Nick Cannon expecting twin boys with Abby De La Rosa

DJ Abby De La Rosa introduced on Sunday that she and “The Masked Singer” host — who already shares 9-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife Mariah Carey — are expecting twin boys, calling the anticipated arrivals “my miracle babies.”

De la Rosa posted images on Instagram from the couple’s maternity shoot, through which she posed with her bump on present, sporting a pearl-beaded chest piece and a protracted white skirt.

“Our dearest sons — my miracle babies, Thank you for choosing me to be your Mommy. I know the Lord has destined me and prepared me for the gift of not one but two little angels,” she wrote.

Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell announce the arrival of baby Powerful QueenNick Cannon and Brittany Bell announce the arrival of baby Powerful Queen

“I pray that God give you both the strength to walk brave and boldly in your individual truth just like your Daddy,” she added. “That God bless you and your brother and guide you into living out your full purpose.”

She continued: “Your Dad & I will always be here for you both; in complete unison and support. No matter what this world may throw your way, know that forgiveness is key and what is for you — is for YOU! You both are already so loved and we can’t wait to meet you both.”

Although Cannon, 40, has but to share the information of the anticipated arrival of his fifth and sixth youngster on social media, an accompanying video shared by De La Rosa exhibits the couple holding fingers and embracing as he showers her bump with affection.

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NCS has reached out to Cannon’s representatives for remark.

The being pregnant information comes months after Cannon welcomed daughter Powerful Queen with mannequin Brittany Bell final December. Their first youngster, a boy named Golden “Sagon” Cannon, was born in February 2017
In July final 12 months, Cannon was fired by ViacomCBS from his improv present “Wild ‘N Out” after making anti-Semitic feedback on his YouTube podcast, “Cannon’s Class.”
Cannon later apologized for the remarks and remains the host of reality singing competition series “The Masked Singer” on Fox.

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