Baby name revealed! Paul and Karine Staehle made a big announcement on the 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days Season 2 tell-all when they revealed that Karine is pregnant and the couple is expecting their first child together after suffering two miscarriages. They later revealed that their rainbow baby is a boy, and now, Paul and Karine announced the name they chose for their son in a sweet video made up of home movies. Watch the video above to see what the name is and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Karine put together a slideshow of photos of her with Paul and tons of baby bump progress pics set to music. Towards the end of the video, Karine added an ultrasound video clip of their son moving and kicking around in her tummy and at the very end, a sign spelled out their son’s name.
Fans flooded the comments, complimenting the name choice. “Beautiful video, thanks for sharing. Love the name,” one fan wrote, and another commented, “Great name. We had several babies with birth defects and a completely healthy baby is a miracle. Congratulations!!!!”
Paul and Karine suffered two heartbreaking miscarriages before getting pregnant for the third time, and one of the miscarriages played out on Season 2 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. Shortly after Karine found out that she was pregnant, she was rushed to the hospital and a doctor found that her baby stopped growing at around the nine-week mark because of some abnormalities. Paul later revealed during an appearance on Down to Business with H. Jack Miller that the defects found in the fetus were similar to ones that are caused by the Zika virus.
But now, the couple is grateful that Karine is currently having a healthy pregnancy and she is currently in her second trimester — but Paul said during an interview with Cosmo that they haven’t decided yet if they will raise Little Pierre in America or in Brazil, and the choice will ultimately be up to Karine. “She wants to test out medical facilities and medicine in the U.S. to see which she prefers and which will be best for our child,” Paul said. “Then she will decide which country is best.”