Flower child: Marc-Andre Fleury, wife announce baby No. 3 |

Flower child: Marc-Andre Fleury, wife announce baby No. 3

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Marc-Andre Fleury and his wife, Veronique, are expecting again — baby No. 3 is due in March.

Proud parents of two children, former Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury and his wife, Veronique, are expecting again — in March.

They posted the news — via letter board — on Instagram.

We’ve got some exciting news…

A post shared by Veronique Larosee Fleury (@vlarosee) on Sep 13, 2018 at 2:44pm PDT

“We’ve got some exciting news…” the couple wrote.

In just the first 14 hours, the post has generated more than 10,000 likes and tons of comments.

“So happy for your family. The world can always use more flowers,” wrote gramme3.

“So exciting! Congratulations! Praying you have an easy pregnancy, much (love) from PITTSBURGH!,” said eastwitch229.

The Fleurys have two daughters: Estelle, 5, and Scarlett, 3.

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