Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Keshia Knight Pulliam, Ed Hartwell are Expecting; Ex Lisa Wu Talks Co-Parenting with Keshia (Watch)

Ed Hartwell, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Lisa Wu
Ed Hartwell, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Lisa Wu

*A former Cosby kid is about to have a kid of her own.

Keshia Knight Pulliam and her husband Ed Hartwell are in a family way, as revealed over the weekend via Instagram.

Surprise!!! We have a new addition coming soon… Tune into #KandidlyKeshia this week for the details!!

A photo posted by keshiaknightpulliam (@keshiaknightpulliam) on

The newlyweds, who got married quietly this past January, are having a baby girl.

The actress showed off her baby bump at a surprise shower she threw over the weekend to tell her friends of the news.

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Her good friend and entrepreneur Ariane Simone shared a pic from the gathering and added the caption, “I knew today was special when I woke up! I thought I was going to Keshia’s for family dinner and to watch Power and was surprised with a Baby Reveal! We’re having a baby! Congrats to @edhartwell & @keshiaknightpulliam on your new addition! So excited!”

Meanwhile…

Hartwell has an 8-year-old son, EJ, with his ex and former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” tar Lisa Wu. She was asked Friday (before Keshia’s baby news broke) to share her feelings about having to co-parent their son with Keshia, particularly after expressing that she was blindsided and hurt by having to learn about their marriage via EJ.

“We are actually great. After I got it out and addressed it, it’s fine. EJ’s happy, that’s all I care about. I was disappointed, but life moves on,” she told HipHollywood.

As for co-parenting with Pulliam, the reality star and “Hollywood Divas” producer explained, “We will probably end up being like Bruce Willis and Demi Moore and their situation, you know how you blend?”

She added, “When you do that and you mend — there’s no hate going on. It’s just the way that I found out about it. Other than that, my son is happy. He likes her. That’s all that matters. She’s great to my son, then I’m great to her. If she wasn’t, then there would be a problem.”

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