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Meghan Trainor recently posted an Instagram pic that showcases her growing baby bump. She's in her third trimester and only 10 weeks away from giving birth!
But she also has an adorable toddler son, Riley. He sports red hair, big brown eyes and teal glasses on his tiny kid face.
Last month, singer Meghan Trainor gave her fans and Instagram followers an update on her pregnancy. In the image, Trainor flaunted her baby bump wearing a black top with matching headband.
The "Made You Look" singer, who married Spy Kids actor Daryl Sabara in December, is four months pregnant with her second child. She announced her pregnancy back in November and has been documenting her journey on social media ever since.
However, the singer-songwriter has had to overcome several challenges during her pregnancy. She was diagnosed with gestational diabetes and has had to restrict doctor visits due to it; additionally, Sabara and her partner are dealing with the Zika pandemic through COVID restrictions.
In her latest TikTok video, the "Made You Look" singer showcases her adorable baby bump while engaging with her son Riley. Wearing leggings and a Shania Twain T-shirt, she dances while Riley keeps an eye on her.
Riley not only gives us a cute video, but he also smiles so sweetly! With red hair, big brown eyes, and teal glasses on his tiny toddler face he makes quite the statement!
He's gazing in wonder at his dad, Daryl Sabara. When her mom dances, he puts all of his face into the frame.
Meghan appears to be an incredibly proud mother, and it appears she's doing an outstanding job! Meghan certainly has some insightful advice about becoming a parent that anyone can benefit from.
Trainor and Sabara welcomed their son Riley on February 8th. The little bundle of joy is growing into quite the little cutie! The "All About That Bass" singer and her husband have long expressed their desire to expand their family.
On Monday's episode of Today, Meghan Trainor revealed that she and her husband Daryl Sabara are expecting their second child. She then posted a sonogram picture of the unborn child to Instagram.
Trainor, 29, is already a mother to her 11-month-old son Riley and she and Sabara are delighted to expand their family. In an interview with People magazine, Trainor revealed that she and Sabara have been trying to explain their baby news to their young son.
Recently, Trainor posted to Instagram that she is 22 weeks pregnant and dealing with several unpleasant pregnancy symptoms. One such ailment is round ligament pain - a sharp shooting sensation in the uterus.
According to the singer, she has been experiencing intense back pain for the past 20 weeks. She even asked her fans to keep their fingers crossed for a speedy recovery!
"Made You Look" is a doo-wop song featured on Trainor's fifth major-label album, Takin' It Back (2022). The message behind the track encourages women to love their bodies and embrace their curves.
Trainor's original version of the song didn't feature her vocals, but an official remix featuring pop princess Kim Petras was released on Friday (January 27). This new track marks the first release from Petras' latest album which was released last year.
Trainor's TikTok earworm "Don't Speak" has amassed nearly 250 million streams on Spotify alone and was originally on her fifth studio album. Additionally, she recently appeared on TV shows like Saturday Night Live and Late Night with Seth Myers.
On her second wedding anniversary with husband Daryl Sabara, the "All About That Bass" singer delighted fans by flaunting a stunning baby bump! Wearing an elegant two-piece outfit, it was clear to see just how much she is growing!
Trainor, born in Massachusetts on December 22, 1993, began her musical journey at an early age. Her parents--a church organist and uncle Burton Toney--a renowned recording artist--inspired her interest in music.
At the tender age of 11, she began writing songs, and by 18 had completed her debut album. By then, her parents had begun taking her to regional songwriting conventions where her songs gained recognition and an audience.
By the time she signed her publishing deal with Nashville-based Big Yellow Dog Music, she had self-released three albums of original material and written songs for various artists including Rascal Flatts and Disney star Sabrina Carpenter. Additionally, she began playing guitar and ukulele - a talent which would continue to develop as she gained success as a songwriter.
Her music fuses hip hop and pop, drawing inspiration from 1950s American pop and soca music as well as Frank Sinatra. Her lyrics tackle modern womanhood and body image issues, leading many to praise her as an inspirational role model for embracing curves.
After releasing her debut single, "All About That Bass," in 2014, she signed with Epic Records and released her major-label debut studio album, Title, in 2015. This album became an international success and earned her the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Since then she has released five studio albums and continues to make waves within the music industry.
Meghan Trainor flaunts her growing baby bump in a TikTok video. In the clip, the 29-year-old singer dances to Starrkeisha's "The Baby Momma Dance" while wearing an oversize sweatshirt.
The "Made You Look" singer is already three months pregnant and couldn't be more thrilled to become a mom. She and her husband Daryl Sabara have an almost 2-year-old son Riley, and are excitedly expecting their second child together.
Trainor enjoys spending time with her husband and son when not writing songs or working on her motherhood advice book. Recently, they took a vacation to Greece where they spent quality time together getting to know each other better.
Trainor is renowned for her energetic pop music that blends contemporary R&B, dance music, doo wop and hip-hop genres. Her soulful voice and sharp lyrical observations are hallmarks of her work.
At the tender age of 13, she launched her music career by self-recording three early albums before turning 18. In 2014, her single "All About That Bass" made headlines with its uptempo dancehall feel and message about body positivity.
Her next single, "Lips Are Movin'," helped her debut major-label album Title reach the summit of the Billboard 200. The record went double platinum in America and earned Trainor a Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
In 2017, Trainor and her husband Daryl Sabara began a family. She currently resides in Nashville with their son and is working on her motherhood advice book, Dear Future Mama. Additionally, Trainor expects her second child this summer - news which she shared on Today show with enthusiasm and joy.
Recently, the "Made You Look" singer shared a picture of her growing belly on Instagram. She's wearing an elegant low-cut blazer that buttons over her growing stomach, along with sequins on her pants that sparkle all the way down. To complete her ensemble, she finished it off with teal heels and half up hair in two buns at the top of her head.
Meghan Trainor was born on December 22, 1993 in Nantucket, Massachusetts and began singing at age six. At that same time she also began writing music which her parents encouraged her to do; they even organized a trip to Nashville where at 17 she signed a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music.
In 2014, she released her major-label debut, Title. This marked the success of hit singles "All About That Bass" and "Lips Are Movin'," both of which reached number one in several countries around the world.
She then released two more singles, including "Dear Future Husband," which became her first top 10 hit in America and earned her a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 2016.
Trainor was a natural-born musician, though she didn't break out as an established recording artist until her mid-20s. Raised in a musical family and inspired by her dad who played organ at Methodist church services, Trainor developed into an accomplished performer long before that.
Her parents fostered her songwriting abilities, encouraging her to attend music conferences and connect with producers and writers whenever possible. In 2013, she met producer Kevin Kadish in Nashville and the two began writing together.