- Kayden Coleman has announced that he is pregnant with his second child six years after he had his first baby
- The transgender man says he found out in January that he was seven weeks pregnant
- Kayden, aged 33, and 29-year-old boyfriend Domique says they can't wait to meet baby number two
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A transgender man identified as Kayden Coleman has announced that he is pregnant with his second child, six years after he had his first baby.
Kayden said he found out in January that he was seven weeks pregnant with current boyfriend, 29-year-old Dominique, Mirror reports.
Briefly.co.za recalls that the expecting couple faced backlash from trolls online when they were pregnant with their first daughter Azaelia. Kayden was described by trolls as a monster at the time.
Kayden said: “When Azaelia was born there were a lot of people who said they felt sorry for her and that she would grow up and be confused.
“They said that she should be taken away and called me a monster.
“But it’s important for people to understand that we have full autonomy over our bodies and we should do with it as we please.
“I can’t wait to meet my second baby and Azaelia is so excited about having a little brother or sister.”
In other news, the wedding photos of a beautiful man and his bride have gone viral as they appear to have had the simplest marriage ceremony with no guests sighted in the pictures.
Many wondered if ladies would agree to have such simple weddings, looking at how inexpensive it all looked.
The only two people who were captured in the photos apart from the bride and the groom was the officiating minister, as well as a woman who is thought to be the mother of one spouse.
Apart from the fact that the new Mr and Mrs did not entertain guests at the marriage ceremony, the two also wore simple dresses as though they were just stepping out for a random event.
Perhaps, the most eye-popping part of all was how the groom put on a suit with sneakers instead of formal shoes
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