Tatyana Ali’s Baby Bump is Seriously Adorable (and Here's the Proof!)

Tatyana Ali is all grown up and preparing to be a mom!

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star and her husband, Dr. Vaughn Rasberry, tied the knot in July in an intimate wedding attended by friends and family, and her Fresh Prince co-stars. The newlyweds met nearly two years ago on eHarmony. They got to know each other by writing letters before taking their love to Skype and eventually meeting in person.

The happy new mom recently gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, PEOPLE confirms!

Congrats on the fabulous journey and welcome into motherhood, Tatyana!


Lauren Porter Sep, 23, 2016

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"We’ve heard that a high belly means a boy and a wide belly means a girl, and just after that has been announced to the group someone else will chime in and give information that completely dispels that logic," Ali recently shared on her PEOPLE blog. “No,” they’ll say, their “grandmother always said that it was the other way around.”

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"summa #bumplife," The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star wrote.

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"Reading is so important!," the actress captioned this photo. We're sure her little one is going to have an amazing little library.

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Tatyana and her smile look like she surely enjoyed her good eats!

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"After the gym this morning I thought I'd relax in the study and paint my toenails. Ha!! Imagine my surprise when I realized I can't even see my toes. #bumplife," she captioned this flick.

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Ms. Ali is the cutest!

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Tatyana is on her way to motherhood and is glowing!

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Good vibes only for the mom-to-be!

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Nothing wrong with a quick flick with the baby bump!

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The actress isn't shy about her Afro-Carribbean roots. In 2011, she told Vibe that visiting Panama felt like going back home.

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Tatyana, her bump and bae hit the beach during #SummerSixteen!

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Tatyana Ali made her bump debut during the 2016 Black Girls Rock award show.