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Baby Girl on the Way for Marshall and Jamie Anne Allman

05/14/2014 at 11:45 AM ET

Marshall and Jamie Anne Allman Welcome Twin Sons Asher James and Oliver Charles
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They’re thinking pink — and soon!

Marshall and Jamie Anne Allman are expecting their third child — a girl! — in June, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.

The couple are already parents to 15-month-old twin sonsAsher James and Oliver Charles, who were born in January 2013 — 81 days ahead of their due date.

Their early arrival came after a very difficult pregnancy, which included the former The Killing actress being diagnosed with gestational diabetes and spending months on bed rest before a bladder infection led to the premature delivery.

Both boys spent close to three months in the NICU before being discharged.

The True Blood actor, 30, and Jamie Anne were married in Austin, Texas in June 2006.

– Anya Leon

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Clementine on

So, 15-month-old twins who were born 81 days early after a difficult pregnancy and she put her body at risk again so soon? Kind of reckless but congrats I guess.

Marky on

Some of you people have no idea of why pregnancies sometimes go awry, and have no understanding of the fact that rarely means any other pregnancies will have complications.

Some people would not plan to have a second pregnancy so close to twins who may have some special needs, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t plan their family the way they want to.

We have no way of knowing whether or not this second pregnancy was planned or wasn’t, anyway. BC fails all the time, abstinence is the only thing that’s 100%, and most married couples aren’t into that!

Good luck to this couple, and hope they have plenty of help! :)

Anonymous on

I’m sure she has a doctor with whom she likely discussed the pros and cons of becoming pregnant again. I’m guessing that the doctor has a better understanding of Jamie’s situation than a random poster on a message board does. Anyway, here’s hoping she has an easier time this pregnancy.

Anonymous on

Since when gestational diabetes is a very difficult pregnancy and a bedrest required?

Tay on

Congrats to Marshall and Jamie for their new addition!

Anonymous on

Anonymous- According the article about the twins’ birth, the bedrest was actually due to the fact that she had a shortened cervix, not the GD. Not sure why PEOPLE left that out of this article.

Anyway, congrats to them!

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