Christina Milian Flaunts Her Bump in Crop Top in Photos from Baby Shower with Boyfriend Matt Pokora
Christina Milian is counting down to her due date, and while at it, the singer and actress continues to flaunt her bump in fashionable pieces. For her baby shower, Milian looked stunning in a glittering crop top.
Baby might be on the way, but Milian is not letting go of her sense of style. An intimate baby shower with family and friends this past weekend was the perfect place for the second time mom-to-be to show it off.
According to MadameNoire, Milian, 38, hosted the event in partnership with Peanut App, a platform that connects moms. She then took to Instagram with tons of footage from the shower.
The process has been challenging because "French accents and English accents don't sound the same on names."
For the event, Milian donned a bedazzled sweater-like ensemble featuring a crop top, wide-leg pants, and a matching overall. She accessorized with her winning smile and minimal jewelry while letting her hair fall freely in soft waves.
The "Dip It Low" singer first shared a couple of goofy photo booth images with her nine-year-old daughter Violet. She shares the adorable soon-to-be big sister with producer/rapper Terius Youngdell Nash a.k.a The Dream.
Milian also shared several photos featuring friends and family members, including her baby daddy, Matt Pokora. “Our little Prince is gonna be very welcome to some loving fam and friends,” the actress gushed about their unborn child.
Milian and her French pop star beau, who reportedly started dating in 2017, announced that they were expecting a baby last July. The New Jersey-born star has since opened up about her initial reaction to finding out that the baby is a boy.
"I was really scared about it," she confessed to Hollywood Life last September. The feeling did not last long, however, because Milian said she decided to focus on the "perks" of having a boy and girl child.
The "Love Don’t Cost A Thing" star added:
"Girls are so calm. I'm nervous, but you know what, I'm going for it. I've got a ton of energy. I think I'll be able to handle it and when it's your own child, you will step up to the plate and do anything to chase them down."
Milian is also not bothering herself with picking out the perfect name for their baby boy. She told US Weekly a few months ago that the process has been challenging because "French accents and English accents don't sound the same on names."
"I'm getting to the point where I'm just going to let him do it," Milian admitted. "'You just come up with the name.' I'll just disagree until I find; until I agree."