Eva Marcille announced she is expecting her third child in a creative way that involved two glasses of pink smoothie and her almost bare tummy.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star wore pink for a cover shoot with People Magazine, but she has yet to reveal the sex of her coming child.
The new bundle will be her second child with husband Michael Sterling, an attorney. The couple welcomed their first son, Michael Todd Jr., in April 2018. In October, they tied the knot at their wedding.
For the shoot, Marcille posed on a bed wearing a light pink crop top and a white overshirt while wearing blonde braids. She sipped on a glass of pink smoothie. Her round tummy also sipped on a separate glass as a straw entered her belly button.
The model's tummy had an open-eyed face drawn on it complete with lashes and a nose, so Marcille's navel worked as the mouth, implying she was feeding her little tot in there.
The 34-year-old is already 17 weeks pregnant and told the magazine she "couldn't be more excited to announce baby No. 3 is on board!" Marcille also has a five-year-old daughter, Marley Rae, from a former relationship.
“Looks like little Michael Jr. is going from the baby to the middle child, and Marley will be the boss of them all!”
Sterling also spoke to the magazine about his joy of being a father for a second time, saying:
“It’s amazing that God shared his most amazing superpower with us: the power to create and give life. I count it a great blessing to grow our family with the love of my life, Eva Marcille Sterling, and we look forward to welcoming another generation of hope into this world.”
A fan recreated the People spread as a show of support to the star. In the repost, Marcille thanked her fans, as well as the co-stars of the reality show for all their love and support.
The sweet surprise is a drastically positive change for the "America's Next Top Model" alum who has been facing challenges concerning her ex-boyfriend Kevin McCall.
Back in mid-April, McCall was arrested for domestic violence for a January incident involving injury of a spouse or cohabitant. The felony charges could incur four years in prison or a $6,000 fine, or both.
The month prior, Marcille publicly alleged that McCall was stalking her and her husband, causing her to move fives times. "Every time I move, he finds me," she claimed on the show. McCall, whom Marcille also alleged was abusive to her, immediately denied the accusations.
In the meantime, we hope the new baby grows safe and sound and is welcomed in full health. Congratulations to the happy couple as they prepare to become a family of five.
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