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‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’ Star Deena Cortese Reveals She’s Having a Baby Boy

It’s a boy for Deena Cortese! The pregnant Jersey Shore Family Vacation star recently revealed that she and husband Christopher Buckner will soon be welcoming a baby boy. The reality TV personality announced on Oct. 25 that she was expecting her second child in May 2021.

Deena Cortese had a Halloween-themed gender reveal  

Christopher Buckner and Deena Cortese
Christopher Buckner and Deena Cortese attend the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards | Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Cortese, 33, went with a slightly spooky gender reveal for baby no. 2. On Instagram, she shared a few photos of herself, her husband, and their son CJ in their Coco-themed Halloween costumes. The trio poses with a cake reading “Boo-y or ghoul.” A second shot shows the cake’s blue interior, revealing that the couple is expecting another boy. 

“Looks like CJ is getting a little Brother !!! #boymom,” Cortese captioned the post. 

The ‘Jersey Shore’ star says her son will be ‘the best big brother ever’ 

Cortese’s gender reveal followed her Halloween-themed pregnancy reveal a week earlier. In the social media post, she shared that she was expecting a baby due May 1, 2021. 

“Our hearts are filled with so much love and joy! CJ is going to be the best big brother ever!!!,” she wrote. She also acknowledged that some people had already guessed the big news, writing “sooo for everyone that was asking YES YES YES ..I’m pregnant.” 

“Anotha 1 ! Love you so much babe. To the best mama bear ever!” Cortese’s husband commented on Instagram. The couple’s first child was born in January 2019. 

Cortese’s ‘Jersey Shore’ co-stars couldn’t be more excited for her 

Jersey Shore cast members
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Jenni “JWoww” Farley, and Deena Nicole Cortese of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation | Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

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The news that Cortese is expecting didn’t come as a huge surprise to her co-stars. She was pregnant during filming for the upcoming season of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, which premieres in November. In a teaser for the new episodes, Cortese reveals she’s having a baby by unfurling a bright yellow beach towel emblazoned with the words, “I’m pregnant!,” much to the delight of her friends. 

“Another meatball is in the building,” says Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino.

After Cortese’s gender reveal, members of the Jersey Shore cast reacted on social media. 

“Sooo exciting , congrats mawma,” wrote Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi.  

“Best news,” commented Jenni “JWoww” Farley, while The Situation and his wife Lauren Sorrentino also offered their congratulations. 

Cortese says she was ‘born to be a mom’

Cortese and Buckner met in 2011. He proposed on a vacation to Mexico in 2016, and the pair said “I do” the next year. Soon after, they started their family. 

“I just love being a mom,” Cortese told TV Insider in 2019 after the birth of her first child. “I feel like I was born to be a

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Increased police presence at Faversham recreation ground following stabbing of teenage boy

Police patrols will be stepped up at a crime-hit park where a teenager was recently stabbed.

The extra presence is hoped to crack down on the increasing levels of violence to grip Faversham recreation ground.

Faversham recreation ground
Faversham recreation ground

In the latest incident, a 16-year-old boy was knifed in the back on Sunday as he made his way through the 20-acre park.

Whether it be day or night, the Rec has become an unwelcoming place for families or individuals who now opt to steer clear of the “lawless” open space.

More than 2,500 concerned residents have therefore signed a petition calling for security to be given a much-needed upgrade.

A senior police officer says crime at the Rec is committed by a “very small minority” but the force does not underestimate the “disproportionate impact” on the community.

Patrols have been increased and sweeps of the area for weapons are to be conducted.

The recreation ground is becoming a hotbed for crime
The recreation ground is becoming a hotbed for crime

Chief Inspector Alan Rogers, Kent Police’s District Commander for Swale, says the proactive measures are hoped to cut down the ever-increasing crime rates.

He said: “We are aware of concerns about crime at Faversham recreation ground and are working closely with our partners, including Swale Borough Council, to prevent further incidents.

“My officers are taking a proactive approach to prevent offending, such as increasing their patrols to the area, carrying out knife sweeps and using dispersal orders to move on groups of people who are causing, or likely to cause, a disturbance.

“When offences have taken place, we have always acted quickly to identify and detain individuals involved.

“A teenage boy has already been arrested following the assault on Sunday night and a different teenage boy was arrested last month, not long after we received a report of a robbery.

Extra patrols will be carried out
Extra patrols will be carried out

“Offences at the recreation ground are committed by a very small minority of people but we do not underestimate the disproportionate impact they have on the wider community.

“We have no tolerance for such behaviour and will continue working with our partners to ensure the most robust, and proportionate, action is taken.”

Faversham MP Helen Whately says she is shocked by the latest stabbing and assures she will pressure the authorities for further measures.

“As a mother, I can’t imagine anything worse than something like this happening to one of my children,” she said.

“Sadly we know this isn’t a one-off incident as reports of crime and anti-social behaviour in the Rec increased during the summer.

Faversham Helen Whately
Faversham Helen Whately

“Despite the best efforts of the police, it’s clear more needs to be done.

“Having helped secure funding to regenerate the Rec, we now need to make it safe for people to enjoy.

“I’ve called on Kent Police and Swale Borough Council to look at every possible option to improve safety, including better lighting and more patrols.”

Swale Borough Council has previously employed a ranger for the Rec, and the authority says it is working

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