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Queen Latifah Reportedly Engaged And Expecting Baby With Longtime Partner

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Queen Latifah Reportedly Engaged And Expecting Baby With Longtime Partner

Actress and hip-hop veteran Queen Latifah is reportedly engaged and expecting a bundle of joy with her fiance Eboni Nichols!

RELATED: Queen Latifah’s Mother Passes Away Due to Heart Condition

The “Girls Trip” star’s longtime partner Eboni Nichols was seen sporting a big baby bump, RadarOnline reports! Sources tell the outlet that the two lovebirds are engaged and now expecting their own little prince or princess. 

Nichols was spotted out and about, and showing off a very obvious baby bump. Radar Online captured photos of Nichols baby bump and spotted a ring on her engagement finger! This has many suspecting that the longtime couple has finally decided to tie the knot and expand their family.

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It appears happy days are ahead for Latifah who lost her mother earlier this year while still mourning her late brother Lance. 

The “Chicago” actress’ mother, Rita Owens, passed away in March after her decade-long struggle with a heart condition. Queen Latifah announced her mother’s passing in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE.

“It is with a heavy heart that I share the news my mother, Rita Owens passed away today,” says Latifah. “Anyone that has ever met her knows what a bright light she was on this earth. She was gentle, but strong, sweet, but sassy, worldy but pragmatic, a woman of great faith and certainly the love of my life.”

“She had struggled with a heart condition for many years and her battle is now over,” Latifah shares. “I am heartbroken but know she is at peace. Thank you for your kindness, support and respect for our privacy at this time. Much Love, Dana Owens (aka Queen Latif‎ah), forever Rita Owens’ daughter.”

Congrats to Queen Latifah! Socialites, do you have any baby name suggestions? Comment below.

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