Alyssa Milano announces baby's sex on YouTube

Pregnant Alyssa Milano has released a cute video sharing the sex of her baby. Check it out!

Photo: Alyssa Milano via Instagram Photo: Alyssa Milano via Instagram

As you know, Alyssa Milano, 41, is expecting her second child with hubby David Bugliari. Well, yesterday, she cleverly took to YouTube to announce the baby's sex...

“I’m in my Mistresses dressing room," she says all secretively, "and I wanted to share with you guys that I am expecting a little... sweet... baby girl. David, Milo and I could not be happier. Truly, we could not be happier. So exciting!”

Alyssa shared the video in a post on her website, entitled "Baby Bugliari Baby Reveal." And she tweeted it out in a fun way:

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So sweet! Here's the video for you...

Did you announce the sex of your baby to friends and family? Or, if you decided to find out at all, did you keep it to yourself?

Love! xo Haley-O Celebrity Candy: Follow along as Haley Overland delivers the latest scoop on celebrity families—plus sweet celeb interviews! You can’t have too much of this candy, so check back often.

This article was originally published on May 16, 2014

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