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Just days after revealing her baby bump during her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Rihanna revealed new details about her pregnancy.

The 34-year-old Barbados native unveiled her cover photo for British Vogue on Wednesday, featuring her, boyfriend A$AP Rocky and their infant son, who was born in May 2022. 

She shared the cover on Wednesday morning, but later on Wednesday evening she shared even more snaps, and revealed she didn’t know she was pregnant with her second child when posing for those stylish snaps.

The new snaps showed RiRi in a black strapless dress, laying on a bed with her son, another with her holding her son wrapped in a blanket and another with her standing over her son in a bassinet.

‘My son so fine! Idc idc idc! How crazy both of my babies were in these photos and mommy had no clue,’ the singer said in the caption of her post.

New details: Just days after revealing her baby bump during her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Rihanna revealed new details about her pregnancy

New details: Just days after revealing her baby bump during her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Rihanna revealed new details about her pregnancy

Didn't know: 'My son so fine! Idc idc idc! How crazy both of my babies were in these photos and mommy had no clue,' the singer said in the caption of her post

Didn’t know: ‘My son so fine! Idc idc idc! How crazy both of my babies were in these photos and mommy had no clue,’ the singer said in the caption of her post

She also thanked writer Edward Enniful and photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, ‘for celebrating us as a family!’

It’s unclear when the actual photo shoot took place, or when the singer learned she was expecting her second child before revealing her bump on Super Bowl Sunday. 

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She also explained why she decided to perform on Super Bowl Sunday, just four years after turning down the gig in solidarity with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

‘There’s still a lot of mending to be done in my eyes, but it’s powerful to break those doors, and have representation at such a high, high level and a consistent level,’ she said.

Her performance comes a year after the critically-acclaimed halftime show by Dr. Dre., Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar.

‘Two Super Bowls back-to-back, you know, representing the urban community, globally. It is powerful. It sends a really strong message,’ she added.

She also opened up about the responsibility of raising a Black son in today’s world, calling it, one of the scariest responsibilities in life.’

‘You’re like, “What am I leaving my kids to? This is the planet they’re gonna be living on?” All of those things really start to hit differently,’ she said.

Why perform: She also explained why she decided to perform on Super Bowl Sunday, just four years after turning down the gig in solidarity with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick

Why perform: She also explained why she decided to perform on Super Bowl Sunday, just four years after turning down the gig in solidarity with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick

Representing: 'Two Super Bowls back-to-back, you know, representing the urban community, globally. It is powerful. It sends a really strong message,' she added

Representing: ‘Two Super Bowls back-to-back, you know, representing the urban community, globally. It is powerful. It sends a really strong message,’ she added

The singer added that motherhood also emboldened her, leading to her accepting the Super Bowl gig just months after having her first child… and seven years after she last performed on stage.

‘It’s this knowing that you can do anything, even things that seem the craziest, like, “I’m going to say yes to the Super Bowl in the middle of postpartum?”‘ she said

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‘What the heck am I thinking? But you’re geeked on a challenge like that because you know what your body just did. You feel this sense of “Nothing is impossible,”‘ she said.

She added that she was not expecting to be pregnant with her second child when she accepted the gig, adding, ‘It was almost like an out-of-body experience.’

‘I have not been on stage in seven years. Seven years! From zero to Super Bowl? That’s mental,’ she joked.

She admitted the real reason she stepped on the Super Bowl stage was to honor her loyal fans.

‘I want to put on a show. I want to have fun. I haven’t done this in a minute and I’m doing this for the people that love my music, the people that have supported me and gotten me to this place in my career,’ she said. 

‘And who miss me as a musician in particular. It’s me really just getting back onstage – a crazy stage to be back on – but I’m really doing this for my fans,’ she added.

Not expecting: She added that she was not expecting to be pregnant with her second child when she accepted the gig, adding, 'It was almost like an out-of-body experience'

Not expecting: She added that she was not expecting to be pregnant with her second child when she accepted the gig, adding, ‘It was almost like an out-of-body experience’

Fun: 'I want to put on a show. I want to have fun. I haven’t done this in a minute and I’m doing this for the people that love my music, the people that have supported me and gotten me to this place in my career,' she said

Fun: ‘I want to put on a show. I want to have fun. I haven’t done this in a minute and I’m doing this for the people that love my music, the people that have supported me and gotten me to this place in my career,’ she said

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