ALASKAN Bush People star Noah Brown and his wife Rhain are expecting their second child together.
The expectant father revealed the happy news with a sweet poem.
On Wednesday, the TV personality took to Instagram to share a photo of a poem that read: "Roses are red, Violets are Blue, Rhain is Pregnant and I will love this baby too."
A number of Alaskan Bush People fans took to the comments section to congrulate the couple on the exciting news, as one person wrote: "Thats wonderful! Congratulations! Thats wonderful! Congratulations!"
Noah and Rhain previously welcomed their baby boy Elijah in February 2019.
The couple announced their son's birth in a statement, which read: "Rhain and I are thrilled to announce the arrival of our son Elijah Connor Brown. Mom and son are healthy and happy — he’s already working on his howl!
"Rhain is a wonderful mother already, I am truly in awe of her and we are both very grateful and excited to welcome him to our family."
Rhain added: “He’s happy, healthy, and just perfect."
Back in September, Noah shared a rare photo of his son on Instagram.
The reality star proudly posted a sweet snap of his boy in a diaper and tee-shirt wearing an oversized backpack.
The young boy's blue eyes looked beyond the camera.
Noah shared: "Even in dark times there are moments like this that you just have to share because it brightens this dreary world.
"I Love my son."
He shared the photo shortly after the family of three were left devastated following the Palmer Fire burned through 17,735 acres in Washington state, including patriarch Billy Brown’s $1.6 million, 436-acre property.
Tragedy continued to impact the family when Billy died at the age of 68 after suffering a seizure in February.
Billy and wife Ami, 57, share daughters Rain and Snowbird and sons Bear, Matt, Joshua Bam Bam and Noah.
Back in February, The Sun exclusively reported that Billy died after suffering a seizure as medics attempted to save him with CPR and called for an emergency helicopter.
A Washington Sheriff’s Office confirmed to The Sun that a call was made at 4:03pm, stating: “Medical requested a helicopter. It doesn’t appear he was transported to the hospital by medical. He passed away at the house.”
The Sheriff added that medics “attempted CPR” on the patriarch.
He continued: “Medics and fire were on the scene a hour and a half before the Sheriff’s Office was called. We respond to all deaths. At this point, nothing suspicious or criminal.”
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