"Heal Squad" host Maria Menounos and her husband, Keven Undergaro are going to be parents.

"Just after a decade of trying everything, we are so grateful to the beautiful family helping us conceive our baby. Keven, my dad and I are all beyond excited for this soul to come into our lives. What a blessing," Menounos told People exclusively on Tuesday.

Menounos and her husband had worked with Family Match Consulting in conceiving a child, she revealed, and also shared an emotional clip showing her watching an ultrasound video of her baby with her father, Constantinos by her side.

The excited soon-to-be-mom also tweeted a clip of her appearance at "Live With Kelly and Ryan" on Tuesday where she told hosts Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest about her pregnancy.

"We are overjoyed to share that we are finally gonna be parents! Thank you to our incredibly generous surrogate and her family for the blessing! And lastly, I know my mom had a cup of greek coffee with god and said it's time. So grateful for the blessing in our lives," Menounos captioned her tweet.

The happy news came almost four years after Menounos and Undergaro began their journey to parenthood.

"Today, Kevin finally sent in our paperwork to the surrogate agency because it's been sitting on my desk for, like, two weeks," Menounos told E! in November 2019.

But in 2021, Menounos was told that their first surrogate was no longer a match medically.

"I was grateful that I had her to share and help me. That was a really hard breakup because we had been together on the journey for almost two years. She was just so lovely and so amazing and very patient with us," Menounos said about the surrogate.

The 44-year-old TV personality last shared an update about their fertility journey in February.

"I definitely didn't think it was going to take this long. It's been years. We've used different services, different people," Menounos told People. "It's just been a very frustrating process."

Menounos and Undergaro first ventured into IVF treatments in 2012. They began considering surrogacy in 2018 after receiving advice from their friend Kim Kardashian, who welcomed daughter Chicago in January 2018 and son Psalm in May 2019 with the help of surrogates.

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Maria Menounos has opened up about her journey after getting diagnosed with a brain tumor. Pictured: The television personality attending Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation’s Angel Ball 2017 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City on Oct. 23, 2017. Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Gabrielle's Angel Foundation For Cancer Research