Congrats to Kym Johnson and husband Robert Herjavec on their growing family! Johnson Herjavec, from Dancing with the Stars, and her Shark Tank investor husband welcomed twins, a son and a daughter, Monday morning.
Today, the couple revealed the twins' names: The parents named their little boy Hudson Robert Herjavec, who got his middle name from his father. Their daughter was dubbed Haven Mae Herjavec, whose middle name is from Kym's grandmother, according to Entertainment Tonight. Herjavec posted an adorable snap of the newborns to his Instagram account, writing in the caption, "Welcome to the world Hudson Robert Herjavec & Haven Mae Herjavec - it’s great out here! May you always know love, peace, and grace in your lives. May your dreams have no bounds and your spirit be strong."
The couple first announced the twins' birth on Tuesday, via Johnson Herjavec's Instagram account. “I never thought my heart could feel so full. We’re so in love with our little angels. Born at 7.44am and 7.45am 4/23/18,” Johnson, 41, wrote in the caption.
Herjavec, 55, has three children from his previous marriage to Diane Plese.
On April 1, Johnson Herjavec revealed that she and her husband were expecting a boy and a girl during their baby shower. Guests included fellow DWTS pro Cheryl Burke and hosted by her pal, RuPaul’s Drag Race judge Carson Kressley. Needless to say, we'll be shocked if the twins don't grow up to become reality stars.
The couple first announced that they were expecting when Johnson Herjavec shared a photo on social media of her ultrasound, which showed one of the itty bitty babies giving an apparent thumbs up in the photo.
Johnson and Herjavec first started dating during their Dancing With the Stars rehearsals when they competed together on the 20th season three years ago. A year later, in the summer of 2016, the two tied the knot.
The couple have revealed their excitement for parenthood together a handful of times since the news of their pregnancy first broke. Johnson Herjavec told People of her husband, “He’ll be really hands-on and he’s going to be great. He’s going to be such a good dad. He’s already talking to them and telling stories.”