Nick Cannon's 2-Month-Old Daughter Powerful Queen Steals Hearts in a Pic Showing Her Cute Smile
Nick Cannon's youngest daughter, Powerful Queen, is one adorable baby in a recent Instagram post shared by her mom, former Miss Arizona USA, Brittany Bell.
There's nothing as heartwarming as a baby's cheerful smile, and Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell's daughter, Powerful Queen Cannon, recently stole hearts with her beautiful toothless grin.
Former pageant model Brittany Bell shared the adorable video clip on her Instagram story and proved that her daughter is just as beautiful as her mother.
The video showed little Powerful Queen attentively looking straight into the camera. The two-month-old baby looked cozy in a cream and pink two-piece knit set with her head exposed to reveal her tiny baby hairs.
At the beginning of the video, the adorable girl just stares at the camera while the caption, "wait for it," suggests an epic climax to the video. Eventually, Powerful Queen breaks into a lovely, endearing smile, showing off her tiny gums.
Powerful Queen's big smile is proof of how much she has grown over the last couple of months. Cannon and Bell welcomed the infant just in time for Christmas last year, making the Guam model a mother for a second time.
Bell also shares a four-year-old son, Golden Cannon, with the "Love Don't Cost A Thing" actor. Cannon and the Arizona State University alum have allegedly dated on and off since 2014.
While Bell has two kids, Cannon's blended family has grown even larger because he already has two older children from his previous marriage to the iconic singer, Mariah Carey.
[Cannon] publicly admitted that he's always wanted to have five kids.
Cannon, 40, and Carey, ten years his senior, were married for eight years, and during that time, the pair welcomed their two kids, fraternal twins Moroccan and Monroe, 9.
Despite their highly publicized divorce, Cannon and the five-time Grammy Award-winner ended their relationship on good terms and maintained an amicable co-parenting relationship.
Cannon, who has publicly admitted that he's always wanted to have five kids, is now much closer to his dream, and he is a doting and protective father to his kids.
"The Masked Singer" host has opened up about the valuable lessons he hopes to teach his kids, especially as biracial children growing up in a time of racial reckoning in the US.