Barron Hilton II and his wife, Tessa Gräfin von Walderdorff, are expecting their second child, Page Six confirms.
“We are so excited!” the couple said in a statement to People Thursday. “It wasn’t planned, but we’ve realized that the best things in life never are.”
Hilton, 32, and Walderdorff, 27, added that they have decided to wait until the baby is born to find out the sex.
The pair welcomed their first child, daughter Milou Alizée, in March 2020.
“The baby is due at the end of summer, which will make Milou and baby exactly two and a half years apart,” they told the magazine.
It’s possible Hilton and Walderdorff will choose a unique name for baby No. 2, as their firstborn’s moniker has a special significance.
“We found the name Milou from where we met — Pointe Milou in St. Barts. We thought it was only fitting,” they previously told People.
“Her middle name, Alizée, means ‘trade winds’ in French. The winds of the island are what brought us together, and then a few years later, it is what brought us Milou. She is a gift from the island.”
Hilton and Walderdorff also tied the knot in St. Barts in a “beautiful and tasteful” wedding ceremony in June 2018 attended by the groom’s sisters, Paris and Nicky Hilton, an insider told Page Six at the time.
Barron popped the question in Central Park in October 2017.
Walderdorff, who is a countess, has integrated nicely into the Hilton family and was even included in sister-in-law Paris’ wedding party when the heiress, 41, married Carter Reum in November 2021.