Bode and Morgan Miller debut baby bump, expecting twins over a year after daughter's death

Bode and Morgan Miller shared a special announcement on Monday — they're expecting twins.

The couple debuted Morgan's baby bump on the "Today" show and revealed that they're having boys, which is something Bode has wanted for a while.

"From the beginning of our relationship, (he) always said, ‘I want identical twin boys, born on my birthday,' ” Morgan said. “And this time, when we found out I was pregnant, I said, ‘Do you think it’s twins this time?’ And he said ‘No.' "

Sure enough, Morgan shared on Instagram that the twins are expected to be born on Nov. 11, about a month after Bode's birthday.

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The couple's pregnancy announcement comes just over a year after their daughter, Emeline, died in a tragic drowning accident.

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Since then the Olympic skier and professional volleyball player have welcomed a baby boy, Easton, who is 10 months old. The couple have been strong advocates of water safety since their daughter's death and have been sharing videos of their youngest boy learning how to float.

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