Eva Marcille's 4-month-old son captivates hearts with his big blue eyes in latest pics
Actress and fashion model Eva Marcille, best known for The Young and the Restless, took to Instagram to share a slideshow of her beautiful son, Michael.
The four-month-old boy was portrayed sitting on a blue couch wearing a white onesie while slightly smiling at the camera. One of the most striking aspects of that image was that Michael’s bright blue eyes were wide open.
For the rest of the pictures, the baby was photographed in different poses, being his eyes the highlight of the post. In the caption, Eva wrote: “My lil [sic] man Mikey! Saturday mornings.”
As soon as the actress uploaded that slideshow, her fans and followers took to the comment section to praise the baby’s look and share their thoughts.
According to a post shared on Instagram by Eva, who has been working on The Real Housewives of Atlanta for a while, she welcomed Michael to the world on April 13. The baby was born at 5:59 pm at 7 pounds, 3 ounces, and 19-and-a-half inches long.
As Bravo reported, the baby is the first child Eva and her fiancée Michael Sr. have had. However, it is the actress’ second child as she already has her four-year-old daughter Marley Rae from her previous relationship to Kevin McCall.
Eva’s second pregnancy was announced in November 2017, while she was in an interview with People. On Christmas, the actress announced that she and her boyfriend had gotten engaged.
The proud mother pointed out that she was less anxious during her second pregnancy in comparison to the first one as she learned that she should stop worrying that much.
“I remember being pregnant with Marley, and every single thing I'm like, 'What is she doing in there? Was that an elbow? Was that a knee? Is she kicking? Is she trying to get out?' I didn't know what was what. I was wondering if I was drinking something and if it was too cold for her or too hot. I was thinking way too much,” said Eva.
At the moment, the actress and her husband have their hands full with two young children and their jobs.