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Kimberly Guilfoyle and Eric Villency expecting a baby boy

05/29/2006 at 11:00 AM ET

Guil190 Fox’s Kimberly Guilfoyle (The Lineup), 37, and Fine Living’s Eric Villency (Idesign), 31, were married on Saturday in Barbados and are said to be five months pregnant with their first child, a boy.

The couple met on a blind date last October and were engaged by Christmas, but kept the romance a secret until February, when Kimberly’s divorce from San Francisco major Gavin Newsom was finalized. However, a friend of the couple remarks that "The wedding was planned long before she learned she was with child." However, another source scoffs, "[The baby] was the worst-kept secret in town." Ouch.

Source: NY Times and NY Post via SF Gate.

Thanks to CBB readers Heather and Angela.

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Principesa on

Who in their right mind lets a catch like Gavin Newsom go? Smart, well-spoken, beautiful and progressive political leanings – a dream guy!

Melanie on

Eric is Gorgeous!

Codysmom98 on

What do you mean “A catch like Gavin Newsome??” He is an adulterer. I bet he cheated on poor Kimberly Guilfoyle too!

I wish Kimberly the best with Eric and their new baby boy Ronan!
GOD Bless them all!



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