Rihanna Tweets Cute Video Holding Son: 'Look Who Don't Want Mommy to Work Out'

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Rihanna and A$AP Rocky welcomed their son in May 2022, and are currently expecting their second child together

Kevin Mazur/Getty for Roc Nation; Rihanna/Twitter
Kevin Mazur/Getty for Roc Nation; Rihanna/Twitter

Rihanna has the cutest interruption to her exercise routine.

The "Diamonds" singer, 35, shared an adorable video holding her 10-month-old son, writing, "Look who don't want mommy to workout."

While her face is offscreen, the soon-to-be mom of two can be seen wearing a black sports bra from her brand Savage X Fenty as she caresses her baby boy with one hand.

Rihanna/Twitter
Rihanna/Twitter

Wiggling around, the little boy watches a program in the distance with a big smile, while his mother pleads, "Please."

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The musician and her partner A$AP Rocky welcomed their son last May and are currently expecting their second child together.

A source told PEOPLE in February, "The main focus right now is on her family. She loves spending time with her son."

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"She loves being a mom so this is where her mind is at the moment," added the insider. "She is the happiest she has ever been."

A rep for Rihanna confirmed her second pregnancy to PEOPLE following the Super Bowl, where she revealed a baby bump during the halftime show in a head-to-toe red outfit.

At the time, a second source told PEOPLE that she was "super excited to confirm" her pregnancy during her big moment.

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"Rihanna has so many things she is grateful for. She is ecstatic about how her show went," said the insider. "She felt great about performing again."

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