Cute Recent Celeb Baby Announcements That Will Make You Say 'Aww'

Celebrities have been known to make baby announcements that get people talking. Remember Beyoncé at the VMAs, or her famous photo shoot? Cardi B on “SNL”?

Those were serious pop culture moments. Yes, there’s often pomp and circumstance on a national stage when revealing a star pregnancy, but social media is typically the preferred method to let the world know.

Many celebs are currently expecting, but just how did they tell their fans?

Courtney and Mario Lopez shared a “Lopez family update” in January that included what everyone was up to. “I’m having a baby!” Courtney said while showing off her bare bump as everyone cheered in excitement.

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"Jersey Shore’s" Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi shared the sweetest snap in November, showing her two children holding up a sonogram of her baby-to-be.

Jerry Ferrara and his wife Breanne announced they had a baby boy on the way earlier this year by posting a cute pic and an even cuter sporty caption.

With the 1st pick in the 2019 draft of life. @breanneracanoferrara and I select: our unnamed BABY BOY!!!,” Ferrera wrote.

Comedian Amy Schumer posted her head on Meghan Markle’s body (who is also expecting her first child!) to share her big news with fans.

Kobe Bryant let everyone know he and wife Vanessa were expecting by announcing on January 1: “New year, new baby!”

Kehlani revealed she was four months pregnant in October, saying “this was so hard to contain.”

Danielle Fishel shared her baby news by posting a pic of some teeny-tiny sneakers.

Have you seen a unique pregnancy announcement you loved?


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