Former chief stewardess on Below Deck Med, Hannah Ferrier, will soon be adding a mini first mate to her family. Hannah just announced on Instagram that she and boyfriend Josh are expecting their first baby together and, she wrote under a photo of her showing off her bump, her baby is already her "favorite adventure."
So, what is Hannah Ferrier's due date?
Hannah is already five months along in her pregnancy and, according to The Daily Dish, she’s due in late October 2020. She revealed that, in the beginning, her pregnancy was difficult and the morning sickness was more like around-the-clock sickness. Luckily, she is past that part and she has been busy enjoying being pregnant.
"For me [it] was incredibly frustrating, just having been so sick for maybe like two months," she told The Daily Dish. "There were some times where it was like 10 to 12 days, just 24/7. I don't know why they call it morning sickness. It's very strange because it's not. It's all day. So not being able to control that and not being able to feel better, just my normal life was difficult." But, she added, she is "feeling so much better now."
Hannah's boyfriend is just as excited as the former 'Below Deck' star.
Hannah also told The Daily Dish that her boyfriend is just as excited as she is about their baby's impending birth and to start this new chapter of their lives together. In May, the couple moved into their new home in Australia and, although Josh is noticeably absent from Hannah's Instagram, he has shared in her excitement every step of the way.
She doesn't plan to reveal the sex of her baby any time soon.
One thing Hannah plans to keep secret from the public is the sex of her baby, which is totally understandable. She told The Daily Dish she doesn't plan to have a gender reveal party, but she and Josh do plan to throw a barbecue for their friends and loved ones soon in order to celebrate the pregnancy and serve as a baby shower of sorts.
Hannah still isn't going to be on 'Below Deck Med' Season 6.
Below Deck Med’s Captain Sandy Yawn recently said on the Carolina Coffee Talk podcast that she hoped filming for Season 6 could begin in September 2020. Even if that didn't clash with Hannah's October due date, Hannah wouldn't be back for Season 6. Although there were rumors that Hannah had been fired, she told Entertainment Tonight she quit Below Deck Med after Season 5.
Hannah hasn't revealed yet what her plans are for the future in terms of her career, but it looks like Below Deck Med isn't in it. If taking an even longer leave from work in general means getting to spend extra time at home with her new baby, she probably won't object. Longtime fans might just have a hard time watching future seasons of Below Deck Med without a cast member who has been on the show since the beginning.
Watch Below Deck Med on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.