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Giannis Antetokounmpo and Girlfriend Expecting Second Baby

MILWAUKEE, WI – NBA MVP Milwaukee Buck Giannis Antetokounmpo, 26, and his girlfriend, Mariah Riddlesprigger, 28, are expecting their second baby, according to a post on Instagram on May 12.

Riddlesprigger posted about being a mom to son Liam, and then added: “Oh and I forgot to mention baby #2 is on the way and I’m in for even more life lessons! My kids are my biggest blessing and my greatest lesson!”

“We're excited,” she told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (MJS).

Antetokounmpo “announced the birth of their first child, Liam Charles Antetokounmpo, on Twitter in February 2020,” MJS reported.

"Anytime we see other kids, (Liam) just lights up," Riddlesprigger told MJS. "I'm just really excited that he's going to have a best friend all the time."

Riddlesprigger said that “she's up for the challenge of having two kids under 2 and that it's a ‘blessing’ that they're going to be so close in age,” MJS reported.

"(Liam is) going to be such a good big brother," she told MJS. "He's such an amazing baby."

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