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Maluma is making a sweet show of affection for his baby-to-be.
While out on Thursday at the Latin Grammy Awards 2023 red carpet in Seville, Spain, the Colombian singer, 29, kissed his girlfriend Susana Gomez’s pregnant belly.
The first-time father, who performed a medley of hits from his latest album Don Juan, was nominated for two awards for his salsa single “La Fórmula” with Marc Anthony for Record of the Year and Best Tropical Song.
Dressed in a custom AMIRI tux, Maluma leaned over to plant the smooch while cradling the interior designer’s belly with his hand. He accessorized with a pair of gloves that matched Gomez’s purple off-the-shoulder gown.
Linked since 2020, the typically private couple first announced their pregnancy last month in the global artist’s music video for his song “Procura.”
During his Washington D.C. concert at the Capital One Arena, he showed the audience his new music video for the first time and sat down on the stage to watch it as it premiered. Fans got a first glimpse of the pair’s intimate moments showing his growing family along with the sex reveal of his baby girl.
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Maluma spoke generally of wanting a life partner in his 2020 single “ADMV,” which stands for Amor De Mi Vida (Love of My Life), and spoke about the meaning with PEOPLE at the time.
“That song I wrote because I want that in my life,” he shared of the single, which is about a couple growing old together. “That’s a song that I could say, ‘Yeah, I want to get old and have a family.’ … That’s one of my biggest dreams — getting old with someone next to me and giving my life to someone.”
Three years later, he manifested that dream, and even shared the baby’s name in an interview with NPR, saying, “Paris, our beautiful daughter, she’s growing inside her mom’s belly and she gives me many reasons to keep dreaming… She’s everything to me right now.”