Pregnant Rihanna flaunted her growing baby belly while out for dinner with her boyfriend A$AP Rocky in Paris on Monday.
The singer, 35, who is already the mother of an 11-month-old boy with A$AP, 34, proceeded to push the envelope with her pregnant wardrobe for the visit to Cesar.
She stood out in a wool and fur maxi coat by Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi, with a cropped grey sweater beneath that accentuated her shifting figure.
She complemented the ensemble with baggy light khaki leggings and a silver necklace, and she wore her long black hair in loose waves with a dewy makeup look.
A$AP Ferg looked as stylish as ever in a light blue jacket and a black and white baseball hat next to her.
After wandering the city all day, the couple arrived at the Parisian Italian restaurant around 2 a.m.
Their excursion comes after Rihanna attempted to give away the gender of her pregnant second child when shopping for clothing in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
She was spotted trying on a pastel pink crocheted romper, hinting that she is expecting a baby girl shortly.
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky Rocky started dating in 2020 and welcomed their kid in May of this year.
In February, she revealed her second pregnancy by revealing her baby belly at the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
He revealed to Insider in 2022 that the artist sometimes comes in three nights a week.
Rihanna hasn’t been hesitant about discussing her favorite foods to eat while pregnant.
She told British Vogue in a recent interview that tangerines with salt were her go-to during her first pregnancy, which is a custom in her home Barbados.
Despite ‘loathing’ sweets, she can never resist chocolate.
Rihanna had no idea she was pregnant with her second kid at the time of the interview.
The Disturbia hitmaker was seen with her ‘best friend’ A$AP Rocky and their adorable infant kid in the magazine cover.
She told the site that parenthood has changed her life.
‘It encompasses everything. ‘You don’t remember your life before, that’s the weirdest thing ever,’ Rihanna stated.
A$AP Rocky later talked with Dazed about his parenting objectives.
‘I will constantly tell my children, even as adults, to never lose their inventiveness,’ he added.
The artist went on to talk about the principles he intends to inculcate in his children.
‘I aim to raise children that are open-minded. People who discriminate are not welcome. And I’m not attempting to depict a saint, but basically, all I want is a nice kid with good parents,’ he said.
Rihanna’s 11-month-old son just celebrated his first Easter, which she excitedly shared with her Instagram followers.
The toddler looked cute in the first series of photos, sporting bunny ears and snacking on Easter candy.
Rihanna also shared a video of her infant child collecting Easter eggs in a playpen full of real-life rabbits, one of which he was seen tenderly caressing.
Rihanna just acquired a 40th-floor penthouse in the same building where she already has a three-bedroom, 3,500-square-foot home, as they prepare to welcome their newest member to their family.
She purchased a spacious apartment formerly owned by Matthew Perry, which ‘is more than twice the size of her last one, covering a massive 9,290 square feet with four bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms,’ according to Architectural Digest.
Despite the property’s high asking price of $28 million, she was able to haggle it down to $21 million, which is $600,000 less than the owner, Afterpay co-founder Nick Molnar, paid the Friends actress, 53, for it in 2021.
A year later, he reduced the price of the lavish Beverly Hills mansion by $8 million to $27 million before selling it for $21.6 million to Afterpay co-founder Nick Molnar.
According to the Los Angeles Times, it was ‘Southern California’s most expensive apartment sale since 2015.’
Rihanna’s bank account will be unaffected by the high price tag, since she is one of the world’s richest women owing to her lingerie and cosmetics companies.
She was ranked number 2002 on Forbes’ list of billionaires, with an estimated net worth of $1.4 billion.
In July 2022, she was included to Forbes’ annual list of America’s wealthiest self-made women. The Umbrella hitmaker was the only woman in the lineup under the age of 40.
Rihanna became a billionaire in 2021, making her the world’s wealthiest female artist and the second richest female entertainment behind Oprah Winfrey.
According to Forbes, the Diamonds singer has made $1.4 billion in her decade-long career, the most of which has come from her apparel companies and her skincare and cosmetics firm Fenty Beauty.
It was alleged that the majority of the popstar’s wealth stems from her 50% ownership in her famed cosmetics business Fenty Beauty – a joint venture with French luxury goods company LVMH – which is now worth $2.8 billion in total.
The hitmaker’s fortune is made up of her $270 million ownership in her massively popular Savage X Fenty lingerie business, as well as profits from her 16-year recording career as a chart-topping singer and actor.