*Inquiring minds want to know if Towanda Braxton is pregnant — but she’s not ready to spill the tea just yet.
“You guys gonna have to see very soon what is happening with that,” she teased to Page Six. “When it happens, it happens and … if it is happening, it is happening. You guys are gonna have to just wait and see.”
The “Braxton Family Values” star has a 14-year-old son and a 13-year-old daughter with ex-husband Andre Carter — and admits she’s wants to have another girl.
“It’s a cold world out there and I feel like every girl should have a sister,” she said.
Meanwhile, Braxton is getting into the beauty industry with her own line, Ladybug Skincare.
“I’ve always had skin envy. I was very big on the way my skin looked and my body looked,” she told Page Six Style.
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Braxton teamed with Glow Skin Enhancement founder Charlotte Wilson, who backed Ladybug Skincare.
“I did a VIP [treatment] with her and I didn’t realize my skin was supposed to feel like it was having an orgasm,” Braxton recalled.
Her line includes seven products priced at $99 for the travel-size kit and $199 for the larger bundle.
In addition to releasing her skincare collection, Braxton has been quarantining with her boyfriend, music producer Sean Hall.
“We have been spending quarantine together,” she said. “He did not want me to do quarantine alone so he came here. It’s been going great.”
In her interview with Page Six, she also spoke about the death of George Floyd and shared her fears for her teenage son.
“Before he leaves the house I will tell him, ‘Listen, whenever you get pulled over, whether you’re walking or riding your bike or when you start driving, you always comply with the police officers. When they tell you to do something say, ‘Yes sir, no sir, just follow the instructions.’”
Braxton added, “But now, it’s like, what do I tell him now because George Floyd was following instructions. He was doing everything he supposed to be doing and he was murdered. So what do we tell our young black men now?”