Arie Luyendyk Jr. & Lauren Burnham Go on Babymoon In Bermuda Before Welcoming Daughter
Arie Luyendyk Jr. & Lauren Burnham are enjoying a relaxing babymoon together in Bermuda
When arranging for their last-minute trip, Luyendyk Jr. and Burnham wanted to find the perfect location that would give them ample time to enjoy the beach (and not have to worry about Zika), while also letting them be close enough to her family’s home on the East Coast in case of any emergencies. (The couple live together in Arizona.)
Enjoying their babymoon in style, the couple’s two-level villa has three bedrooms that each have en-suite bathrooms, as well as a private terrace, chef’s kitchen, and a spacious dining room with views of the water.
Should the soon-to-be parents of one want to take a private dip, their villa has its own private pool deck, which comes complete with a grill area.
Additionally, to amp up the relaxation, The Loren offers a signature Mother-to-Be treatment at its spa.
During the couple’s stay, Luyendyk Jr. and Burnham are enjoying meals at the on-site restaurant, The Pink Beach Club and indulging in private yoga sessions, as well as checking out the local sights on a tour of Crystal Caves and a TrueBlue Bermuda boat ride.
“Namaste in @bermuda 🧘♀️🧘♂️,” Burnham captioned one photograph of the pair enjoying a yoga practice together in the open air.
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Although the couple haven’t been shy about sharing how excited they are to be welcoming their daughter, who is due in June, they’re keeping her name a secret.
“We don’t really know anybody who’s named that,” she added.
However, both stars have been a little more forthcoming about which names they won’t be choosing.
“There’s this [naming] app that you can swipe left or right, a lot like Tinder,” Luyendyk Jr. shared.
The mother-to-be added jokingly, “I’m at almost 600 nos … No Arie Jr. Jr.” — and though the couple already knew the sex of their baby, the father-to-be emphasized, “If it’s a boy, no Jr. Jr. And [if it’s a girl], no Ariel.”