LeToya Luckett and husband Tommicus Walker are expecting their first child!
The 37-year-old singer and actress shared the good news on Instagram on Wednesday, doing so with the help of her stepdaughter, Madison.
“I know something you don’t know!” she said in the video announcement. “I think I’ll give you a hint. I’m going to sing you a song. Daddy and Ms. Toya, sitting in a tree. K-i-s-s-i-n-g. Ewwww, grow up! First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby!”
This announcement comes just a day after Luckett posted a video of herself singing the Destiny’s Child classic “Now That She’s Gone.” In comments for the clip, people were already questioning whether or not she was pregnant because of her fuller face.
According to TMZ, the star is far enough along that she will share the gender of her baby on the Fourth of July with the help of a fireworks show.
Luckett and Walker wed in December of 2017 in Austin, Texas. Madison is Walker’s daughter from a previous relationship, but this is the first child for the former Destiny’s Child singer. Through her relationship with Madison, the star has already had a chance to be a mom, and she loves it.
“As I recently walked into this new chapter of my life as a Wife & a mother-in-Love of a beautiful little girl- the worry began to knock at my front door,” she wrote. “Am I built for this? I’ve never been a mommy. My cooking skills are so ,so. My fresh smoothie game is aaiiiight. So I gotta share…everything? Will he still love me if? These are all the thoughts that started to flood my mind 😫 overwhelmed with worry instead of seeing the blessing that God had actually givin me far & beyond what I’ve prayed for all of these years.”
“Welp! Today I choose to STOP THE WORRY & put on my new crown as a WARRIOR!!” she continued. “A prayer WARRIOR for my family! A WARRIOR FOR GOD! I can literally feel a new strength come over me as I write this! My mom always said , ‘ worry is sin’ now I get it. God forgive me. Lead me! I bind up worry & fear & I will TRUST YOU with my whole heart.”