Eric Trump and his wife are expecting their first baby

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Eric and Lara Trump shared exciting news with PEOPLE on Monday -- they're expecting their first child!

Donald Trump's second-oldest son, who is 33 years old, told the magazine it was "pretty cool" news to receive on his birthday, which was Jan. 6.

Lara Trump, also 33, is a former INSIDE EDITION producer who is now involved with multiple animal charities.

She told PEOPLE that now she's in her second trimester and she's feeling great.

"It surprised me, because I'm a very active person, and until the fatigue hit, I didn't believe it would actually happen to me," she said. "It really affected me. But I'm feeling really good now."

The baby, which the couple announced is a boy, will be President Trump's ninth grandchild.

Eric's older brother, Donald Trump Jr., has five kids with his wife Vanessa. His sister Ivanka has three kids with her husband, Jared Kushner.

The couple is currently brainstorming names.

"We really loved the name Charlie, but we'd already named our dog that, so it's out," Eric told PEOPLE.

"We sort of screwed ourselves over there," Lara added.

She said that she's not nervous about becoming a parent at all, and that's she's always wanted kids some day.

"Eric's going to be an amazing dad," Lara told PEOPLE. "The nieces and nephews love hanging with him. He's the cool uncle. He's watched 'Frozen' many times."

The couple, who married at Mar-A-Lago in 2014, said the pregnancy was hard to keep secret.

"Eric's dad was so excited," Lara told PEOPLE. "We were worried he'd blurt it out at a press conference."

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Eric Trump is President-elect Donald Trump's third child with his first wife Ivana Trump. 

Caption: Ivana Trump, Eric Trump, her former husband Donald Trump and her daughter Ivanka Trump in 1998. (Getty)

Eric attended The Hill School, a strict boarding school in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

Caption: Ivana Trump and Eric Trump in 1996. (Getty)

Eric attended Georgetown University in Washington D.C. He is the only one of the adult Trump siblings that did not attend their father's alma mater University of Pennsylvania. 

Caption: Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump and Tiffany Trump (Reuters) 

Eric is a reality tv star just like his father. He has made appearances alongside the president-elect on The Apprentice as a boardroom judge from 2010-2015. 

Caption: Donald Trump (C) and his sons Eric F. Trump (L) and Donald Trump Jr. (R) attend the 'Celebrity Apprentice All Stars' Season 13 Press Conference in 2012. (Getty)

Eric Trump married his wife Laura in 2014. She is a producer for CBS' Inside Edition. 

Instagram caption: "Amazing that our anniversary is also Election Day! Happy anniversary @laraleatrump 🇺🇸🇺🇸"

Eric founded the Eric Trump Foundation when he was 23-years-old. The charity aims at raising money for children at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The organization's website says they have "donated and pledged nearly $30 million dollars to St. Jude."

Instagram caption: "So proud of our @erictrumpfdn Road Scholar truck! It's dedicated to the children of @stjude"

Eric runs the Trump Organization's golf courses. Since joining the organization in 2013, Eric increased the number of international golf courses from three to 17.

Instagram caption: "Beautiful day to play at Trump National Jupiter @larayunaska"

While speaking on the campaign trail in October, Eric Trump mistakenly introduced then-vice presidential candidate Mike Pence as the Governor of Illinois. Pence is the governor of Indiana. The 32-year-old chalked it up to a slip of the tongue. 

Caption: Vice President-elect, Indiana Governor Mike Pence (C) is greeted by Eric Trump (R), son of President-elect Donald Trump. (Getty)

Eric made headlines on Election day after he tweeted a photo of his ballot while voting for his dad. The tweet was quickly deleted, but not before garnering over 3,000 retweets and over 8,000 likes. 

It is illegal in New York to share a photo of your election ballot.

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