The son of Princess Caroline of Monaco is expecting his second child with wife Tatiana Santo Domingo, according to a new report.
Hello magazine reports that Andrea Casiraghi, 30, and his New York-born wife, also 30, are going to have their second child in the coming months.
They have a 19-month-old son, Alexandre Andrea Stefano Casiraghi.
The couple met at boarding school in Fontainebleau, France.
They were married in September 2013 after more than seven years of dating. Five months later, they welcomed their first child into the family.
The Monaco royal family is expanding even more as Caroline’s brother Prince Albert and his wife Princess Charlene are set to welcome twins near the end of the year.
The babies will be the first for Charlene, 36, who married Albert, 56, in 2011.
Albert has two other children from previous relationships.
“T.S.H. the Prince and the Princess of Monaco are delighted to announce the pregnancy of H.S.H. Princess Charlene,” the palace of Monaco announced in May.
“The birth is expected at the end of the year.”
People magazine reported that Albert and Charlene found out they were having twins when the princess went in for a routine sonogram.
“She had to call him back when they saw a second baby on the sonogram,” said New York plastic surgeon Jon Turk, a friend of the prince’s.
“He was busy in a meeting [and didn’t know why she was calling] and reluctant to come out. But when he came out, she said, ‘We’re going to have two babies!’ Two calls for two kids!”
The prince later started to childproof their home and summer house.
The sex of the children, including Andrea and Tatiana’s child, are not yet known.