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HTGAWM Star Karla Souza Latest Celeb to Have a Surprise Baby

How to Get Away with Murder star Karla Souza became the latest celebrity mom to have a surprise baby.

Like Annna Kornokiva and Enrique Iglesias before her, the 32-year-old actress managed to keep her entire 40 weeks Of Pregnancy a secret.

She surprised fans Thursday night when she Instagrammed a photo of herself well into her pregnancy, writing in English and Spanish, “So I have something to share with you guys ?.”

She followed up with a photo of herself cradling her brand new baby.

Congrats!!

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God blessed us ?? Dios nos bendijo.

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She welcomed a baby girl with banker husband Marshall Trenkmann, who she married in 2014.

Among others who kept it mum until giving birth are Laura Linney, Lost star Evangeline Lily who kept her pregnancy secret for close to nine months before paparazzi spotted her pregnant in Hawaii. Similarly, back in 2009, Jennifer Hudson managed to conceal her pregnancy until she was about 8 months along before a snoop with a camera spotted her with a massive pregnant.  Adele, Jennifer Lopez and several others kept it quite for 5 months or more.

Viola Davis’ Daughter Won Halloween with Her Tribute to Mom Costume

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Cuteness alert!

Viola Davis‘ daughter Genesis Tennon decided for Halloween to dress as her mom accepting her Emmy Award this year for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for her role as Annalise Keating on How to Get Away With Murder.

“So…..the Elsa costume? Didn’t work for her,” Davis wrote on Facebook on Saturday. “The Pirate? A no go. So she finally said, ‘I just want to be YOU mommy’! So… uhh…..this is ME.”

So adorbs and inspiring! When the film actress nabbed the award, she became the first African American woman in history to collect the honor. Wow, right? It’s 2015.

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Davis is also a hero for the natural hair movement among Afro-wearing population of women and young girls across the African diaspora.

I’m included! About a month ago, I wrote a post in my hair blog about being Viola Davis which ended with me saying that the next person who asks me what’s going on with my hair when they see it worn out in its natural state, that I am going as Viola! Glad I’m in good company with those motivated by Davis.