We're dying to know if Daphne Oz's baby No. 2 is a boy or girl!

But Oz revealed in an interview with E! News that daughter Philo, 1, is still "blissfully unaware" of the fact that she's going to be an older sister.

The 29-year-old co-host of ABC's daytime talk show, The Chew, spilled the beans on her second pregnancy and gushed about her family to E! News at the HealthCorps 9th Annual Gala Wednesday.

"One of my favorite things about becoming a parent, together [with husband John Jovanovic], is seeing both of our parents have fun being grandparents," Oz said. The host disclosed that when her and Jovanovic bring their daughter over to her father, Dr. Oz, and mother's house, "they are 100 percent hands-on."

And from the sounds of Momma Oz, it seems like Philo and her grandparents are having a blast climbing stairs, playing games and reading bedtime stories.

Daphne Oz, Instagram


Oz, who is the eldest of three siblings, reminisced on her adjustment period when her little sister came home for the first time and hopes the adjustment time won't be too long for little Philo. "It takes a little while," she said. "Philo will be just a little under two, so hopefully she'll adopt and adapt very quickly."

As for her gender of her second child...

"We don't yet. We haven't found out yet, but we will. I can't wait," Oz said.

In an Instagram post last week, Oz gave followers a clue as to when she'll be expecting her second bundle of joy. "So excited for our little family of 3 to become 4 this fall!! thank you all for your sweet notes, we feel incredibly lucky and grateful!!" the host revealed.

We, too are excited for the happy family and are anticipating the baby's arrival!

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