Love & Hip Hop: Miami star Amara Le Negra is getting double the blessing as she's expecting her first two babies! The Afro Latina beauty known for her big fro and flawless skin is basking in her pregnancy. Le Negra announced the happy news in November with a beautiful maternity shoot featuring her own mother. Since then, she's been showing off her growing baby bump, even sharing that she's expecting two girls.
"I'm in love with them without even meeting them yet," the singer told HollywoodLife exclusively on Nov. 19. "I can feel them kicking. I can only imagine how they're going to look and I just am so in love." She previously posed for photos for People Magazine's Spanish version.
The pregnancy is a special one for her as she experienced a significant loss during this pregnancy. "It's a lot, but it's definitely a blessing," she added, "especially knowing there's a lot women that unfortunately can't have children and God has blessed me with two which originally were triplets. Unfortunately, I lost one. That was a miscarriage that everybody got to know about. It was tough, but God has blessed me with two babies, two baby girls. Any woman that it's her first time — In my case, I'm an only child, so this is definitely a new experience for me in every single aspect. I think I'm nervous, anxious, excited. My motherly instinct is already coming about."
Despite her excitement, she admits that being pregnant with two babies takes a physical toll on her. "Trying to understand these changes that my body is going through because I'm consistently making 4 legs, 4 arms. It's a lot of work on my body," she said. "I still remain a working woman. I plan on working until the last day of my pregnancy. I want to be there also to enjoy not just the beginning stages of my babies but also that I'm an outstanding businesswoman and I have to go out there and I'm the provider. It's a lot of work but I'm definitely excited for the new journey. I am feeling physically exhausted, sleepy, nauseous, heartburn, all types of feelings. Lots of ligament stretches."