Nastassia Bianca Schroeder Clark is an American novelist, model, fashion blogger, podcast host, and television personality. Her most well-known appearance was on Vanderpump Rules, a reality television series on Bravo. The parents of Nastassia Bianca Schroeder are Dayna, a jewelry designer, and Mark, an architect, who was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.
She has a younger sister named Georgianna as well as two younger brothers named Hunter and Nikolai. Schroeder enrolled in drama studies at Mount Carmel Academy, her neighborhood high school when she was eleven years old.
She came to Hollywood when she was eighteen and enrolled at Loyola Marymount University, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English composition. Alumni of Vanderpump Rules Baby son Beau Clark and wife Stassi Schroeder were welcomed into the world. Hartford, the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, is also their parent.
Stassi Schroeder Welcomes Baby No. 2
With her spouse Beau Clark, Stassi Schroeder has welcomed her second child into the world. “MESSER RHYS CLARK, born at 12:04 am on September 7th, 7 lbs 14 oz, 19.5 inches,” Stassi posted on Instagram on September 9 of the same year, along with pictures of the hospitalized couple and herself.
She claimed to have gone into labor immediately after picking Hartford up from her first day of preschool on her Instagram Stories. The Vanderpump Rules alum announced the arrival of baby No. 2 on Instagram back in March. Additionally, Stassi disclosed the significance of her son’s name.
“The term ‘ messer’ is an archaic (as in from the Renaissance) Italian form of address that would be comparable to ignore,” sir,’ or ‘ mister,'” the author said. On March 1, the 35-year-old tweeted, “Secrets stress me out,” with a picture of herself holding her growing baby tummy and cuddling Hartford close to her. “Baby #2, you already have my undying love.”
Announcement on Instagram
On Saturday afternoon, Schroeder shared the news on Instagram along with some pictures of herself posing with her new baby at the hospital. On September 7, at 12:04 a.m. Pacific time, her son was born weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, and measuring 19.5 inches in length.
With Beau Clark, Schroeder already has a two-year-old daughter named Hartford Charlie Rose. “We love him so much already,” she added. “Pray that Hartford doesn’t frighten him.” A week before Schroeder’s pregnancy announcement, the couple announced in March that they were expecting a boy.
On their family podcast, The Good The Bad The Baby, they posted a video of themselves learning the news. In the show, Schroeder admitted, “I knew the whole time that we were having a boy.” “I reiterated it.” I sensed it. It had an aura… I have no idea how to f—— explain this.
The proposal was shown during the couple’s final season of Vanderpump Rules after the reality stars announced their engagement in July 2019. Due to the pandemic, they were originally scheduled to get married in October 2020 in Italy, but instead, they got married that month in a modest ceremony.
Taylor Swift performed six sold-out gigs at Inglewood, California’s SoFi Stadium in August, and Clark and Schroeder were seen on camera enjoying a magical evening during the singer’s Eras tour. The couple was photographed entering the stadium’s Bootsy Bellows Field Club hand in hand.
Schroeder looked stunning in a white form-fitting dress, matching kitten heels with a bow on top, and a tan blazer. She also flaunted her baby belly. Clark chose a shirt that made a witty allusion to Swift’s popular song “Anti-Hero.” The writing was rainbow-colored and said, “Hello, this is me, the husband.” It was all capital letters.
After the performance, Clark sent a note about the concert on his Instagram Story. “Ok,” he commented atop a GIF showing Swift using her hands to make a heart. Now I get it. Truly one of the most incredible events of my life. I AM A SWIFT NOW 👶.