Pregnant Bre Tiesi defends her non-monogamous relationship with Nick Cannon

Pregnant Bre Tiesi's relationship with father-of-seven, Nick Cannon, is unspecified — and that's what makes her happy.
During a Tuesday episode of the Know For Sure podcast, the 31-year-old model was asked if she views her relationship with Cannon as a form of polygamy or an open arrangement.
"It's not necessarily something," Tiesi said, explaining that she and Cannon aren't monogamous. "This is just us, this is our relationship and what you do outside of it is what you do outside of it."
"Everything is respectful, everything is honest," she added. "We don't really define it."
"I'm just worried about my family. I'm just worried about my home," she explained. "And everything else is none of my business and doesn't really bother me. All my needs are met at the end of the day.”
Tiesi is eight months pregnant with a baby boy, who will be the youngest of seven siblings.
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Cannon, 41, shares twins Monroe and Moroccan, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, twins Zion and Zillion, 1, with Abby De La Rosa and Golden, 5, and Powerful Queen, 1, with Brittany Bell. Cannon's 5-month-old son, Zen, whom she shared with Alyssa Scott, died of a brain tumor in 2021.
This month, the talk show host alluded to the possibility of his family growing. "Let's put it this way... the stork is on the way," he said on an episode of the Lip Service podcast.
When asked if he was actually expecting three babies, Cannon replied, "I don't know, it could be."
Insisting that having a large family suits him, Cannon told Men's Health in June:
"Contrary to popular belief, I'm probably engaged to my kids throughout the day more than the average adult. If I'm not physically in the same city with my kids, I FaceTime them before they go to school and stuff like that."
Cannon said he handles parenting responsibilities like school drop-off and pickup and extracurricular activities like coaching and weekly guitar lessons.
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"I've seen where people think a traditional household works, and [yet] there's a lot of toxicity in that environment," he added. "It's not about what society thinks is right. It's like what makes it right for you? what makes you happy What enables you to have joy and how do you define family? We all define family in so many different ways.”
That's good enough for Tiesi — in March she told E! News' Daily Pop that she has no issues with the mothers in Cannon's life.
"I feel like everyone's focus is on their own family and their own situation," she said. “And we're all very supportive and just respecting that. 'This is your family, this is ours and you need everything, we are here.'”
"As adults, our children will be together, so I don't think there will ever be a problem," Tiesi continued. "I don't know of any problems — [there] definitely won't be any with me."
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