Another 'RHOA' star reportedly expecting 1st baby following Kenya Moore's pregnancy news

May 20, 2018
10:31 A.M.
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AmoMama brings you the details of the expanding family of The Real Housewives of Atlanta as another star announces her pregnancy. Shamea revealed that she and her husband of almost a year are expecting their first child together. They aren’t spilling all the tea though as the sex of the baby is under wraps.


Just a month after Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore hinted at being pregnant, an official friend of the housewives Shamea Morton has announced her pregnancy.

The 36-year-old broke the good news during her birthday bash which held on Sunday, May 13.

The star seemed to have a good time as she partied with her friends and co-stars Porsha Williams, Kandi Burruss and Sheree Whitfield.


Since then, fans have taken to Instagram to congratulate the former cheerleader and singer and wish her well on this ‘new journey.’

Although folks like @l ove_adrian_xoxo had their doubts and just had to ask:

‘Are you really pregnant??? If so, that’s beautiful. Congrats to you and your husband.’

Meanwhile, @deethegent had nothing but good intentions for the expectant mother:

‘Happy Birthday you sweet soul! Congrats on everything and I will be watching and praying in this new chapter of your life!’


But the moment wouldn’t have been complete if the shade wasn’t thrown at co-star Kenya as @happyshae__ wrote:

‘Now where in the hell is Kenya gender reveal.’

While we wait to see if Kenya will respond to that, Shamea’s baby is due for arrival sometime in November.


The actress had gotten introduced to the world when she started appearing on the Real Housewives of Atlanta as Porsha’s friend.

Shamea got married to her beau Gerald Mwangi in July 2017, and this would be their first child together.

And fans cannot wait for her and her husband to reveal the sex of the baby on their wedding anniversary.

Neither can we, to be honest.

Are you excited for Shamea Morton?

Let us know in the comment section.

Source: YouTube, US Magazine