Nick Cannon's 'baby mama' Alyssa Scott in 'final days' of pregnancy after his girlfriend Abby De La Rosa welcomes twins

NICK Cannon's "baby mama" Alyssa Scott revealed she's in her "final days" of pregnancy after his girlfriend Abby De La Rosa welcomed twins.

Abby and Nick's twins, Zion and Zilly, were born this past week.

Alyssa, who is Nick's most recent baby mama, took to Instagram this week to show off her amazing baby bump as she's expected to give birth any day now.

The model showed off her curves while rocking a plaid romper with a plunging neckline.

She smiled as she held on to her belly and snapped a few selfies.

Along with the pics, she wrote: "Mamiiii, the final days are here!"

Back in May, Alyssa shared a new pregnancy photo and revealed she’s naming her son Zen S. Cannon.

She had previously kept details about the father of her unborn child quiet, but she appeared to confirm Nick’s the dad by sharing the full name she’s planning on giving her son.

Along with calling him Zen S. Cannon, the model replied to comments asking about Nick Cannon.

When one user commented on Alyssa's post, “Is nick cannon the dad,” she simply replied with a few heart-face emojis.

The pregnant star, who was reportedly a model on Nick’s Wild ’N Out, also has a young daughter from a previous relationship.

She was seen being taken out on a date night by the TV personality on her birthday in October 2020.

Alyssa enjoying her final days pregnant with her second child comes just as Nick's other baby mama gave birth to their twins.

Proud mom Abby shared the happy news on social media with an intimate post that showed her cuddling with her sweet baby boys.

As she held the tiny infants in her arms, she lovingly gazed at one before turning her head to look at the other.

Nick was not present in the clips Abby posted and it is unclear if he was in the delivery room when his newborns arrived.

This was the All That alum's FOURTH baby to be born over the past eight months, after welcoming a second daughter with Brittany Bell.

Nick has a total of seven children now, after having fraternal twins with singer Mariah Carey in 2011.

In early April, the America's Got Talent star announced his pregnancy with Abby in a shocking maternity shoot.

The DJ took to Instagram to share stunning images, as she and the TV host walked in a beautifully lit forest landscape.

The new mom gushed about her children in the caption, as she explained how they were her "miracle babies."

"Our dearest sons – my miracle babies,

"Thank you for choosing me to be your Mommy. I know the Lord has destined me and prepared me for the gift of not one but two little angels," she wrote.

"I pray that God give you both the strength to walk brave and boldly in your individual truth just like your Daddy. That God bless you and your brother and guide you into living out your full purpose."

Abby continued with her message, saying: "Your Dad & I will always be here for you both; in complete unison and support.

"No matter what this world may throw your way, know that forgiveness is key and what is for you – is for YOU!

"You both are already so loved and we can’t wait to meet you both."

In December, he celebrated the birth of his daughter Powerful Queen alongside his ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell, with whom he also shares a four-year-old son, Golden.

The Wild 'n Out star's new slew of children came a decade after Mariah Carey gave birth to their two twins, Monroe and Moroccan.

After the couple divorced in 2016, Nick vowed to "NEVER" marry again.

In speaking to T.I. on his podcast, expediTIously, he explained: "I believe that relationships and marriage are designed to please women. Once I stepped away from my marriage with Mariah, I knew I would never get married again.

"I knew I’d never be in a relationship again and that I’d never want to be married again. I respect a polyamorous situation," he confessed.

"But for me, that’s too many rules. I don’t want to answer to anybody. I want to be by myself forever. I got ‘lonesome’ tattooed on my neck. I’m good.

"I got kids by different women and I want more kids but I don’t want to be responsible for no body else’s happiness.

"I’m still trying to get my s**t together," he shared.

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