"Love's Taken Over" singer Chante Moore shared an adorable video that featured many of her throwback pregnancy photos. The mother of two looked good.
In a recent Instagram video, R&B singer Chante Moore gave fans a glimpse of some of her pregnancy moments while also showing her two kids, Sophia Hardison and Kenny Latimore Jnr.
The one minute six seconds long video opened with an adorable throwback photo of Sophia and Kenny. It then went on to feature Chante rocking her baby bumps while she was pregnant with Sophia and Kenny.
Chante Moore poses for a photo after performing on SiriusXM's Heart & Soul channel on September 8, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
The emotional video also featured one of Moore's hit records, "Breathe," which played alongside the beautiful slideshow. In the caption, Chante explained that her kids would be joining her on her regular Instagram and Facebook live videos. She wrote:
"Meet my 2 Hearts. FOR THE 1st TIME EVER~ ?My children will join me LIVE 2morrow at 3 pm/6est on IG&FB. My hands are shaking right now just typing this. They are my hearts."
The "Real One" songstress further explained that although she was not used to making appearances with her children, they did the video as one of their newly discovered ways of bonding.
Shortly after sharing the clip, followers of the singer flooded her comment section, where they left lovely messages about the post.
Born to religious parents, Moore grew up singing in church and was primarily influenced by the music of George Duke and Lee Ritenour.
Shante shares Sophia with her first husband, Kadeem Hardison, while the singer welcomed Kenny in her second marriage to Kenny Lattimore, which lasted for nine years.
The couple have, however, since moved on from their failed marriage. Back in 2017, Moore admitted to having a new man in her life after being single for six years. At the time, the award-winning singer explained that her new beau made her happy.
Last fall, Kenny Lattimore also announced his engagement to TV personality Faith Jenkins, aka Judge Faith. According to him, he learned to be more honest with his fiance from the mistakes he made in his marriage to Shante.
Born to religious parents, Moore grew up singing in church and was primarily influenced by the music of George Duke and Lee Ritenour. Shante was working as a model when, at age twenty-two, she was discovered by MCA Records executive Louil Silas.