Robin Thicke and Fiancée April Love Geary Expecting Third Child, Mom-to-Be Shows Off Baby Bump
Another Thicke baby is on the way.
On Sunday, the mom-to-be showed off her baby bump in a beach photo. "Sorry we can’t hang out, there’s a pandemic & I’m pregnant... again. 🤍We love consistency!" she wrote.
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Thicke and Geary, 25, got engaged on Christmas Eve 2018, two months before Lola was born. The four-time Grammy nominee and Geary started dating in the months following his separation from Patton in February 2014.
The couple celebrated their anniversary in September, with Geary sharing a five-minute photo and video montage to her Instagram feed that chronicled her and The Masked Singer judge's last six years together.
"Omg SIX years, two babies, one burned down house and one less appendix between us 😂," she wrote in the accompanying caption. "I love you so much and I couldn't imagine my life without you."
"You're the best father, partner, cook, lover! I know I'm rarely ever romantic or serious (lol) but you're truly my other half and you love me more than anyone ever has before," Geary added. "Forever & always ♥️ @robinthicke."
Geary has been open about the ups and downs of parenting since becoming a first-time mom in February 2018, from breastfeeding, embracing her postpartum body and handling mom-shamers. In May of last year, the soon-to-be mother of three also shared her abortion story to explain how she can be a parent and also be pro-choice.
"I've been getting a bunch of DMs saying things like 'how could you support abortion when you're a mother yourself' so this is MY body, MY body after having an abortion in 2014, a miscarriage in 2017, delivering a baby in 2018 and 2019," Geary wrote, along with a photo of her stomach. "I'm glad I was able to make decisions about MY body without facing any type of punishment."
The model's post came days after several state lawmakers passed restrictive bills that effectively banned abortion. And Geary said that she wants all women to be able to decide for themselves: "It's scary to think that women won't be able to choose to abort if that's what they want/what's necessary."
"You can be anti-abortion for yourself and pro-choice for anyone who isn't you because you realize you shouldn't get to make the rules for someone else's body and you're not going to a single thing for the child they can't/don't want to carry. This is possible and necessary," she added.