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Teyonah Parris, Keyshia Ka’oir & More Share That They Are Expecting

Social media has redefined pregnancy announcements in a significant way. From over-the-top baby bump photos to emotional videos when couples find out they are expecting, pregnancy announcements have become an online phenomenon shared between people and their following.


And when it comes to celebrities, fans gobble up their pregnancy announcements and look forward to the social media posts that follow. The last few months saw many women in entertainment reveal that they were expecting. Here is a list of pregnancy announcements so far in 2022.

Teyonah Parris

Teyonah Parris revealed that she is pregnant with her first child. The Marvels actress made the announcement on Instagram in a photo with her husband James. “We're pregnant!! Whooooo chiiile!! I'm so excited to share that we have a baby on the way,” she wrote.

“There have been so many feelings since we've learned that our dream of becoming parents is finally a reality. My husband, James, and I have felt a mix of shock, lots of nerves, but most of all so much excitement! Seeing the word PREGNANT was such an amazing feeling! We are so blessed and so grateful.”

Keyshia Ka’oir

Ka’oir fitness owner Keyshia Ka’oir shared that she and husband Gucci Mane were expecting their second child together. The influencer shared a video of the “Lemonade” rapper’s reaction to finding out that they were having another baby, and it was priceless.

“Let’s Have Another Baby ICE Needs Somebody To Play With” 🤍 🤰 🤍, Keyshia wrote quoting Gucci’s song “Mrs. Davis.”

The couple already shares a one-year-old son and they both have kids from previous relationships.

Chrissy Teigen

After losing their baby a few years ago, Chrissy Teigen revealed that she and John Legend are pregnant again. The model shared the exciting news on social media.

“The last few years have been a blur of emotions to say the least, but joy has filled our home and hearts again. 1 billion shots later (in the leg lately, as u can see!) we have another on the way,” she wrote. “Every appointment I’ve said to myself, “ok if it’s healthy today I’ll announce” but then I breathe a sigh of relief to hear a heartbeat and decide I’m just too nervous still. I don’t think I’ll ever walk out of an appointment with more excitement than nerves but so far, everything is perfect and beautiful and I’m feeling hopeful and amazing. Ok phew it’s been very hard keeping this in for so long!”

Jhené Aiko

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In July, Jhené Aiko finally confirmed the rumors that she was expecting her first child with rapper Big Sean. Following the news, she began sharing images from a celestial-themed maternity photo shoot with the Detriot rapper as well as a song dedicated to their unborn child. Big Sean commented under the photo of them together, “Thankful For My family ♾🖤”

The “On the Way” singer already has a 13-year-old daughter whom she shares with O’Ryan.

Summer Walker

Summer Walker revealed in a June 25 Instagram Live video that she was pregnant with her second child. In the Live, she said, “People asking me if I'm pregnant: I am and you know I'm very, very, very, very, happy about it. I'm very, very excited because it's going to be different from how it was before. It's really peaceful, really happy, lots of help, lots of love.”

The “Body” artist is expecting her child with her boyfriend Larry. She also has a one-year-old daughter with producer London On Da Track.

Keke Wyatt

Powerhouse singer Keke Wyatt revealed in February that she and husband Zackariah were adding to their big, blended family. In June, she shared that she gave birth to their “miracle baby” after he was diagnosed with trisomy 13, a condition where a person is born with an extra chromosome and the likelihood of survival is very low.

“Most of you are familiar with the challenges I faced during this pregnancy. My husband & I made the decision not to accept the Medical Specialist’s suggestion to terminate our baby early despite the positive trisomy 13 test results,” Keke wrote. “We appreciate and thank God for all of the Dr’s in the medical field. However, I can’t stress enough to all mothers & couples, when the Dr gives you life changing information about your unborn child …. pray about it, use faith & follow your spirit before making ANY final decision. We believed the report of the Lord and after holding our beautiful healthy baby boy Ke’Zyah & looking into his eyes, I’m glad we did. 😍

Leona Lewis

In March, Leona Lewis shared that she was having a baby in the summer. And in August, the “Bleeding Love” singer revealed that she gave birth to a baby girl in July.

“And then there were three 💗Our little Carmel Allegra arrived 22.7.22,” the British artist wrote.

Rihanna

Who can forget the pregnancy announcement heard around the world? The Fenty mogul and A$AP Rocky confirmed the rumors that they were expecting with showstopping photos in January that debuted Rihanna’s baby bump.

The “Kiss It Better” singer reportedly delivered her baby in May but has since kept any traces of the baby under wraps.

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