Nick Cannon and Abbey De La Rosa have announced they are set to welcome twins to the world in the next couple of weeks.
Abbey, 30, announced to the news to her Instagram followers in a range of photographs and a video, calling the expected arrivals "my miracle babies".
The DJ wrote: "Our dearest sons - my miracle babies, Thank you for choosing me to be your Mommy.
"I know the Lord has destined me and prepared me for the gift of not one but two little angels. I pray that God give you both the strength to walk brave and boldly in your individual truth just like your Daddy.
"That God bless you and your brother and guide you into living out your full purpose."
She continued the post: "Your Dad & I will always be here for you both; in complete unison and support. No matter what this world may throw your way, know that forgiveness is key and what is for you - is for YOU! You both are already so loved and we can't wait to meet you both."
Nick, 40, is yet to comment on the expected arrival of his fifth and sixth child.
In December last year, the presenter welcomed his fourth child, Powerful Queen, to the world after Brittany Bell gave birth to their second child together.
They also have a three-year-old son called Golden.
The US Masked Singer host is the ex-husband of Mariah Carey and also shares nine-year-old twins - son Morocco and daughter Monroe - with the singer.
Nick and Mariah were married between 2008 and 2016 before going their separate ways.
The presenter received a huge backlash for his comments last year about antisemitic conspiracy theories and his views of white people.
The comments led to him being ditched by ViacomCBS who aired his TV show, Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out, on MTV – meaning the star was ultimately fired from his own show – in light of his comments about the Jewish community.