Carey’s Twins’ Names
May 4, 2011 by Post Team
Mariah Carey, 41, and Nick Cannon, 30, welcomed twins last week. Today, after asking her Twitter followers to guess its name, Carey revealed on their official website: Morocco Scott Cannon (his son) and Monroe Cannon (her daughter).
Monroe was the name of Marilyn Monroe, one of the inspirations for Carey. Morocco was derivied from the top floor apartment in New York by Carey, who has a Moroccan-inspired decor and was the site of Cannon’s marriage proposal.
To announce her pregnancy to reveal the names of their children, “it seems that everything related to pregnancy Carey has been an event. Even coined a word for unborn babies -” dembabies “she scribbled in her womb grows along a butterfly, then Twitter a photo of her work to her more than four million followers.
The couple wrapped in a black Rolls Royce – Christmas gift Carey Cannon. Inside, guests sipped champagne Angel (which costs between retailers and 980 and 250 000 per bottle) and Carey gave gifts, including two almost life-size stuffed giraffe and two handmade chairs twins, according to People magazine.
Some parents struggle to build a nursery for their newborn children. Carey equipped two-one in the New York apartment, she and share Cannon and the other at her mansion in Bel-Air, California
Reports claimed the couple spent and between 100,000 and 1,000,000 and in nurseries, including a collection of exotic stuffed animals (the towering giraffes are wrapped and ready to go), and in Bel-Air, a painted ceiling hand with “clouds of pink-orange color in a bright blue sky with gold stars,” as Carey & Lifestyle.
But when they are sleeping in their cribs and 30,000 reported, Carey plans to teach the twins to value other things designer champagne, expensive spa treatments and nurseries in six figures.
“It will be a delicate balance between increased about glitz and glamor and keep them grounded,” he told Life & Style.
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