Meghan Trainor Is Pregnant, Expecting Baby No. 2 With Husband Daryl Sabara

Meghan Trainor is adding a new title to her resume: mom of two. The singer announced that she's expecting her second baby with husband Daryl Sabara. Watch the sweet reveal below.

By Jess Cohen Jan 30, 2023 2:16 PMTags
Watch: Meghan Trainor Reveals She's Pregnant With Baby No. 2

We're all about this announcement: Meghan Trainor is pregnant!

The "Made You Look" singer is expecting her second baby with husband Daryl Sabara, she revealed on Today while also announcing her debut book Dear Future Mama. "I'm pregnant!" Meghan, who shares son Riley, 23 months, with Daryl, said via Zoom on Jan. 30. "We did it!"

Along with her sonogram photos, Meghan also shared that their second child will be arriving this summer. As for the sex of the baby, the "Me Too" singer, 29, and the Spy Kids alum, 30, know if they're having a boy or a girl, but they're "saving it for TikTok."

Meghan's sweet announcement comes just days before son Riley celebrates his second birthday on Feb. 8. So, does he know he's going to be a big brother? "Yeah," Meghan told the Today co-hosts. "We try to say, 'Baby in mama's belly.' And he just points at his belly now and says, 'Baby.'"

Meghan Trainor and Daryl Sabara: Romance Rewind

Announcing her pregnancy on Today has become a tradition for Meghan, who revealed she was expecting son Riley on the NBC show back in 2020.

"I love announcing my pregnancies with you guys," she told the co-hosts. "You're the best."

And will there may be more baby announcements in Meghan's future? If her previous interview with E! is any indication, there very well might be. 

Back in 2019, Meghan teased just how many kids she wants to have. "I want triplets!" she said at the time. "I want to get it all done at one time and be like, pop them in there. You know what I'm saying? Let's knock it out. Let's do it at once. You and me. I want twins or triplets."


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