Celebrities Due in July 2016

By JustmMommies

Summer is heating up and so is the celebrity baby list. See which celebrities are expecting this month!

Alanis Morissette and Mario Treadway

Alanis Morissette and her husband rapper Mario Treadway are expecting their second baby this month. The singer shared the news on her website in February, posting a sketch animation video about her love story, birth of her son, and the new addition. The couple has one son already, Ever, 5.

Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheredge

Bobby Brown and his wife Alicia Eheredge are expecting their third child together. The couple has a son Cassius, 6, and daughter Bodhi, turning 1 in July. This is baby number 7 for the singer who confirmed the news with People in February.

Liv Tyler and David Gardner

Actress Liv Tyler is expecting her third child. The baby will be her second with fiance David Gardner. She announced the news on Instagram in January with a photo of her baby bump captioned “Oh my goodness it seems the stork is visiting us again !!!! I am growing another little Tyler Gardner in my belly . our family is growing!!! So grateful. @davidgardner I love you.”

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