Jeannie Mai Introduces Her & Jeezy's Adorable Baby Girl Monaco Mai Jenkins To The World 

Jeannie Mai Introduces Her & Jeezy’s Adorable Baby Girl Monaco Mai Jenkins To The World 

Back in January Jeannie Mai and Jeezy welcomed their first child together, their baby girl Monaco Mai Jenkins. As Jeannie documented her postpartum journey as a first-time mother, she decided to wait until she shared her daughter with the world.

On Thursday, she introduced her baby girl Monaco for the first time on her “Hello Hunnay,” YouTube series. Before the official introduction, Jeannie shared photos and videos of baby Monaco from the past few months.

Monaco was brought out by Jeannie’s mom and looked adorable in her animal print outfit, which was accompanied by a mustard-colored turban. Before Monaco appeared on camera, Jeannie became emotional and said,

“I got really scared, guarded, and protected. Please excuse the nerves. The new mom anxiety is real and I wasn’t prepared for the hit of it.”

As previously reported, shortly after welcoming their baby, she shared the name of their bundle of joy and explained the meaning behind it.

At the time she explained why Monaco, France is so special to her and Jeezy,

“It’s special because it’s the first place Jay and I traveled to when we were dating, and it was the first place we ever established what was going on with us.”

While pointing to a photo in the baby’s nursery, she added, “This picture was taken in Monaco, France, which is why this nursery is themed after Baby J’s name, Monaco. That’s really the theme of the nursery, is what Monaco is about. Family moments, traveling, discussions, key points in my life, and Jeezy’s life that brought Monaco here.”


Congrats again to Jeannie and Jeezy on their adorable baby girl!



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