Lakers News: Kobe Bryant And Wife Vanessa Expecting Third Daughter
Kobe and Vanessa Bryant

Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant has been busy since his iconic 60-point career-ending finale. Kobe indicated that he would make it a priority to devote more time to his business, Kobe Inc., and his family.

It appears that Kobe has held true to his promise to spend more time with his wife, Vanessa, as the couple announced on Instagram on Tuesday night that they are expecting another baby girl:

Kobe and Vanessa have two daughters, Natalia and Gianna, who are 13 and 10 years old respectively. Now the Bryant family is thrilled to announce that there will be another beautiful baby girl in the family, although perhaps Kobe may have been hoping for a boy.

Kobe has indicated in the past on Twitter that he was considering the possibility of having another child. The timing could not have been better for the Bryant family, as Kobe just completed his illustrious career with the Lakers and will have more time to spend at home with the family.

The news that Kobe’s third child will be another girl may come as a disappointment to those Lakers fans who hoped to see another Bryant dominate the NBA, but the loyal Kobe supporters have extended congratulatory remarks on the Instagram photo.

Kobe Bryant has been retired from the NBA for three months now, but he will always remain a headline.

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