She has been in two celebrity relationships averaging approximately 7.8 years each. The news was broken on Twitter by her Devious co-star Edy Ganem, who plays Valentina. today is a VERY SPECIAL day bc @Dania JRamirez had her babies really early today!!! ' The message was re-tweeted by Dania herself, although no official announcement has yet been made.
He said: “I feel like in dating actors the nice thing about it is they understand the schedules involved or having to leave for three months to shoot something and all of that.
“But when I was dating Gavin and dating Zach, it was more about the people they were instead of the actors they were, which is the same about the people who aren’t actors that I’ve dated.
Ramirez has also appeared in Wisin & Yandel's music video "Dime Que Te Paso", in which she played the main character, the wife and mother of a military man at war in Iraq who finds out her husband died at war.
She was also featured in hip-hop group Sporty Thievz video "Cheapskate" back in 1998.
However, she did admit she is nervous about starting a family, adding: 'You're bringing life and things can go wrong sometimes. It's just tiring because we're getting ready to leave for the second season [of Devious Maids] and I want to head to Georgia [where we film] early enough to have time to get settled in before having the babies and going back to work.
It was already nerve-wracking to announce that I was pregnant - I waited until I was three months.'Then it took me a while to find out what they were - I was really debating whether I wanted to find out now or wait until I gave birth. So I just have a lot to do.'Dania said: 'I feel like they're always having a party in there.
I think because I'm a small person, there's not a lot of room for them. It's not painful.'It's just more uncomfortable because sometimes the boy moves more than the girl.
It makes it hard to breathe and my back has been hurting me a lot.
“It’s about them as people and not about any careers or jobs they have.” Of the impact on his own career, he said: “When I came out, I understood that maybe I wouldn’t be the male romantic lead in a Nicholas Sparks movie. “When I came out, I made peace with the fact that maybe I wouldn’t be a huge movie star or a huge TV star.
But I’d rather be a working actor and not hiding anything in my personal life.
“Weirdly, after I came out, I began to get a lot more film and television work.