Nick Cannon Announces He’s Expecting Another Baby with Brittany Bell
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The Masked Singer host Nick Cannon is going to be a father yet again, as he and model Brittany Bell announced that they’re expecting their third baby together. This will be Cannon’s ninth confirmed child, and possibly his tenth if he’s the father of Abby De La Rosa’s upcoming baby.
Nick Cannon Announces He’s Expecting Another Child
Cannon and Bell already have two children together — son Golden and daughter Powerful Queen. On Wednesday, Cannon posted a video on Instagram in which he and Bell pose for a maternity photoshoot to announce that they’re expecting a third baby.
In the clip, the pair pose in various outfits as Bell shows off her belly. It appears that she’s pretty far along, although the the post doesn’t include a due date. The pair’s kids also appear with them in several shots. Cannon and Bell laugh together and kiss as they pose for the photos.
“Time Stopped and This Happened…” Cannon posted in the video’s caption. He tagged Bell and added the hashtags #Sunshine and #SonRISE. Could this be suggesting that they’ll be having a son named Sunshine?
Just last month, Cannon welcomed a baby boy named Legendary with model Bre Tiesi, who documented her home birth on social media. This is the pair’s first child together.
Cannon Might Also Be Expecting with Abby De La Rosa
Cannon’s just-announced baby with Bell might be his ninth or tenth child, depending on if he’s the father of DJ Abby De La Rosa’s unborn baby. The pair already shares twins Zion and Zillion, who were born last year.
De La Rosa has shared that her due date is October 25. She hasn’t confirmed who the baby’s father is, although TMZ reported via multiple sources in June that the father is Cannon. The former AGT host hinted that he had more kids on the way earlier this year, saying, “If you thought it was a lot of kids last year…”
Cannon also has twins Monroe and Moroccan with his ex-wife Mariah Carey, and he welcomed a son named Zen with Alyssa Scott last year. Sadly, Zen passed away of a brain tumor in December.