Fans wonder if Tamron Hall is pregnant again. She gave birth to her only child, Moses, in April 2019. Tamron is yet to confirm her second pregnancy.
Tamron Hall, a television host & personality, donned two Halloween outfits in a recent broadcast of her chat show on 29th October 2021.
Tamron's attire, like Cardi B's at the BET Awards 2021, comprised a black bodysuit lavishly embellished with big rhinestones.
Later in the same episode, she sported a dress inspired by Naomi Campbell's appearance at Vivienne Westwood's 1993 Fall-Winter catwalk display in Paris.
Is Tamron Hall Pregnant Again?
Tamron Hall received positive feedback from fans worldwide while wearing a hip-length black wig and a bodysuit that was strangely similar to Cardi B's Dolce & Gabbana outfit.
Cardi donned the famous look at the BET Awards on June 27, 2021, just a day before announcing her pregnancy on Instagram. So, does the attire also serve as a hint? Tamron, are you pregnant again?
Tamron debuted a second look influenced by Naomi Campbell later on in the episode, which included white tights, a knee-length checkered skirt, a royal purple overcoat with a clasp, and a hot pink fluffy boa.
Naomi welcomed her first child in May 2021. Meanwhile, Tamron gave birth to her first and only child, Moses, in April 2019. She has yet to inform fans of her pregnancy.
Tamron Hall was Rocking Fake Pregnancy Belly Throughout the Tamron Hall Show
Tamron regularly posts photos of Moses, her first child with Steve Greener, on Instagram.
In March 2021, she and the film producer, whose credits include Starting Under (2008), Welcome to the Family (2010), Love Thy Sister (2015), and others, celebrated their second wedding anniversary.
Tamron Hall is Open about IVF Complications
In numerous interviews, Tamron Hall highlighted the mental and physical hardships of trying for a baby. She said in an interview with People that she was hesitant to announce the pregnancy update for some time.
I was high-risk, not just because of my age, but there were other medical factors too. My doctor said, 'This is your body, your health. You share of your journey what you want to share.'
I was terrified I would lose this baby, and I would have to go back and tell everyone that now it was bad news, and after this pregnancy had gone so far. I just wasn't mentally prepared to deal with that. That’s why I waited. And trust me — if I could've gone the whole way to delivery, I would've.
Tamron discussed how the public's opinion of infertility has shifted over the years in a different interview with Allure.
Clearly, there has been a stigma associated with fertility in general. The stigma has certainly been beaten back and debunked. We're more willing to show these sides of ourselves. But we don’t talk about the mental health aspect of it enough, the loneliness enough, because it's easy enough to hide these things and make it about the physical nature of it.
But, for me, it's a whole-body experience and a whole journey that can be shared.