Months before the former Vanderpump Rules cast member is due to give birth to her baby girl, she took her fans and followers inside her $1.7 million home in the Hollywood Hills where she recently set up a second changing station and staged some major organization.
“Second changing station for the top floor. Because I’m lazy,” Stassi wrote in the caption of a photo shared to her Instagram Stories, which featured a changing table with baskets labeled for “diapers,” “wipes,” and other items.
In a second photo shared to her Stories of her daughter’s nursery, Stassi showcased her child’s closet, which was organized with a rack, bins, and two large pull-outs.
“Nursery organization af,” Stassi captioned the pic, noting that she received help from Home on Point.
Stassi also posted a photo from inside her pantry where several shelves and bins were found.
“This is just glorious [and] is satisfying all my ‘nesting’ impulses,” she admitted.
After the organization was complete, Stassi gave fans a look at her daughter’s completed room, which featured “French country nursery vibes with a dash of magic.”
Stassi first confirmed her pregnancy in June with her rep, Steve Honig, telling Reality Blurb that she and Beau “will be welcoming their first child the first week in January.”
“[They] are grateful and eager to begin the next chapter of their lives as parents,” the statement continued.
Months after revealing her baby news, Stassi told her fans and followers on Instagram that she and Beau decided to tie the knot in an outdoor ceremony in September after being forced to postpone their dream wedding in Italy until next year.
During an appearance on The Morning Beat earlier this year, before she and Beau decided to reschedule their Italian wedding, Stassi hinted that they were trying to start a family.
“If it happens it happens. I mean, that would derail my wedding plans. That’s for sure. But I don’t think its a full-blown plan,” Stassi explained. “I just want a baby so bad though [and] honestly, it feels like the right time. If we’re going to continue to be quarantined, it’s like the downtime you take when you’re pregnant.”