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Lauren Manzo spills the beans on the sex and due date of her first baby

When she's not writing, Claire Gillespie can most often be found wiping snotty noses, picking up Lego, taking photos of her cat or doing headstands.

Reality TV mom-to-be Lauren Manzo has revealed the sex of her baby — plus her due date concerns

Manzo'd with Children star Lauren Manzo announced her first pregnancy in September, and she's let slip a couple of details about her unborn child.

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During an appearance on Bravo's The Daily Dish alongside mom Caroline Manzo, Lauren Manzo revealed that she is expecting a baby girl, and she also confirmed her due date: Feb. 26, 2017.

However, the mom-to-be is pretty sure her daughter will be late. "I'm due February 26, and there's only 28 days in February and it's a first pregnancy, so I'm kind of saying it's going to be the beginning of March," she said. However, that would make the child a Pisces, which she's not too happy about.

"I was freaking out over [it] at first because there's a couple Pisces that I know that I can't stand," she admitted. "I said to my doctor, 'Maybe we could just do a C-section two weeks early and then it can be an Aquarius.'"

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The Aquarius/Pisces baby will be the first child for Manzo and her husband, Vito Scalia. They announced their happy news via the following statement: "Vito and I are so happy to announce that we are expecting our first child, due early 2017. Everyone is overjoyed for the future addition to the Scalia-Manzo family. It's amazing that we get to share our journey this season on Manzo'd with Children with everyone who has followed us throughout our relationship."

No doubt Manzo — or her mom — will be providing more details about the pregnancy and imminent arrival over the next few months, and before too long, we'll see the newest member of the Scalia-Manzos on our TV screens.

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