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She and her brothers recently auditioned for America's Got Talent and she has made appearances on "2 Broke Girls," "The Stafford Project" and "Venice: The Series" since she made her last appearance on "Days" in 2013.sends our congratulations to the happy couple and wishes them all the best. – May 15, 2017 Nadia Bjorlin has a lot to celebrate this Mother’s Day: Not only did her son, Torin, turn 1 on May 4, but she has another boy on the way and will mark two years of marriage to Grant Turnbull on May 15. “I always knew I wanted to have kids, but I never knew what that looked like.I was also never the girl who really imagined my wedding or how that was going to be.’ I think life is beautiful in that way in that you can’t control it all.” It’s a philosophy she embraces across the board. 2 was not in her immediate plans, but is over the moon to be welcoming another.“I wasn’t expecting to have another child so soon, but I’m so happy it’s happening this way because it’s another boy, which I’m thrilled about,” she says.Bjorlin announced her pregnancy on Instagram on Thanksgiving Day. New beginnings….” she captioned a photo of three pairs of shoes. But Day Of Our Lives star Nadia Bjorlin has revealed that Torin will soon have a baby brother The 36-year-old soap star revealed her wonderful news via social media on Saturday.
Could you have imagined a year before I got married that I would ever have gotten married and had kids at this point?“We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful and fun day,” Bjorlin, 35, tells PEOPLE exclusively.“We were overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and gifts from our friends and family.” The party was hosted by Bjorlin’s best friend Dilson Schild, sister Kamilla Bjorlin and friend Camryn Kruger at Schild’s home in West Hollywood.Although she never attended school there, a few of her siblings did and she remembers them talking about how they "experienced some torment" from classmates due to being half-Iranian.Being born after the Revolution of Iran, Björlin says she "grew up in a time where Iranians were looked down upon in places of the world".