Rihanna recently rocked baggy cloth at the rehearsals of the Super Bowl to hide her pregnancy. We have seen how celebrities become very sensitive and caring related to their life.
And if these things go around their children and their love interest then they become very private about it. Talking about pregnancy then we have seen how they just not try to hide the pregnancy but also the birth and the identity of their baby.
From hiding their baby bump to adopting one of the biggest fashions of maternity, our celebrities know how to maintain all these.
Here you can check out some pictures of Rihanna from SuperBowl 2023.
Rihanna recently revealed her second pregnancy while performing at Super Bowl 2023. With this performance, she gained a lot of attention but it was very hard for her to maintain and hide the pregnancy. That’s what she did at the rehearsals of the Super Bowl where she was seen wearing baggy clothes to hide her baby belly.
The singer started her performance by rubbing her belly which can be seen through the drone camera. Then the questions started about whether she is pregnant or not however, it became clear at the end of the performance.
It was a well-kept secret. The singer did not show her pregnancy by wearing loose-fitting clothes. It was on the practice day on Sunday and Saturday when she was giving her best on the stage. Even on the red carpet of the Golden Globes, her belly was not visible to the camera because of her huge gown.
The singer has welcomed her first baby in life in May 2022. At that time singer has not revealed her name however she, later on, revealed the face of a baby. She and her boyfriend Rocky and her one-year-old baby were seen at the stadium together.
The singer has talked about the big stage and big moment in her life which came with Super Bowl 2023. She has also talked about her mother’s life and how it has changed her perspective of the world.
She said: “The Super Bowl is one of the big stages in the world, so as scary as that was – because I haven’t been on stage in seven years – there’s something exhilarating about the challenge of it all.”