Princess Love and Ray J Norwood‘s newborn son apparently is his mother’s twin.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” couple welcomed their baby boy Epik Ray Norwood into the world on December 30. On Friday, the second-time mother took to Instagram and uploaded a photo of baby Epik lying in her arms. The 3-week-old’s eyes were wide open while Princess took the snapshot.
“Big boy,” the mother of two captioned the post, along with one eye-heart emoji.
Love received over 243,000 likes on her post. Several fans also commented on how much baby Epik resembled her.
“Now he looks just like you what a Joy a Beautiful Boy! 😍,” one person remarked.
A second fan added, “Princess Jr 💚.”
Another remarked, “Looks so much like u ❤️😍”
A fourth wrote, “Mommy’s twinn 😍”
One person even noted the infant looked like his big sister, 1-year-old Melody Love.
“Awww he is so cute😘😘 looking like is sister god bless him! @princesslove,” the person wrote.
Baby Epik is Princess and Norwood’s second child. They welcomed Melody in May 2018.
The birth of their second child came a few weeks after the pair carried out a very public marital spat on social media. Princess claimed her husband left her and their 1-year-old daughter stranded in Las Vegas, Nevada, after the 2019 Soul Train Awards in November to party with friends. He, however, denied her claims.
Nearly a week later, the couple reconciled and were seen celebrating at their baby shower together.
During a recent interview with In Touch magazine, Norwood gave an update on his marriage. He claimed their relationship was at a “standstill.”
“We love each other and our relationship matters, definitely, but right now the kids are the only thing that matters,” the new father said. “In relationships, you know you go through ups and downs, and so I think we just have to make sure going through the ups and going through the downs, that in this time we stick together to make sure that the kids are safe and happy and comfortable, and find the rhythm.”
“Keep us in your prayers — God will make it work,“ the “One Wish” singer added.