Former WH Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany announces the birth of their second child
Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany welcomed a new member to her family on Tuesday — a baby boy named Nash.
“[Sean Gilmartin] & I am thrilled to announce the birth of our son Nash! What a truly joyful time. God has blessed us beyond measure!” McEnany, co-host of Fox News’ daytime show Outnumbered, said Thursday.
McEnany shared pictures of Nash wrapped up in a blue elephant print outfit. His big sister, 3-year-old Blake, sat next to the newborn wearing a matching set, although hers was studded with pink elephants.
Nash was born two days before McEnany shared the news. Outnumbered co-host Emily Compagno revealed during Friday’s episode of the Fox talk show to applause from the cast.
“Mom and Dad are both doing great and Nash is already a hit with his big sister Blake,” Compagno said before reciting a Bible verse.
“These kids won the genetic lottery. You have Kayleigh who is so beautiful and so smart and her husband who is so handsome and a professional athlete. These kids are going to take over the world,” said Fox and Friends First name Carley Shimkus, who joined the cast on Friday.
“Most importantly, they live in a house of faith,” Compagno replied.
McEnany announced her pregnancy on the show in June when she was around four months old.
In July, the show hosted a gender reveal party for McEnany, where she announced she was expecting a boy.
McEnany returned to political discourse in the days following the delivery to comment on Elon Musk’s revelation that Twitter is suppressing posts referencing Hunter Biden’s 2020 laptop story from the Post.
“I can explain to my daughter who @elonmusk is and how he fought for free speech for me and millions of others. #TwitterFiles,” McEnany wrote.”