Good Day, Baby!

Good Day L.A. co-host Maria Sansone is expecting her first child at the end of December.

Fans can follow Good Day L.A. co-anchor Maria Sansone, here with co-anchor Steve Edwards, as she approaches her late-December due date. Pregnant with her first, she plans to stay on-air up until delivery. PHOTO COURTESY GOOD DAY L.A.

Published: 11/11/2013

by Christina Elston

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