Nikki Bella may not be an active member of the current WWE roster but there’s no denying about her popularity within the WWE Universe. She is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated female professional wrestling athletes as well as a mainstream star courtesy of her stint on shows like Total Divas, Total Bellas, Dancing with the Stars, and many other ventures. The Queen of Bella Army is now pregnant amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Going by the updates provided by Nikki Bella on her social media page, she is just three weeks due alongside her twin sister Brie Bella who is two weeks apart. On a rare occasion, both the Bella Twins are pregnant at the same time and should become proud mothers in the month of August.
It will be a first-time experience for Nikki Bellas whereas Brie already has Birdie Joe Danielson with husband Daniel Bryan who is three years old.
Nikki Bella did have a bumpy road when it comes to relationships and motherhood but it’s good to see her finally being happy and fulfilling her dream to have a baby, thanks to her fiancée Artem Chigvintsev.
Meanwhile, she just can’t stay away from the WWE scene, being an ambassador for the company especially this week when WWE is celebrating the Women’s Evolution week. The Bella Twins are arguably one of those names to start the whole process and they recently appeared on WWE’s The Bump to talk about the journey.
Both Brie and Nikki Bella played an integral part in the Women’s Evolution. Some may not agree with it but they did exceed the WWE Universe’s expectations since their arrival in 2008.
The panel on the YouTube conversation asked the twins what it feels like to be two of the frontrunners of this movement. Both of them agreed that they were part of something monumental. It gives them goosebumps while just thinking about it.
“I can’t believe it’s been five years,” Brie began. “We came in during an amazing time. We saw many women before us wanting change. So many women put in their blood, sweat and tears to make this happen. To be part of the forefront, it gives me goosebumps.”
“When you put your blood, sweat, and tears into something and you see this vision of women wanting equality of change and wanting to see women do better, [then you see it], it gave me fulfillment,” Nikki Bella added.
The Bella Twins were the ones to welcome the Four Horsewomen to the WWE Universe back in 2015. Nikki noted that she was more than happy to see that WWE chose those four women were to represent a powerful movement in women’s wrestling that is still growing.