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WWE Stars Nikki and Brie Bella Deliver Baby Boys One Day Apart
Netizens are showering congratulations to WWE stars Nikki and Brie and telling them that they are ‘always in sync’. The famous twin female wrestlers have given birth to two respective children one day apart and that’s the reason for fans’ adoration. The Total Bellas took to social media to announce that they both have given birth to two baby boys one day apart from one another.
Brie Bella was the first one to announce with, “It’s a BOY!” post:
The baby boy is Brianna Danielson’s (Brie) second child along with hubby Bryan Danielson. They also have a three-year-old baby girl named Birdie Joe. Soon after the new mom took to Instagram, her twin sister Nikki Bella posted a similar image and announced that she gave birth to a baby boy just one day before Brie did.
The journey of Nikki and Brie Bella from wrestling to being moms
Nikki is a new mom to a firstborn with fiancé Artem Chigvintsev. The Dancing with the Stars fame started dating the pro-wrestler from January 2019. They also announced their engagement a year later.
The Bella Twins made their main-roster WWE debuts in 2008. While Brianna retired in 2016, Nikki stuck to the company. The sisters made a surprise appearance at the 2018 Royal Rumble and wrestled quite a few times that year. In March 2019, Nikki informed that she was going to retire from wrestling. In January 2020, Nikki and Brie Bella announced that they were pregnant and their due dates were about two weeks apart.
While speaking to the People, Brie said that the public would take the news a joke as the sisters were both pregnant. They said that they were shocked but most would think that they had planned it. However, she went onto clarify that you can’t plan pregnancy like that.
The Bella Twins have documented their pregnancy journeys on social media and also shared images of twinning with their baby bumps. Well, their babies are sure to grow up as best friends as their mothers are.