"The Bachelorette" winner Jesse Csincsak and wife Ann are welcoming a fifth member to their growing family!
The 34-year-old and his wife Ann Lueders already have two children — son Noah Theodore, 5, and daughter Charlotte Jeanne, 2.
“I am so excited to be a dad of three … I feel so bad for my wife Ann as she gets the worst sickness ever for like 8 months of each pregnancy,” Csincsak told People.
“However, it’s a fun challenge, as we love the outdoors, to figure out how to make it work with all the kiddos with us.”
Though both appeared in "The Bachelor" franchise, and Csincsak won his season, he actually didn't win with Lueders. His relationship with DeAnna Pappas, his season's bachelorette, didn't last much past the fourth season of the show, on which they met.
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Instead, Csincsak, a professional snowboarder, married Lueders, who was a contestant on the thirteenth season of "The Bachelor," on August 28, 2010 in Vegas. They met when Csincsak hosted a "Bachelor" reunion.
If Csincsak's fundraising work is in any way indicative of the generosity and love he displays as a father, we think his third child's lucky to be joining such a warm and giving family. He's the founder of the nonprofit organization JSAK Snowboarding, which assists snowboarders with their eye on Olympic gold raise money for training, travel and more.
And even though he's busy helping so many outside his family, the former Bachelor contestant also keeps a close eye on his family. In fact, he's the one who first guessed that his wife was pregnant again.
“Ann was super sick for like a week and I was like, ‘Are you preggers?’ She’s like, ‘I think I may be, actually!’ ” he told People. “I was so pumped to hear her say that.”
We're pumped for the growing family, too. Congrats!