Ashley Tisdale will be a mother soon. According to Page Six, Ashley confirmed that she and her husband, Christopher French, are expecting their first baby in the coming months.
On their respective Instagram accounts this week, the 35-year-old reality star shared a photo of herself posing next to her 38-year-old boyfriend. Several of her friends in the Disney world congratulated her on the happy news, including Amanda Kloots, Haylie Duff, and Kaley Cuoco.
Fans of the couple know they tied the knot in September 2014. On her wedding day, Ashley wrote in the caption of her photograph, “best day of my life!” In addition to taking her first steps in creating a family, Ashley has also moved past the plastic surgery phase of her life.
Earlier in the year, Ashley Tisdale revealed she would be removing her breast implants after having them for years. On her Instagram account at the time, the High School Musical actress revealed her most “personal” post yet.
She says she eliminated her breast implants during the winter months while on a journey to “self-acceptance and self-love.” Tisdale has been in the headlines as well for her comments on mental health and her own struggles with depression and anxiety.
In the recent past, The High School Musical alum touched on what she described as her “darkest moments” throughout her life, as well as what it was like to start taking steps toward “self-love.”
According to Tisdale, the breast implants made her feel good about herself for several years, but as time went on, she began to experience health problems which she believes may have been connected to her breast implants.
Tisdale isn’t the only celebrity to remove her breast implants either. Chrissy Teigen, the Sports Illustrated alum and the wife of John Legend, took to her social media account earlier this year to share a photograph of her recently removed breast implants.
Chrissy said she had been wrestling with the idea of removing them for a long time. After giving birth to several children, she made the final decision and hasn’t looked back.