Wednesday, February 21, 2001

Henrys told it's a girl

The Associated Press

        ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. — Former Miss America Heather French Henry said she and Lt. Gov. Steve Henry are having a girl.

        “We went to the doctor Monday and found out, although it's not 100 percent sure ... we're having a daughter,” she told radio station WRZI Tuesday.

        The couple has not picked a name for the baby, which is expected in mid-July.

        “We're looking at some old family names, so we're still deciding,” Mrs. Henry said. “I think that will take a while.”


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