Diana Jenkins and Asher Monroe Are Expecting Their Second Child Together After Suffering a Miscarriage

Diana Jenkins, one of the newest ‘villains’ on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, recently confirmed she was pregnant for the fifth time – one of which was a miscarriage, but more on that below. It’ll be her second child with fiancé Asher Monroe. The couple also announced their engagement earlier this year. 

Jenkins, who is the CEO of Neuro Brands, was originally married to Roger Jenkins – an executive at Barclays Bank – between 1999 and 2011. The former couple share two children together, a 22-year-old son named Innis and a 20-year-old daughter named Eneya. The relationship came to a ‘natural end.’ 

Jenkins met Monroe at a Victoria’s Secret fashion show in 2010, but they didn’t start dating right away. The two co-founded a record label two years later and, after years of dating, welcomed their first child – a daughter named Eliyanah – in 2020. Now engaged, the couple is ready to add one more to the family. 

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The pregnancy was first reported by Page Six on December 9th after a source close to the reality TV star confirmed that she was ‘several weeks pregnant. The source added that the couple was being cautious with this pregnancy, especially with what happened last year, but are excited about adding to the family.

“She’s feeling great, but because of her health history, she’s on bed rest,” the source told Page Six. Her ‘bed rest’ forced her to miss out on attending the People’s Choice Awards – which took place on December 6th. RHOBH was ultimately beaten out by The Kardashians for the Best Reality Show award. 

On December 14th, Diana Jenkins alluded to her ‘bed rest’ in an Instagram video that all but confirms her pregnancy. The soon-to-be mother of four was seen in bed wearing sweatpants and a hoodie with a plate of food in her lap. It’s a scene that other mothers and soon-to-be mothers can relate to while pregnant.

“I am taking my bed rest so seriously that I can’t even laugh at myself. For all the haters, [don’t point, obviously] I am fully aware how ridiculous I am,” she wrote in the caption, also adding that her “problems are real to me.” She later commented that she has “a long way to go,” but appreciates the support. 

Diana Jenkins Suffered a Miscarriage in 2021

Although Diana Jenkins has taken on the role of a ‘villain’ in Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, that’s not to say she isn’t human. This was put on full display when Jenkins opened up about a miscarriage she suffered with Asher Monroe sometime last year – roughly six months after giving birth to Eliyanah.

She learned of the miscarriage after a consultation with her doctor. After discovering the baby had passed away a few weeks prior, Jenkins was forced to deliver a stillborn baby to avoid infection – which would further complicate things. It was a trying time in the 49-year-old’s life, but one she’s learning to live with.

While she continues to heal from the tragic and traumatic experience, Jenkins is happy to have her future husband by her side. The two have been inseparable since their friendship turned into a deep and intimate relationship – and current engagement. And now, they get to celebrate another child on the way. 

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Season 12 of RHOBH premiered on May 11, 2022 and came to an end on October 5th – with three ‘Reunion’ shows airing between October 12 and October 26. For those who enjoyed watching Diana Jenkins make her debut this season, you can expect to see her back for another go in Season 13.

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