Whoa, baby! Christina Milian has welcomed her third child.
The 39-year-old announced on Saturday, April 24, that she and her boyfriend, Matt Pokora, welcomed a baby boy named Kenna.
Kenna is Milian and Pokora's second child together; the "Dip It Low" singer shares her 11-year-old daughter, Violet Madison, with ex-husband The Dream.
"Welcome to the world baby boy! Wow, What an adventure we’ve been on since the day he was conceived!" Milian captioned a picture of her holding her newborn in a hospital bed.
She continued, "I thank God everyday for blessing me with his super active energy (wonder where he gets it from? 👀) and now to meet our healthy baby boy?! Thankful. Blessed. Now it’s party of 5 baby! Thank you my @mattpokora for being the best partner/dad/ best friend a woman could ask for. You’re a king in my eyes."
"Blessed ❤️🙏🏼 party of 5!!! 😍," Pokora echoed in the comments.
Pokoro posted a black-and-white photo of him holding his new son on his Instagram. "Welcome my son … Our little Kenna is doing well and his mom has once again been amazing. Everyone is in great shape," a translation of Pokora's post reads.
Fans and friends rushed to the comments to congratulate the happy couple.
"Congratulations 😍😍😍😍," Jersey Shore's Jenni J-Woww Farley gushed.
"Congratulations babe," Malika Haqq wrote, while Dhar Mann commented: "Wow congratulations so happy for you guys!"
Milan announced her pregnancy in December with a stunning snap of Pokora kissing her baby bump on the beach. "You and Me + 3 🌏 #morelove," she captioned the post.
The pair welcomed their first child together, Isiah, in January 2020.
"I'm super happy. I have a really happy baby," Milian told PEOPLE at the time. "Honestly, with all this stuff going on, it kind of was a blessing in disguise to be able to spend so much time together and to not be forced to rush right back to work. It's been nice to just be home and be with my daughter and have this bonding experience."
"Hopefully this is a once-in-a-lifetime thing that's happening [and] not something that will happen often," she said of the coronavirus pandemic. "But whatever the case may be, I'm an optimistic person — I look at the positivity in it all."