September 11, 2020

Ex 'Basketball Wives' Star Hazel Renee Expecting a Baby with NBA Star Draymond Green

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Hazel Renee and Draymond Green are expecting a baby together and are celebrating with a sweet family photo. Check it out now. 

Last year, NBA star Draymond Green proposed to Hazel Renee, and this year, the couple has even more good news. 

The former "Basketball Wives" star announced that she is expecting her first child with Green, sharing the news with her Instagram followers. 


The basketball star already has two children with his ex, Jessica Hardy, son Draymond Jaman Green and his daughter Kyla Green. 

This would be Renee's first child and the excited mother celebrated their family growing by sharing a sweet family photo captioned:

"Green Party Of 5 Loading?✨? #AllSmiles."


While the reality star is known for her stints on "Basketball Wives" and "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Renee is also an actress appearing on shows like "Empire."

The couple got engaged last year after Green reportedly proposed with a $300,000 engagement ring and involved a helicopter and a yacht. 

Green treated his fiancée to an extravagant vacation to Sardinia, Italy.


While no date has been announced for their wedding, it was revealed that Green was involved in designing the ring. 

Jason Arasheben, CEO of "Jason of Beverly Hills," spoke about the design process, sharing that Green had wanted the very best. He said:

"I took multiple trips up to the Bay to show him stone options and to choose the setting. He was very particular about the quality of the center stone."


After their engagement, Green treated his fiancée to an extravagant vacation to Sardinia, Italy, complete with a 135-foot yacht called "Ruya."

Costing about $200,000 a week, Renee and her future husband were able to enjoy 5 luxurious cabins, a hot tub, and a gym. 

Hazel Renee and Draymond Green attend the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in February 2020 | Photo: Getty Images

Recently, Green has been showing his giving side after he


550 pairs of converse shoes to students at Saginaw High. However, he was unable to give them in person due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

The NBA star used to play at the high school before moving to Michigan State and eventually the Golden State Warriors where he won three NBA championships.