Renee Paquette and hubby Jon Moxley welcome their baby girl “Nora”


The Canadian television host and TV personality Renee Jane Paquette (35), welcomes her baby daughter, Nora, with her husband Jon Moxley, a wrestler by profession. The former commentator, presenter, and interviewer at WWE announced on Twitter about her pregnancy last month. The pair tied the knot in April 2017.  

On June 15, 2021, she announced her pregnancy through a post on Twitter and wrote, “baby girl is officially here” and will be “checking out and becoming a mom.” She added in the same tweet, “She’s absolutely incredible!!” The Tv presenter kept tweeting about how obsessed she was for her baby girl in a series of tweets that went for a week, she tweeted, “I’m so effing obsessed with this kid. Holy crap 😭.” 

She took to Instagram to share her body difference after the postpartum and the 9-month pregnant photograph of her. She described the difference by keeping the photographs side by side. She captioned the beautiful transformation a mother’s body goes through, like this, “9 months in, 1 week postpartum. It’s truly insane what our bodies do. They go to battle for us and our babies! I was so swollen after having Nora, 24 hours of labor, and then a c-section rocked my world. But the recovery is fascinating. I kept wondering what it would feel like on the other side of pregnancy, and while it’s certainly not easy and my nipples would like to be emancipated from my body, we did the damn thing! 🙌🏻🙌🏻” 

She exclusively announced about her pregnancy in November itself and also kept us updated with her changes through her social media post that we are truly grateful for, she said while revealing her pregnancy, “beyond excited to start this new chapter, and now finally having the world know feels like a weight has been lifted off my chest.” 

Well, we are sure that the already amazing former athlete, and new mamma along with her wrester husband who is also a new papa, will keep good care of their daughter.  

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