“Come On Mikey”: Eva Marcille Says She’s “Still At It” While In Lengthy Labor With Son

April 13, 2018  |  

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Eva Marcille is not so patiently waiting to give birth today. The 33-year-old has been taking fans with her on the journey to deliver her son, and after quite a few hours (at at the time of publishing), she’s still awaiting the chance to push “Mikey” out.

It all started on Thursday when The Real Housewives of Atlanta star posted “Today is the day” as the caption of a photo of her in a car, on her way to check in to the hospital:

Today is the day🌻

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That was Thursday morning to be specific. Later that evening she took what she probably thought was one last photo before prepping to give birth:

So ready…. the calm before the storm 😳

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But by this morning, she was letting her followers know that she was “still at it” in the hospital, waiting for her baby boy to be ready to be delivered:

Still at it😳 Come on Mikey🤰🏽

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And despite the strenuous labor process, Marcille manages to continue to look fabulous.

Baby Mikey is her second child, and her first with fiancé Michael Sterling. The two are set to wed soon, so it will be a very busy 2018 for the star.

“I’m excited to have my baby so I can move on to planning my wedding,” she told E! News in March. “We have some plans but I plan on putting everything on hold for a couple of weeks before I have the baby and then spend a month with the baby and then go full on maniac getting my body back together. The wedding will be in the fall.”

It should be a gorgeous affair. But first things first — operation getting Mikey out of the womb and in the world.

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