Kevin Hart, wife Eniko Parrish expecting first baby together

Philly native Kevin Hart and his wife, model Eniko Parrish, are expecting, and they picked an appropriate day to make their announcement.

Hart and Parrish revealed on Sunday, Mother’s Day, that they will soon add a little one — a boy — to their family. The baby will be the couple’s first. Hart is already a dad to Heaven, 12, and Hendrix, 9, who were born during his previous marriage to college sweetheart Torrei Hart (they were divorced in 2011).

“Celebrating Mother’s Day with my beautiful wife,” Hart wrote on Instagram announcing his wife’s pregnancy. “We are laughing at the fact that this time next year we will be celebrating her 1st actual Mother’s Day.”

Celebrating Mother's Day with my beautiful wife. We are laughing at the fact that this time next year we will be celebrating her 1st actual Mother's Day. #Harts #Blessed

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Hart also shared photos of Parrish’s baby bump, as well as an ultrasound of his son, captioning that photo as a “miracle in the making.”

As E! points out, Hart was denying pregnancy rumors as recently as October last year, saying that he like wouldn’t “be public off the bat” about a potential baby.

“We’re not expecting,” Hart said at the time. “When we do, we’ll know and you’ll probably hear from me several months after. You’ll probably be able to tell because she’ll be showing, but when that does happen I won’t be public about it off the bat.”

Hart and Parrish wed in August 2016 at a ceremony on Santa Barbara, Calif. As Howard Gensler reported at the time, kids Hendrix and Heaven joined their dad as part of the wedding party.

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