Nick Cannon and Alyssa Scott are celebrating the delivery of their child lady. Scott introduced the information on Dec. 29 with an emotional Instagram video documenting her delivery. The clip, soundtracked by “Angels We Have Heard on High,” options clips of remembrances for Scott and Cannon’s son Zen, who died in December 2021 of mind most cancers. The video notably consists of photographs of the dad and mom with their new child within the hospital room, and ends with the child’s title, Halo Marie Cannon, and her date of delivery, Dec. 14.
Among the intimate footage is Scott exhibiting her tattoo of Zen’s title alongside her backbone. There are additionally photographs of Scott whereas pregnant and pictures from the child’s supply, with Cannon holding the newly born child and saying she’s a woman. A shocked Scott says, “What?! What?!” earlier than taking the child into her arms and holding her in opposition to her chest.
“December 14 2022. Our lives are eternally modified,” Scott wrote within the caption. “Zen is in each breath I take. I do know his spirit was with us within the room that morning. I do know he’s watching down on us. He reveals me indicators on a regular basis. I’ll maintain onto this reminiscence eternally.”
She continued, “I’ll bear in mind the sound of Nicks voice saying “it is a lady” and the look of every little thing we have been by means of flash throughout his face. I’ll bear in mind the sound of her crying out along with her first breath and feeling her heartbeat in opposition to mine. My candy lady, I bought my shock!! We love you Halo Marie Cannon!” Scott can also be mother to her daughter Zeela, age 4. Scott first shared the information of her being pregnant again in October.
Halo is Cannon’s twelfth baby, and the fifth one born this 12 months. Earlier in December, Cannon paid tribute to Zen on the anniversary of his loss of life on Instagram, writing partly, “I can not imagine it has been a 12 months already for the reason that hardest day of my life occurred. Such a painful anniversary. Losing a toddler must be the heaviest, most darkish and depressive experiences that I’ll by no means recover from.” He mirrored that he feels “guilt, ache, and sorrow” every day, and added to Zen, “We Love you Eternally.”