The present life of Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg is most well known as the creator and present chairman and CEO of Facebook.

Search for pictures of Mark Zuckerberg and a shot from his private album leaps out of a sea of gray. The 5 year proto-billionaire sits, smiling at the camera, wearing a brightly decorative short-sleeve shirt, trousers detained up with braces and a broad pink tie. As the Facebook creator ages, however, the color fades to a now conversant gray.

Zuckerberg has talked about his dress of jeans and T-shirt before, praising the creators of The Social Network, the Oscar-winning movie about him, for their attention to at least this detail. But after illuminating that he had been hurt by other "made-up stuff" in the film, the 30-year-old has clarified for the first time the thinking behindhand his lazy clothing.

In a Facebook post, Zuckerberg inscribed that he and his wife Priscilla Chan are expecting a baby girl.

"This will be a novel chapter in our lives," he wrote. "We've previously been so lucky for the chance to touch people's lives around the world Cilla as a medic and educator, and me over this community and charity. Now we'll focus on making the world a well place for our child & the next generation."

In addition to sharing the joyful news, Zuckerberg also wrote his note to break the peace around miscarriages, a disaster that many couples deal with in silence related to the pregnancy and birth statements so common to Facebook.

We need to share one experience to start. We've been annoying to have a child for some of years and have had three failures along the way.

You feel so confident when you learn you're going to have a kid. You start visualization that they'll become and visualizing of hopes for their upcoming. You start making plans, and then they're gone. It's a solitary experience. Maximum people don't discuss miscarriages as you worry your problems will distance you or return upon you as if you're faulty or did something to cause this. So you fight on your own.

In today's open and connected world, discussing these issues doesn't distance us; it brings us together. It creates understanding and tolerance, and it gives us hope. 

Zuckerberg was enthused to share his and Priscilla's story after talking to friends and understanding how frequent failures occurred and, more positively, how often well pregnancies followed them.

"We hope that sharing our experience will give more persons the same hope we felt and will support more people feel comfy sharing their stories as well," he wrote. "Our good news is that our pregnancy is currently far enough along that the possibility of loss is very low & we are very hopeful."

He also kidded that his unborn daughter might have a Facebook in her DNA. "In our ultrasound, she even gave me a "like" with her hand, so I'm now convinced she takes later me. Mark and Priscilla have been married since 2012.