Is Kelli Giddish Pregnant Again With Husband Lawrence Faulborn?

All the news about Kelli Giddish being pregnant again with her husband Lawrence Faulborn are rumors. She gave birth to her second child in 2019. 

Giddish of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit expected her second child with her husband Lawrence Faulborn.

Ludo Faulborn, their 2-year-old son, became a big brother. Giddish showed her baby bulge on the red carpet at the Law & Order: SVU season 20 premiere in New York City on Thursday night.

Giddish and Faulborn married in the summer of 2015 and shortly after welcomed their kid.

The actress has shared a lot of photos of her kid and their wonderful family moments on her Instagram account, including riding a red Radio Flyer along the beach and playing with Play-Doh in a Spiderman costume.

When she was pregnant with Ludo, the Law & Order: SVU actress broke a boundary on the show which was a bit unusual act.

Kelli Giddish Kids & Family Explored

Talking about Kelli Giddish kids, in October 2015, she gave birth to the couple's first child, a boy called Ludo. In November 2018, Giddish gave birth to the couple's second child, a boy called Charlie.

She married Lawrence Faulborn at New Smyrna Beach, Florida, on June 20, 2015.

Her pregnancies were both featured on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

In the first episode of season 17, Giddish's character Rollins disclosed her pregnancy, and the quest for the father's identity began.

Giddish was born in the Georgia town of Cumming. Her parents are Charles and Nita Giddish, and she has a brother named Eli.

Her paternal grandpa sparked her interest in performing by introducing her to Atlanta's Fox Theatre. Her maternal grandmother was also a big fan of her hobbies.

Kelli Giddish Net Worth Reveal: How Rich Is She?

Moving on to Kelli Giddish's net worth, it has been significantly increasing in 2021. As per our estimation, she is worth $2 million - $7 million. 

 In her youth, Giddish received a lot of honors. She was a member of Forsyth Central's championship softball team and the State Literary Champion for Girls Dramatic Interpretation in 1998. 

She appeared in a Broadway production alongside Farrah Fawcett within a year of her arrival.