At the time, the Israeli-American real estate agent and broker was relocating to Miami to nest in preparation for her third child.
But on December 10, 2021, Maya's son Mason was delivered stillborn at 38 weeks.
Adding to their trauma, Vander and her husband David Miller then experienced a miscarriage in 2022.
Watch: A tribute to the babies we've lost. Post continues after video.
Now far from the reality TV cameras and living an idyllic life in Miami, where she heads up The Maya Vander Group, the matter-of-fact star has gone public with some incredible news.
"People think it's crazy but again, it's really easy to judge from the outside."
Fans of Selling Sunset would've seen news of Maya's then-impending arrival announced on season six of the series via a FaceTime call with The Oppenheim Group's star agents – strategy, on Maya's part.
"I didn't know how this pregnancy would go and things obviously happen, I learned, unfortunately. I decided to just keep it quiet mostly, I didn't want to do just anything, and I wanted to just make sure everything is going well and the baby's healthy and the delivery is healthy and everything is fine before going public about it all," she told People.