Bre Tiesi Explains How She Told Nick Cannon Pregnancy News

Bre Tiesi, Nick Cannon
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It’s a major moment! It’s a big moment! Bre TiesiTelled Nick Cannon her pregnancy news after a Wild ’N Out taping, she was nothing but “excited” to share the surprise.

‘“[I was not nervous] at all,” the model, 30, exclusively told Us WeeklyTuesday 26 April. “Nick and I have been talking about going down this road for a long time and when we were finally ready, we were trying. There was no, ‘Oops, I got pregnant.’”

The duo’s upcoming arrival will be the actor’s eighth child. Cannon already has twins Monroe, 10 and Moroccan, 10. Mariah Carey, son Golden, 5 and daughter Powerful 16 months. Brittany BellZion and Zillion, twins, 10 months. Abby De La Rosa. His and Alyssa Scott’s 5-month-old son, Zen, died in December 2021.

As theAll ThatAlum is looking forward to baby No. 8, Tiesi told Use that she doesn’t “really care about titles” when it comes to their romance.

“I have a beautiful relationship,” the California native explained. “We’re very open, we’re very honest, we’re very supportive. All of my needs are met, and I’m very happy in our situation.”

The expectant star has been preparing to have a home birth, and Cannon has been super “supportive” of Tiesi.

“He’s like, ‘If that’s what you want to do, great. I’ll be there,’” she gushed. “This should be interesting. … It’ll be very intimate and private, which we are very happy about.”

Cannon revealed on his talk show in January that the mother-to-be was pregnant. He also revealed that he started a celibacy path after they had conceived.

“My therapist was one of the [people] who said that I should probably be celibate because I had shared that news, that Bre was pregnant,” the DrumlineStar explained the situation at the time. “I felt like my life was out of control. And honestly, the celibacy did help me through the journey of getting one with myself and dealing with this.”

Tiesi spoke to the public’s mixed reactions to Cannon’s expanding family, telling Us that she doesn’t “really care” about backlash or let it “phase” her.

“You can kind of say whatever, and I don’t care,” the pregnant star said. “I don’t take those things to heart at all. … I would hope that people are mature enough to not be so nasty to a child or an unborn child, but people are who they are. I’ve kind of just accepted that.”

Diana Cooper reporting

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