June 25, 2020
Keven Hart's wife Eniko Parrish is enjoying her second pregnancy and keeping fit at home.
"Jumanji" actor and comedian Kevin Hart's wife Eniko Parrish is well along on her second pregnancy and is sporting a generous baby bump, but that isn't stopping the former model from keeping in shape.
Hart and Eniko already share an adorable 2-year-old, Kenzo, and even though the couple hasn't announced the due date, to judge by the sizable baby bump, it won't be long now!
The Harts are using their media presence to support the fight against racial injustice
She shared a series of snaps of herself in the gym on Instagram stories that had her over 3 million fans raving about her beauty, and her great shape.
Eniko snapped herself working out in grey sweat pants and a white sports top that left that glorious baby bump bare, and looked as great as she ever does at the swankiest red carpet event. She wore her hair up in a casual bun pinned up at the top of her head, and not a scrap of makeup.
Eniko proved she doesn't need any gilding on the lily to look like a superstar. She really does have that fabled pregnancy glow that so many talk about, but few actually have. The mom-to-be accessories with two delicate gold chains, and a pair of dainty stud earrings.
THE GENDER REVEAL
On May 10, the Hart family gathered together to celebrate the news that the new addition to the family is a girl. Eniko shared a series of sweet snaps on Instagram that showed the entire family posed on the lawn of their house wearing pink. The model donned a satin sash with the caption: "It's a Baby Girl!"
A FAMILY OF 6
Hart's two children, Hendrix, 12, and daughter Heaven, 15, which he shares with first wife Torei were there, looking super excited at the advent of their little sister. The new arrival, whose name is still a secret will make the Harts a happy family of 6.
FACING THE FUTURE
In the midst of the complex moment we are all living through, the Harts are using their media presence to support the fight against racial injustice. They shared a photo on social media in which they can be seen wearing black t-shirts, printed with the caption "Together We Change."
The t-shirts are being sold by the Fabletics activewear brand in order to raise money to support the fight for equality and justice for all. Hart revealed:
"As a father I'm worried about the future of our next generation of black men & the generations after that & the ones after that."
As a father, Hart believes it is his responsibility to bring about the much-needed change that will allow the children growing up now, to feel safe and protected as adults in the streets of our cities.