February 23, 2021
Nick Cannon's new daughter with Brittany Bell, Powerful Queen Cannon, just had her first baby photoshoot, and fans are in awe of the cuteness overload she presents in her pink frilled onesie.
Nick Cannon's baby girl, Powerful Queen, lives up to her name in an adorable baby shoot that her mom shared on Instagram the other day with her 78 thousand followers.
Bell posted the cutest two images of her new baby asleep on a dusty rose pouf chair. Well-known celebrity child photographer Patty Othon snapped the pictures.
Powerful is dressed in a dainty light pink dress and has a silver crown perched on her tiny head in the first picture. The infant is fast asleep and looks so peaceful with her eyes closed.
The second image is taken from a different angle and shows the back of the child's dress, which has several white frills and soft velvety material on the body. Bell captioned the series:
"The Powerful Queen."
Cannon and Bell have two children together. Their firstborn is a son named Golden, and he was born in 2017. Cannon also has nine-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with his ex-wife, Mariah Carey.
Bell gave birth to Powerful on Christmas last year and said it was the best gift she could have wished for. The beauty queen looked nothing short of radiant throughout her second pregnancy.
Viacom fired Cannon for anti-Semitic remarks and hate speech during an interview with Richard Griffin.
Bell announced that she was expecting another child on her Instagram in June 2020 with a picture of her son Golden wearing a cape with the words, "Big Brother," written on it in bold font.
"All I can say is that Nick was my rock through the most intense yet empowering natural water birth. It was nothing but POWERFUL."
Cannon began dating the model and pageant queen while undergoing his divorce from Mariah Carey in 2015. The television host has a variety of jobs under his belt, including working on Nickelodeon and MTV.
However, controversy arose when Viacom fired Cannon for anti-Semitic remarks and hate speech during an interview with Richard Griffin. Cannon had made problematic comments on an episode of his YouTube series, "Cannon's Class."
Cannon wrote a strong apology on Twitter to his Jewish friends and followers, saying that he still has a lot to learn about the community and that his statements were ignorant and uninformed.
He also reached out to the rabbis, community leaders, and institutions to thank them for their information. But despite his sincere plea for forgiveness, Cannon still sued the company that fired him for 1.5 billion dollars.