HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines open up about their happy marriage, how they stay humble and life at home in Waco, Texas.Â Subscribe nowÂ for the exclusive interview plus 100 reasons to love America â€” only in PEOPLE! Chip and Joanna Gaines already have four beautiful children, but the Fixer UpperÂ stars might be expanding their family in the future. “I would love another baby â€” or twins!” Joanna says in the latest issue of PEOPLE.
HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines open up about their happy marriage, how they stay humble and life at home in Waco, Texas. Subscribe now for the exclusive interview plus 100 reasons to love America — only in PEOPLE! Since Chip and Joanna Gaines‘ HGTV series Fixer Upper premiered in 2013, it seems nearly everything that the couple has touched has turned to gold. Still, their road to fame — and a home improvement fortune — hasn’t been as simple as it appears.
There’s another baby on the way for Sara Haines and her husband Max Shifrin. “We are so excited to add to our little family,” Haines, 39, tells PEOPLE exclusively. “I was hoping for a girl, but Max is a little scared, I think.”Haines wed Shifrin, a lawyer, in November 2014. The couple has a 15-month-old son, Alec Richard, and a 14-year-old Chihuahua named Trixie. While she’s been able to keep her pregnancy a secret for the most part, it hasn’t been easy hiding her belly every day on live TV.
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