Anna Trebunskaya of ‘DWTS’ has a baby girl, reveals father’s identity
It’s a girl and a big reveal for Anna Trebunskaya of “Dancing With the Stars.” The ballroom pro welcomed her first child and finally named the child’s father.
The Russian hoofer, 33, gave birth to daughter Amalya Millan on Saturday at home, her rep told People.
Upon first announcing her pregnancy in September, Trebunskaya opted to conceal the name of her baby daddy. But the statement revealed that Amalya’s father is Trebunskaya’s boyfriend, actor Nevin Millan, who has appeared in small roles on “True Blood,” “CSI: New York” and “Nip/Tuck.”
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“We’re thrilled to welcome our beautiful, healthy baby into the world. We couldn’t be happier,” the couple said in the statement to the mag.
“It wasn’t planned, but when it happened, I thought, ‘This is perfect -- I’m ready to be a mom,’” Trebunskaya told Us Weekly in September. “This is something really good for me and fulfilling, and it’ll give me a whole new meaning in life. I’m really looking forward to it.”
Though her pregnancy meant that she had to take some time away from the ballroom (she was absent from “DWTS” Season 17), the dancer said she planned to return following her daughter’s birth.
“I’m looking forward to getting back into shape and dancing afterward and bringing the baby on board into the ‘DWTS’ family!” she told the mag.
Trebunskaya has appeared on 10 seasons of the ABC reality competition and has been paired with actor Steve Guttenberg, figure skater Evan Lysacek, retired boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, former NFL stars Jerry Rice and Kurt Warner, fashion guru Carson Kressley and singer Drew Lachey, among others.
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