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Jeana Keough’s Daughter Kara Keough Gives Birth To Baby Boy One Year After Son McCoy’s Death!

One week after announcing her pregnancy, Kara Keough, the daughter of Real Housewives of Orange County alum Jeana Keough, revealed she secretly gave birth to a baby boy in March.

“The day McCoy was born, I started writing a story. Our story. I don’t typically like to spoil the ending, but in this case the ending is a new beginning. Introducing Decker and McCoy’s baby brother,” she wrote alongside a photo of the newborn on Saturday, April 10, via Instagram. “Vaughn Mack Bosworth. Measuring at 20.5 inches and weighing 7 pounds 6 ounces of heaven-sent sweetness.”

Kara added that Vaughn was born six days before “what should have been his big brother’s 1st birthday” on March 31.

“His name means ‘small/little’ and ‘hope,’” she wrote. “It’s not lost on us that if we hadn’t lost Mack, we’d never know Vaughn. And yet, here he is, an unexpected serendipity. A little hope.”

According to Us Weekly, the former Bravo reality star also shares 5-year-old daughter Decker with husband Kyle Bosworth. Kara announced their family was growing on Easter Sunday, one year after their infant son died during childbirth after experiencing “shoulder dystocia and a compressed umbilical cord.”

Jeana’s former co-stars Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge sent their love to Kara on Saturday in the comment section of the Instagram post.

“Congratulations sweet Kara, Kyle and Decker. Bless you all and I love the name,” Gunvalson commented on Vaughn’s birth announcement.

Judge simply wrote, Congratulations 🙌.”

Andy Cohen also celebrated Vaughn’s arrival, writing, “CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! Beautiful 👶♥️.”

Earlier this month, Kara commemorated McCoy’s birthday by raising money for their local children’s hospital, revealing there will be a room dedicated to her late son at Wolfson Children’s Hospital.

“Realizing my son has done more good in his short life than most people will with way more time is perhaps one of the most healing feelings,” she wrote, according to Us Weekly. “I don’t know much, but I know I want to be like McCoy when I grow up. To all who made this possible, thank you.”


Photo Credit: Courtesy via Kara Keough/Instagram; Mary Huszcza/8.08 Photography