A Timeline Of Her Pregnancy

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After one of the most enthralling, “you’re going to see this bump” celebrity pregnancy journeys we’ve ever had the privilege to see, Rihanna and boyfriend ASAP Rocky have reportedly welcomed their first child together. The star gave birth to a boy.

According to TMZ, sources shared with them that the new parents brought their son into the world on May 13 in Los Angeles. If this isn’t breaking news, you may have seen on social media that a woman who claimed to be an employee at the hospital where Rihanna gave birth took to social media to say that the star had come in to deliver. She mentioned that the floor had been cleared out in preparation for delivery, later adding that Rihanna gave birth to a boy. (I think we can all assume that young woman is now looking for new work…)

The Grammy award-winning singer and her beau announced in January that they were expecting their first child in only the way they can: a chic photo shoot on a snowy day in Harlem in designer threads. The announcement came after much speculation, years worth actually, about whether or not the star was pregnant. With that in mind, she followed up her announcement in almost a defiant way fashion wise, stepping out in front of cameras whether for dinner or major events with her growing baby bump out for the world to see. She inspired many women to go about pregnancy differently, approaching her time with child so boldly and allowing what people say should be covered to shine. It was a great few months of mommy glow and fashion. Now the star is enjoying maternity leave and we couldn’t be happier for her and A$AP Rocky.

If you’d like a recap of how they went from cute couple to new parents, we have you covered with a timeline below.


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