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Dr. Oz to be a grandpa: Daughter Daphne Oz of 'The Chew' is pregnant

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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Here's one kid who'll be guaranteed to have healthy baby food.

Daphne Oz, a host of ABC's daytime program "The Chew" and daughter of talk show host Dr. Mehmet Oz, announced her pregnancy Thursday during a taping of the show's season premiere, which will air Monday. It will be the first grandchild for Dr. Oz and his wife, Lisa.

Daphne Oz, who is 27, has been married for three years to John Jovanovic.

On the show, Oz talks about a summer trip she and her husband took to Europe and said she wanted to show a picture. She pulled out a strip of three sonogram images, surprising co-hosts Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall.

Dr. Oz, who's a heart surgeon, frequently promotes healthy habits on his show.

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