Kim Kardashian, LaLa Anthony hold baby shower for Ciara

La La Anthony, Ciara and Kim Kardashian at

La La Anthony, Ciara and Kim Kardashian at Ciara's baby shower. (Credit: Instagram / Kim Kardashian)

Reality-TV stars LaLa Anthony and Kim Kardashian held a baby shower for R&B singer Ciara on Saturday, during a weekend of noteworthy celebrity-infant news.

"Celebrating Ciara's baby shower today with LaLa. #mommymemories," tweeted the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star, 33, posting an Instagram photo of the three of them -- she; Ciara, 28; and Anthony, aka LaLa Vasquez, 34, wife of New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony.

Kardashian's mother, Kris Jenner, posted an Instagram photo of herself and the "Get Up" and "Body Party" singer, captioned, "Ciara, what a fun afternoon at your baby shower!!!!"

Vasquez Sunday tweeted the friends had "the perfect day surrounded by love as we celebrate a blessing coming into this world. Ciara is glowing!!! Makes me and Kim Kardashian so happy to welcome her into the mommy club! I love u."

Earlier this month, Ciara's fiance, the rapper Future, appeared to suggest in a UK radio interview that he and Ciara were having a son, saying, "The baby's listening to music already now. [Ciara] sent me a video while I was over here with the headphones on her stomach. She's like, 'The baby just listened to "Turn on the Lights," the version with me and you.' I said, 'You gotta play the "Anytime" for him, the new one you did. Let him hear that, see how he kick.' And she played it for him and he started kicking crazy."

In other baby news, "Basketball Wives" star Evelyn Lozada, 38, and her fiance, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford, welcomed a son on Saturday, her representative confirmed to People magazine. Isaac Hanson, of the band Hanson, and his wife Nikki had their third child, daughter Nina Odette, on March 11, his rep told Us Weekly yesterday. And model Doutzen Kroes tweeted that she is "almost 6 months pregnant with a girl."

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