Tiger Woods ex-mistress Rachel Uchitel pregnant? Indeed she is! The infamous woman who helped tear apart the marriage of Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren is five months pregnant with her first child. Spouses of famous men out there can breath easy though, Uchitel is actually married to this baby daddy!

Rachel Uchitel, famous for her high profile affairs with such stars as Tiger Woods and David Boreanaz, announced her pregnancy with a photo posted on Twitter. The Rachel Uchitel pregnant photo showed the 36-year-old nightclub manager in a tight, red & white striped dress with a large baby bump being caressed by husband Matt Hahn.

Among the baby gifts Rachel Uchitel has registered for? A $500 high chair, $300 cashmere bedding and a $300 breast pump.

“Expecting big things for 2012,” Uchitel tweeted. “Five down, Four months to go.” An unidentified source allegedly told Life & Style that Uchitel found out she was pregnant when she and her husband auditioned for The Amazing Race. ‘They were going to try out to be a couple on the show, and when she had a drug test, it came back positive that she’s pregnant,” the source reportedly said.

Rachel Uchitel married ex Penn State fullback Matt Hahn in October. Before her infamous affairs, Uchitel was married for just four months to Wall Street trader Steven Ehrenkranz in 2004. Prior that marriage, Uchitel was engaged to marry investment banker James Andrew O’Grady, who was killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.

“We are really happy and feel extremely fortunate to have one another,” Uchitel told Us Weekly about her marriage to Matt Hahn.

Uchitel is perhaps best known for being the woman who first exposed Tiger Woods’ multiple affairs with various women, which eventually led to his divorce from wife Elin Nordegren. She also allegedly had an affair with married Angel and Bones star David Boreanaz. Uchitel appeared on VH1’s Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew to work on her “love addiction.”



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