Singer Kelly Rowland Expecting Second Child With Husband, Tim Weatherspoon Destiny child singer, Kelly Rowland has excited fans after the news of her pregnancy surfaced.

This is however, her second child with her husband, Tim Weatherspoon, since her 5-year-old son, Titan, was born.

Kelly made the announcement on the cover of Women’s Health’s latest issue, in which she reveals her growing baby bump.

In the interview, the Motivation singer revealed that she fell pregnant fairly soon after lockdown began.

Singer Kelly Rowland Expecting Second Child With Husband, Tim Weatherspoon‘‘We had been talking about it loosely, and then Covid happened, and we were just like, “Let’s see what happens”,’ she said.

At first, Kelly hesitated in making her pregnancy public at first but realised ‘you still want to remind people that life is important And being able to have a child… I’m knocking at 40’s door in February. Taking care of myself means a lot to me’.

Kelly confirmed that she’s due later this year but stopped short of sharing the baby’s sex. So far, she’s had pregnancy cravings for chocolate and peanut butter and felt an ‘overwhelming sense of exhaustion’ in her first trimester.

When asked about raising two Black children in the middle of racial tensions, she recalled the day George Floyd was tragically killed during an arrest by white police officers in May.

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Singer Kelly Rowland Expecting Second Child With Husband, Tim Weatherspoon‘I’d just put Titan to bed,’ she explained, adding: ‘I got into the shower, and I had this real hard, ugly, deep cry. Because I promised to protect my kid. That was the main thing I was thinking about: protecting this little innocence.’

Last year, Kelly addressed the prospect of having a second child but stated the timing wasn’t right despite Titan badgering her and Tim for a sibling.

‘He’s like, “We’re going to have a brother, Mum”,’ she told People.

‘I said, “Well, he won’t be my brother – he’ll be my son -and what if it’s a girl?” “No, it’s not a girl, it’s a brother”.

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