Bella twins, cousin edition!!
As you’re likely aware, Nikki and Brie Bella took twinning to a whole new level when they announced they were both expecting babies at the same time, with due dates VERY close to each other.
But the former WWE Divas Champions just took things even further when they announced via Instagram over the weekend that their boys were born just one day apart, and gave the first look at their sons with nearly identical pics!
Nikki and fiancé Artem Chigvintsev were first up, and welcomed their son on July 31, and they couldn’t be “happier” about it! Ch-ch-check out the snap (below):
And just a day later, his cousin was born! Brie and her husband Daniel Bryan welcomed their son into the world on August 1, their second child together after 3-year-old daughter Birdie Joe:
Double the sweetness!!
Nikki had a day more to recover, so on Monday she was back on Twitter, taking to the Bellas’ dual account to give an update on motherhood, saying:
“The last few days have been truly incredible! Such a beautiful learning experience, still is, and wow a love like this! Everything you all have said it would be! I’ve never smiled so much with such little sleep. I’m in heaven! I’m so happy!!”
She also gushed over her baby daddy, sharing:
“And @artemchigvintse is the best Dad! Our baby boy is so lucky. I didn’t think I could love him even more… but goodness I fell more in love with him the past few days. I feel so blessed. Can’t wait for the day to officially makes us a family.”
Finally she addressed, the wild fact of her sister’s baby coming so synchronized with hers:
“And how about that tag team!! I can’t believe Brie & I had boys less than 24 hours apart! Honestly only us! lol And that I beat her. As you can imagine everyone said it was my baby & mines competitive side that kicked in! I can’t wait for our Bellas Boys to grow up together!”
Awww… Those are going to be some big, strong, wrestling babies!
No news on names just yet… Any guesses, Perezcious readers?! Congrats again to the new parents!!
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