Tonya Harding‘s life off the ice contains much less drama than on — and soon, the pitter patter of little feet.
The former figure skater, 40, is expecting her first child with husband Joseph Price, her attorney confirms to PEOPLE.
“Tonya is pregnant and very happily married,” Linda Lewis tells PEOPLE. “She wants her privacy, but she is very happy.”
The baby — reportedly a boy — is said to be due “any time,” notes the Portland Tribune.
Harding, who rose to prominence in 1991 after winning the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, became notorious in 1994 after her ex-husband and bodyguard hired another man to injure her competitor Nancy Kerrigan‘s leg, an attack which caused her to withdraw from the national championship that year.
She later pleaded guilty to hindering the prosecution after denying foreknowledge of the plot but admitting that she had not come forward once she found out. Harding, who was banned from amateur skating and completed probation, now lives in southwest Washington.
— Sarah Michaud with reporting by Lorenzo Benet