In the pictures, Rihanna is seen holding Riot while RZA sits on his father’s shoulders. The family of four looks smitten while their firstborn is seen donning the newly released aged silver FENTY x Puma Avanti and tiny-sized leather jacket. The mother is seen with her hair in a curly updo with tendrils framing her face as she leans on a car.
Other images show Riot in all smiles as he is wrapped neatly in a blanket.
In August, the couple introduced Riot Rose to the world. Sources say the Barbadian beauty secretly gave birth to another boy who was born in Los Angeles on Aug. 3. At the time, it was unknown what the child’s name was but according to TMZ, the baby’s name started with an “R.”
It was an epic halftime show this year when the entertainment and business mogul graced her presence in Arizona at the 57th Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. But fans could not help but notice that the Pon de Replay star was strikingly preggers.
At the time, a rep for the 35-year-old confirmed she was indeed pregnant, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In a 13-minute long performance, the billionaire sang some of her greatest hits, including We Found Love, Where Have You Been, Diamonds and Work. Throughout the performance, she hinted at being pregnant after rubbing her belly several times, which sent social media ablaze.
Rihanna, who recently gave birth to a beautiful boy last year, said during the NFL’s halftime show press conference she was unsure if she wanted to confirm performing at the Super Bowl so soon after giving birth to her first child but said that being a mother was her biggest inspiration to get back on stage.
“I was like, ‘You sure? I’m three months postpartum,” she said. “Should I be making major decisions like this right now? I might regret this.’”
“When you become a mom, there’s something that just happens where you feel like you could take on the world — you can do anything,” she continued. “And the Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world, so as scary as that was … there’s something exhilarating about the challenge of it all. It’s important for my son to see that.”