LISA Vanderpump’s daughter Pandora is pregnant with her first child as the soon-to-be grandma dropped a hint at the baby’s gender.
The Bravo star made the exciting announcement on Saturday at an event for her foundation, Vanderpump Dogs, celebrating the Annual World Dog Day in West Hollywood.
As the mother-daughter duo posed together at the charity bash’s pink carpet, Pandora, 35, proudly showed off her growing baby bump in a blue floral dress.
Lisa, 60, wore a lighter floral dress while they both rocked matching sunhats.
Pandora gushed about her little one on the way with husband Jason Sabo.
“Jason and I are beyond thrilled. It is such a blessing after such a difficult year for everyone,” the British TV personality told Daily Mail.
The President of Marketing and Events for the Vanderpump Dog Foundation also told the outlet she is due in Winter and will keep the child’s gender a surprise.
While the soon-to-be parents are not publicly announcing the baby’s sex, many fans insist the matriarch’s pink ensemble is a hint Pandora could be having a girl.
However, Lisa has been known to incorporate the feminine color into her wardrobe, home and restaurant designs – and now even her latest nickname.
The proud mom said of the exciting news: “Ken and I are overjoyed and are so happy for Pandora and Jason.
“It’s such wonderful news and has been such a difficult secret to keep.”
The RHOBH alum then revealed her nickname for becoming a grandmother: “We can’t wait for the new baby to arrive and I’m so excited to become Nanny Pinky.”
Pandora and Jason met in college while attending Pepperdine University in 2008.
They tied-the-knot in August 2011 and their lavish wedding was documents on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills – which her mom starred on from seasons one through nine.
Today’s event celebrated National Dog Day through her Los Angeles rescue, Vanderpump Dogs – which recently got it’s own show.
On June 9, Peacock premiered the Vaderpump Dogs reality show.
The trailer begins with the animal-loving entrepreneur opening the door to the center before she welcomes the audience in.
As clips show adorable dogs playing in the center, she says in a voiceover: "We created this rescue center and with our incredible team, we have found homes for more than 2,000 dogs.”
She then explains how she finds people to take in the rescue pups, stating: "It's like a dating process. You want to have a little foreplay before you go all the way."
Lisa later says her goal is the make the dogs feel like "VIPs," while clips show the Bravo star helping a young girl and her parents find the right pup for their family.
In addition to Lisa, the show also gave a glimpse at how the groomers do their job.
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