Keke Wyatt Bares Her Huge Baby Bump in Recent Photo and Says This Is the Happiest She Has Ever Been
Keke Wyatt is about to give birth to her 10th child, sharing her bare baby bump in a new photo on Instagram, saying "I do believe it's gonna pop!"
Back in October, R&B singer Keke Wyatt shocked the world when she announced that she is pregnant with baby number 10.
EXPECTING HER 10TH CHILD
The 37-year-old is expecting her 10th child, this time with husband Zackariah Darring, and by the looks of her new post on Instagram of her bare baby bump, her due date is coming pretty soon.
Keke Wyatt is hard at work to make sure she provides for all her 10 children among many other things.
A SNEAK PEEK INTO HER LIFE
Taking care of one child is already a challenging feat for many, that one may realize how Keke could possibly handle raising ten children all while balancing her career in music.
She recently announced that to answer the many questions that her fans have, she will be starting a YouTube series about her life entitled "The Keke Show."
A GLIMPSE OF HOW SHE BALANCES EVERYTHING
Of her new venture, she said it'll see her balancing all aspects of her life, ensuring fans that it won't be a dull project.
"You will see me balancing wife, mommy, and artist!!! Trust me.... it's never a dull moment with my family. Love ya sugars."
WORKING HARD TO PROVIDE FOR HER KIDS
Keke Wyatt is hard at work to make sure she provides for all her 10 children among many other things. Although heavily pregnant, she recently joined the World AIDS Day Concert in Texas, where she belted out her best tunes.
Before her performance, she walked the red carpet in a gorgeous black and silver jumpsuit and took a picture beside fellow proud mama, Teyana Taylor.
HER LAST GIG WHILE PREGNANT
Like Keke, Teyana Taylor was a fellow performer, alongside the legendary Diana Ross. The trio wowed the crowd at the free AIDS Day Concert in Dallas, Texas, which was sponsored by the AIDS Outreach Center, the Access & Information Network, and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
The foundations hosted four free community concerts around the US along with other commemoration events around the world to raise awareness during World AIDS Day, which happens every December 1st.