Entertainment Nick Cannon and Abby De La Rosa Welcome Twin Boys, Zion and Zillion
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and Abby De La Rosa have welcomed her twin boys!
On Wednesday, De La Rosa posted the happy news to Instagram, alongside a video of herself in a hospital bed cradling the newborns, born on June 14.
"✨JUNE 14TH, 2021 ✨" the new mom and professional DJ. "Welcome to the world Zion Mixolydian Cannon & ZIllion Heir Cannon."
She concluded the post by adding the hashtags "my world" and "twin boys."
On her Instagram Story, De La Rosa shared a photo of the babies' hands holding onto her fingers, writing, "Zion & Zilly."
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The arrival of Zion and Zillion mark Cannon's second set of twins; he shares 9-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife.
Cannon is also dad to 3-year-old sonand daughter , born in December 2020. He shares both with Brittany Bell.
The Masked Singer host is reportedlywith model Alyssa Scott. In a now-deleted Instagram post last month, Cannon seemingly confirmed the baby-on-the-way was a son, to be named Zen S.
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De La Rosa announced Cannon was her babies' father on Instagram in April when she shared photos from a maternity shoot that featured the Nickelodeon alum.
"Our dearest sons - my miracle babies, Thank you for choosing me to be your Mommy," she wrote at the time.
"I know the Lord has destined me and prepared me for the gift of not one but two little angels," she continued. "I pray that God gives you both the strength to walk brave and boldly in your individual truth just like your Daddy. That God bless you and your brother and guide you into living out your full purpose."
"Your Dad & I will always be here for you both; in complete unison and support. No matter what this world may throw your way, know that forgiveness is key and what is for you - is for YOU! You both are already so loved and we can't wait to meet you both," De La Rosa added.
That post has since been deleted from her Instagram page.
Canadiens HC Dominique Ducharme must isolate for 14 days after positive COVID test .
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