The couple are paying tribute to Renee’s late Nanny (Pictures: WWE and AEW)
Renee Paquette and Jon Moxley are calling their baby daughter Nora.
The pregnant ex-WWE star – who is expecting her first child with the AEW wrestler – has revealed how she and her husband are taking inspiration from her late grandmother for the name.
Speaking to her own mum on this week’s episode of the Oral Sessions podcast, Renee said ‘We’re naming our baby Nora, which is a tribute to your mom, who was Eleanor.
‘Nobody called her Nora but it just seemed to me a nice little homage to nanny without it being full Eleanor, but to have a little bit of Nanny.’
Although Jon never met Renee’s grandmother, he was immediately ‘so on board’ with the fitting tribute.
She added: ‘It does make me sad that Jon never got to meet Nanny, but I do love that he was so on board with us naming our daughter after her. And it was such a no-brainer of like, yep, 100% – that’s her name.’
Meanwhile, Renee – who is massive foodie and recently released her first cookbook Messy in the Kitchen – previously dished the dirt on her cravings and getting used to a new diet during her pregnancy.
Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk back in March, she said: ‘What sucks for me is because I am such a food person, I’ve not been cooking at all during this pregnancy – because I could live off of peanut and butter sandwiches and be OK.
‘That’s all I want! I don’t want anything fancy. I never have a sweet tooth!
‘But all I want is cereals, donuts – there’s actually a box of donuts in my kitchen now and they’re amazing. So I have to just take little bits of them, break off little pieces of them…’
And just last month, Renee showed off her pregnancy figure in a series of snaps as she posed topless and in a bra.
She said at the time: ‘I’ve never been one to post many stripped down photos, so leave it to me to wait til I’ve put on 30lbs with a baby (and snacks) to want to let it all quite literally hang out.
‘It‘s really easy to become fascinated and filled with respect for what your body can do when you can see and feel it creating life.
‘I love the growth in my body, the changes, the hormones, the bigger boobs haha! It’s not all sunny, but it’s all so so worth it. I’ve never felt more feminine (sic)’
Credit: Original article published here.