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Jon Rahm and Wife Kelley Cahill Announce They’re Expecting Baby No. 3: ‘Officially Moving to Zone Defense'

The couple welcomed sons Kepa and Eneko in April 2021 and August 2022, respectively

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John Rahm Instagram

Jon Rahm and his wife Kelley Cahill are expanding their family.

The Spanish professional golfer, 29, revealed in an Instagram post on Friday that he and his wife are expecting their third child, after previously welcoming their two boys Kepa, 2, and Eneko, 1.

In the sweet post, Rahm shared a photo of his family outdoors. As the golfer held his son Kepa in his arms, the father-and-son duo proudly showed a picture of an ultrasound to the camera.

Cahill, meanwhile, stood next to her husband holding their younger son. The soon-to-be mom of three had her hand placed on Rahm's as she looked over at him lovingly.

Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Jon Rahm with wife Kelley (R), sons Kepa Cahill Rahm (2nd L) and Eneko Cahill Rahm (2nd R) after winning during the final round of The American Express at PGA West Pete Dye Stadium Course on January 22, 2023 in La Quinta, California.
Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Jon Rahm with wife Kelley (R), sons Kepa Cahill Rahm (2nd L) and Eneko Cahill Rahm (2nd R) after winning during the final round of The American Express at PGA West Pete Dye Stadium Course on January 22, 2023 in La Quinta, California.

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“Officially moving to zone defense, baby Rahm #3 coming soon!,” Rahm captioned the post.

The baby announcement is the latest positive news for Rahm, who has seen plenty of big moments — both in his personal life and career — over the last few years. One of these milestones included welcoming his first child with Cahill, their son Kepa who was born on Apr. 3, 2021.

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"Kepa Cahill Rahm, was born 4/3/21 at 12:15am," the athlete shared in a post in both English and Spanish. "Momma Kelley is doing great and recovering. Kepa is also in great health. He is 7.2 lb and 20.5inch, big boy from the Basque Country."

He added at the time that it was, "without a doubt the greatest day of my life!”

Only two months after Kepa was born Rahm obtained his very first U.S. Open victory in June 2021, which he celebrated with his wife and new son at the time.

Warren Little/Getty Jon Rahm and wife Kelley Cahill at the Team Europe Gala Dinner prior to the 43rd Ryder Cup at The American Club on September 22, 2021 in Kohler, Wisconsin
Warren Little/Getty Jon Rahm and wife Kelley Cahill at the Team Europe Gala Dinner prior to the 43rd Ryder Cup at The American Club on September 22, 2021 in Kohler, Wisconsin

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On Aug. 5, 2022, the couple welcomed another son, Eneko, with Rahm sharing a pair of photos on Instagram, one that showed his wife holding the newborn and another of him posing with his two sons in a chair at the hospital.

“Feeling grateful for another healthy boy! Kelley, Eneko and big brother Kepa are all doing great. We have had an amazing last few days soaking in these amazing moments as a family of four,” he wrote in English and Spanish alongside the pics. “Now time for the playoffs!”

Nearly a year after welcoming Eneko, Rahm became the first European player to win both the Masters and the U.S. Open after he secured a Masters victory in Augusta, Georgia in April 2023.

"I can't believe I'm the first," he said during a press conference. "It is a pretty good duo of majors. I was starting to think I was never going to win a major again unless it was at Torrey Pines. If there's anything better than making history … it's hard to explain. Out of all the accomplishments of the many great players before me, it's hard to believe I'm the first one. It's a very humbling feeling. I can't help but feel thankful."

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