Jenna Johnson, Val Chmerkovskiy Drops Hint to Baby’s Name, Fans Come Up With Hilarious Guesses
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Dancing With The Stars professional dancers Jenna Johnson and Val Chmerkovskiy are keeping their newborn baby’s name a secret. Fans however, could not help but have their own guesses as to what the couple named their son.
Fans Speculate The Baby’s Name
A recent post from Johnson, a week after giving birth to her first child with Chmerkovskiy, shows a potential hint to their baby’s name. Fans were quick to give their own guesses as to what the couple named their son, and some are incredibly funny.
The picture in the post marks one week of being together, showing a closeup of Johnson’s neckline while cradling the baby in her arms. The necklace that the DWTS pro is wearing has the letter on “R” on it, which probably means that their son’s name starts with the same letter.
Some of the fans’ guesses are downright hilarious, since some of them are dance related. Johnson and Chmerkovskiy’s baby is turning out to be the best kept secret that everyone is dying to know.
While most fans are in agreement that “Roman,” is their child’s real name, other poked poked fun and said “Rumba,” is the name, pertaining to the dance style. Other guesses range from Romeo, to Richie to even Riley.
The Couple Celebrate a Week After Their Son’s Arrival With The Photograph
The couple are currently basking in the glow of parenthood, while they are celebrating the child’s small milestones. The couple are seemingly planning on revealing their son’s name in a big announcement after giving a couple of hints.
“I promise I will share more when we are ready. Trying to soak up all of these precious moments and transition into parenthood the best we can,” Johnson captioned. “My heart is forever his and my world is so much brighter with him in it.”
Chmerkovskiy commented on Johnson’s post with “My guy,” and adding a red heart to his comment. Fans are currently excited to hear more from the couple and are currently tuning in to their every post of the child.