- Crystal Smith penned an emotional letter for her upcoming daughter a day after she asked fans to pray for a smooth delivery given her previous pregnancy-related health scare
- She informed the girl, whom she calls Princess Smith, that she is already loved and the family is looking forward to welcoming and seeing her beautiful face
- Ne-Yo, who is a father to five children in total, recently announced that he will not be getting any more children
Crystal Smith, the wife of singer and songwriter Ne-Yo has penned an emotional letter for her upcoming daughter.
This comes a day after she asked their fans to pray for a smooth delivery given her previous pregnancy-related health scares.
NeYo and Smith have two sons together, but they have been looking forward to a daughter.
"Dearest Daughter. I have prayed for you (my mini) for many years but God knew I needed a little practice before you blessed us with your love. Practice being soft mixed with slightly rough edges. Practice being calm in the midst of all storms. Practice walking with grace in cruel circumstances. Practice in learning to love me fully and whole so that I can be an example for you," she wrote.
She went ahead to start that the long wait has made her realize it was necessary for her to grow up a lot before she could raise what she knows will become an amazing woman one day.
The 31-year-old added that carrying the pregnancy for the past six months has changed her in so many ways and that she will be better because of the young angel they are expecting.
She informed the girl, whom she calls Princess Smith, that she is already loved and the family is looking forward to welcoming and seeing her beautiful face.
"I finally got my girl," she concluded.
Ne-Yo, who is a father to five children in total, recently announced that he will not be getting any more children as much as his wife is against him undergoing vasectomy.
The So Sick hitmaker had announced in February 2020, that he had been planning to divorce his wife, Crystal Renay.
The star said the lockdown measures imposed due to the global pandemic have given them time to work on their differences.
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