It's a kids party of two for Keyshia Cole!
Earlier the singer confirmed that her and her partner, Niko Hale, are officially expecting! The R&B songstress took to her Instagram to debut her baby belly along with a message to fans, reflecting on her most recent vacation and upcoming show:
"Went to Catalina island Last weekend,” she wrote in the caption of her baby bump reveal. “Had such a good time!!!! Surrounded by Loooooooooove. Just enjoying good times and GREAT VIBES. I have a few shows coming up next weekend, DETROIT, MIAMI, #MOTHERSDay is coming. I’m ready for ALL THE Love and GREAT ENERGY."
The 23-year-old Hale also hopped on Instagram to confirm the news while also showing love to Keyshia, whom he referred to as his "partner in life."
"Such a strong, beautiful, independent woman. Every day you inspire me. Blessed to have you as a partner in life as well as the mother of my child. God is great."
While neither Cole or Hale have commented on how far along she is, a comment from her first son, Daniel Gibson Jr., even tipped fans off to an early gender reveal, and it's a boy!
In July 2018, fans speculated that the 37-year-old Woman to Woman songbird was expecting. In a post promoting Fashion Nova, Cole captioned the flick, "Preggo in my Fashion Nova fit," however, there was no visible bump in the photo, and she later confirmed no actual bun in the oven as well.
This time, however, it's the real thing! The expectant bundle of joy will be Cole's second child, as the singer currently shares a son with ex-husband and retired NBA player Daniel Gibson. On Gibson Jr.'s Instagram page, it appears the 9-year-old is also preparing for surgery today, and has mommy Keyshia right by his side.
"Mommy is here with me and I’m READY FOR THIS SURGERY," he wrote. "Thank u guys for all of your well wishes and blessings, I really look forward to breathing and sleeping better, and just overall playing and interacting like a regular kid!!!"
Prayers to Keyshia's first baby boy, and congratulations on baby number two!
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