'Married at First Sight' Star Jamie Otis' Surprise Baby Shower Is Delightfully Sweet

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Former Bachelor and Married at First Sight alum, Jamie Otis had a baby shower thrown by her sister-in-law and it’s a bundle of sweetness.

Over the weekend, Otis’ husband, Dough Hehner’s sister, Kerri-Ann Hehner threw a surprise shower for the baby girl who is almost here.

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PEOPLE reports Otis was surrounded by some of the most amazing women in her life, like, her mother-in-law, sisters and sisters-in-law. The 31-year-old reality star played games with guests, indulged in cupcakes and opened presents at the prestigious, La Dolce Vita restaurant in New Jersey.

Married at First Sight’s season one alum, Cortney Carrion (née Hendrix) was also at the festivities, where guests tell PEOPLE Otis was “glowing the whole time.”

Earlier this spring, Otis and Hehner shared they were expecting a baby girl in the summer. The couple, who lost their son four months into her pregnancy last year found out they were expecting their “rainbow baby” on his due date last December.

“I’ve always wanted to have that mother-daughter relationship that I kind of missed out on with my mom,” she previously told the publication. “I secretly hoped to be a mommy to a little girl and to have a little mini me.”

Photo credit: Instagram / @jamieotis


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