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Donald Trump Jr. Is Expecting His Fourth Child!

Donald and Vanessa Trump are expecting again.

From the boardroom to the delivery room!

Donald Trump Jr. announced tonight via Twitter that he and his wife, Vanessa, are having another baby.

“Well Vanessa & I have some good news we are expecting baby num 4 in the fall!!!” he wrote. “Kai, Donnie, & Tristan can’t wait!”

With this new addition, he’ll have something in common with fellow famous expectant parents Tori Spelling and Kim Zolciak. What is it?

All of them conceived their fourth children shortly after the birth of their third! Donald Jr.’s son Tristan was born just 7 months ago. When one of his followers pointed this out, Donald Jr. laughed, “yea they’ll be 13 months apart, Irish twins!”

He also good-naturedly answered comments about building his own football team (“Would have 2 Quit my day job ;)”), getting the baby a hockey stick putter (“working on that already”) and getting “more camo and arrows” (“Don’t worry I have enough to go around!”)

No comment from dad Donald Sr. yet – but we’re sure he’s thrilled to have another addition to his family empire!

Congratulations to the parents-to-be!

[Photos: via Twitter]

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