'Bumpin' ' Beauty! Kevin Hart's Pregnant Wife Eniko Bares Baby Belly While Lounging in a Hammock
Eniko Hart is bumping her way into summer!
Kevin Hart's pregnant wife — who is currently expecting their second child together, a baby girl — shared a cozy-looking photograph to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, which showed her "bumpin' " in a hammock after having a "bubble party" with the couple's 2½-year-old son Kenzo Kash.
In the snapshot, Eniko, 35, wears a knit tank top, pulled up to reveal her baby bump. The glowing mom-to-be also wears a pair of earrings and several necklaces, letting her dark, curly hair hang over one shoulder.
The previous videos on his mom's Story show Kenzo adorably exclaiming "bubble party!" over and over again while running among the floating suds, after Eniko turns on a bubble machine presumably outside their home.
"Chillin'. This boy is rough on the knees," Eniko wrote on top of a photo of Kenzo post-party lounging in the same hammock, adding a crying-laughing emoji.
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Eniko revealed the couple's pregnancy news in March, along with a black-and-white portrait of her growing baby bump. Last month, on Mother's Day, she and Hart, 40, broke the news of their baby on the way's sex.
"I literally screamed, laughed, and cried when we found out this time around because she & Kenzo are what I've always prayed for," she added.
Wrote Hart in his post sharing the news, "God is unbelievable ... we are blessed to have you in our lives. All I can say is thank you honey."
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In an Instagram post Tuesday evening, the actor and comedian shared a screenshot of a newscast showing that the protests against police brutality had spread to all 50 states. "This is POWER ... Enough is Enough. It's time for change ... " Hart wrote alongside the photo.
"As a father I'm worried about the future of our next generation of black men & the generations after that & the ones after that," he wrote. "If we do not do our job right now & do what we can to have a law put in place to help us feel protected in these streets then this type of crime will continue to happen without a worry in the world."