Mai did not reveal the baby’s gender, but she previously said she would not be learning the sex of her child before birth.
“That makes things more exciting rather than defining the baby with pink skirts or blue corduroy shorts,” she told WWD. “I’m getting everything because I want the baby to have options. It’s very awakening to see how much you put your baby into very specific stereotypes, based on whether or not you know it’s a boy or a girl.”
In September, Mai announced that she and her husband were expecting their first child together. After suffering a miscarriage a month before their March 2021 wedding, the couple ultimately opted for in-vitro fertilization.