Christina Milian has announced the birth of her third child to her Instagram followers.
The singer, 39, shared an adorable image to the social media platform of her cradling her newborn son.
She captioned the picture: “Kenna, Welcome to the world baby boy!
“Wow, What an adventure we’ve been on since the day he was conceived! I thank God everyday for blessing me with his super active energy (wonder where he gets it from?) and now to meet our healthy baby boy?! Thankful. Blessed.
“Now it’s party of 5 baby! Thank you my @mattpokora for being the best partner/dad/ best friend a woman could ask for. You’re a king in my eyes.”
Husband Matt Pokora commented on the posted that he felt “blessed”.
Matt, 35, shared a post to his Instagram followers in French which translated to: “Welcome my son … Our little Kenna is doing well and his mom has once again been amazing.
“Everyone is in great shape.”
He included a black-and-white snap of himself holding his newborn.
It is Christina and her husband’s second child together, with the pair also having one-year-old Isaiah.
The Dip It Low singer also has an 11-year-old daughter, Violet Madison, from a previous relationship with singer The-Dream.
Christina and Matt have been an item for two and a half years and rumours have been circulating that the pair recently tied the knot.
She first announced she was expecting their latest arrival in December.
She showed off her baby bump in a series of sweet snaps.
In the first sunset image from the beach, partner Matt was kneeling down kissing her belly showing to couple’s love for each other.
“We’ve been able to spend quality time together like never before. Being able to have uninterrupted time with Matt and the kids has been incredible.”
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