guaranteed. It’s been very stormy for a while. The odds were against me. People bet against me. But against all odds, she’s been there throughout the ups and downs, the good times and the bad times.”

Just three months following their dream wedding, Sorrentino went to prison after pleading guilty to one count of tax evasion. In September, the reality star was released from prison after serving his eight-month sentence.

After his release, Pesce quickly fell pregnant but sadly that pregnancy ended in a miscarriage.

The couple opened up to PEOPLE in November about the harrowing loss, with Sorrentino calling it especially “difficult” for them “because we really didn’t have any experience on how to handle this.”

“It was the most traumatic thing I’ve ever experienced in my life, and I think also for Mike, because he was seeing me suffer and he didn’t know how to take it away,” Pesce said.

Still, the college sweethearts were hopeful about the future of their family.

“We’re definitely trying again,” Sorrentino shared. “We’re excited to move forward in that chapter of our lives. Hopefully, it happens and once it does it will definitely be a blessing.”

This story originally appeared on people.com

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