Kelly Rowland Is Pregnant, Expecting Baby No. 2 With Husband Tim Weatherspoon

Kelly Rowland is expecting!
The "Coffee" singer surprised Instagram followers with a special announcement on October 7th. Kelly revealed her baby bump on the November cover of Women's Health magazine.
"SURPRISE!!" she labeled the post. "My @womenshealthmag cover issue is online now and on newsstands next week!"
This is the second child for former Destiny's Child member and husband Tim Weatherspoon. Her son Titan Weatherspoon is six years old.
"We talked about it lightly, and then COVID happened," Kelly told Women's Health. "And we just said, 'Let's see what happens.'" The singer also talked about not wanting to give the public "good news" as the world is in turmoil. As mentioned in her cover story, Kelly was even reluctant to sit down for the interview.
"But you still want to remind people that life is important," she noted. "And being able to have a child ... I'll knock on the door of the 40's in February. Taking care of myself means a lot to me."
Kelly Rowland's pregnancy style
She discussed her many fans who may have been upset that the star was going to have a baby before releasing her upcoming studio album.
"I thought, 'Oh my god, my fans are going to be so disappointed. They wanted an album first, but they have a baby!'" She explained. "And I was like, 'I have to find out so they both get it.'"
Kelly Rowland, Women's Health
Kelly also talked about following a semi-strict dietary regime at home and while working in the studio on her fifth album by not eating after 7 p.m. and switch to healthier snacks.
"I don't really count calories," she shared. "Trust me, there are some days when it's hard to look at seeds, nuts, and fruits when everyone has fries and burgers and Roscoes chicken and waffles at midnight."
The November issue of Women's Health is now available online.

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