Sunday, October 19, 2014

Stevie Wonder's Pregnant Fiancée Tomeekah Robyn Bracy, 25, Beams With Delight On LA Stroll With 'Their Secret Daughter

Stevie Wonder's fiancée Tomeekah Robyn Bracy - who's pregnant with triplets - beamed with delight on a LA stroll with 'their secret daughter' Friday.

'Stevie and Tomeeka had their first child together last year,' an insider told The National Enquirer on Wednesday.

'I know because I attended the baby shower!'

The expecting baby mama - who at 25 is 39 years Stevie's junior - flashed her diamond sparkler while clad in a blue-and-grey striped dress.

The 64-year-old music legend - born Stevland Judkins - moved into Tomeeka’s modest LA home following his costly divorce in 2012.

'Stevie never thought he’d be a father again so late in life. It may not have been planned but now he’s excited!' the source continued.

'He’s been going to all the doctor’s visits and scans with Tomeeka. He actually can’t wait until the birth. Stevie missed so much of his other children’s upbringings, he’s vowed to be there for their children and for his soon-to-be new wife.'

The 22-time Grammy winner's ex-wife Kai Millard Morris received a chunk of his $110 million fortune as well as spousal and child support for their sons - Kailand, 13, and Mandla, 9.

Stevie’s 11-year marriage to the fashion designer reportedly ended due to her suspicions the former child prodigy was cheating.

'Stevie’s been a star since he was a teen and women have thrown themselves at him for years,' a source said.

Wonder will soon become a father-of-11, having also sired five children from previous relationships, including former secretary Yolanda Simmons.

The My Cherie Amour hitmaker was previously married to Motown singer Syreeta Wright from 1970 until their amicable divorce in 1972.

Meanwhile, Bracy is hoping for a boy after her two-year-old son Izaiah fell to his death from the window of her third-story apartment in 2004.

'Tomeeka has two other children, daughters Bri Sche’ Milan and Kenaya Tare’ Fair,' the insider revealed.

'But Izaiah was her only son. Now she’s hoping for one with Stevie.'

The Superstition singer will kick off his 11-date tour - in which he performs his 1976 album Songs In The Key Of Life - on November 6 at Madison Square Garden in New York.


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