Imagine being born and discovering Rihanna is your mom.

Rihanna announced her pregnancy in a Rih-esque way of a pink Chanel outfit.

Over the weekend, Rihanna grabbed dinner with A$AP Rocky with the two looking head-over-heels for each other in fashionable looks. You know, the usual.

The couple later took a stroll through the Big Apple, eyes and fingers locked together as they made their most momentous announcement yet without saying a single word.

A$AP Rocky flashes his smile in a vintage Carhartt plaid-lined zip-up denim jacket paired with an off-white Celine FW21 oversized v-neck hooded sweater and Maximilian AW21 'Soul' leather trousers. Bottega Veneta Stride rubber lace-up shoes completed the cozy look.

You glance at Rihanna's look, admiring the pink Chanel Fall/Winter '96 longline puffer coat and dangling embellished chains stopping at her — wait — growing baby bump?!

Yes, that's right. After months of endless pregnancy rumors, Rihanna and A$AP Rocky are expecting their first child together.

The two "fashion killas" became a confirmed couple in November of 2020, having been joined at the hips and delivering countless street style moments ever since. A$AP Rocky has even referred to the bad gal as "the love of his life" in a May 2021 interview with Harper's Bazaar.

In November of last year, The Academy tweeted the fire-starting words of "Rihanna is pregnant with her first child [by] A$AP Rocky," sending the internet in a frenzy as social media users rushed to discover the truth.

Fast forward to December, a fan spoke briefly with the Savage X Fenty founder via Instagram as fans speculated that she was pregnant during Barbados' presidential inauguration. While Rihanna replied with, "y'all breed me every year," she never truly confirmed whether or not she was expecting (I see what you did there, Rih-Rih).

Of course, social media is on fire right now as the news just broke. Today, you can expect to see a few Drake memes along with "the album is never coming" tweets.

Congratulations to Rihanna and A$AP Rocky! We know that's going to be one fly baby.

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