Nick Cannon's Baby Mama Alyssa Scott Seemingly Pregnant Again Months After Their Son Zen Died

The 'Wild N' Out' model hints at having a bun in the oven in her Mother's Day post, a week after she sparked reconciliation rumors with the 'Masked Singer' host.

AceShowbiz - Alyssa Scott could be pregnant again. The mother of one of Nick Cannon's children has hinted at having a bun in the oven through her Instagram post, several months after her son Zen died of brain cancer.

In honor of Mother's Day, Alyssa took to her social media account on Sunday, May 8 to share a picture of her looking happy while posing in a field of flowers. Rocking a white tight fitted dress, she oozed pregnancy glow as she sported what appears to be a baby bump.

"Happy Mother's Day Today I'm grateful I was able to pick up the phone and hear my mom and grandmothers voice on the other line," she wrote without confirming the supposed pregnancy. She added, "I'm grateful for my daughter who is holding my hand through this holiday. I mean it when I say my heart is with every woman and every mother today. Love."

Alyssa also included in the post a clip of her daughter from a previous relationship climbing the stairs and a picture of a photo frame featuring her late son Zen displayed near the window.

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It's unclear if the baby bump picture is new or an old one. Should she be really pregnant, she may be expecting the child with Nick as she recently hinted at their reconciliation. Earlier this week, she posted a cozy-up photo with "The Masked Singer" host. In the mirror selfie, the multi-hyphenated star was seen kissing her neck.

The snap was later reposted by Hollywood Unlocked on Instagram, to which Nick's ex Jessica White replied with some red heart emojis. Jessica later explained in another comment, "I'm definitely happy for them, they have been through a lot with each other." The Victoria's Secret model further noted, "Nick is family and always will be. I support him. Let's just send positive energy their way."

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