Comic actor and Musician , Nick Cannon has a thing or two to teach Beyonce about raising twins.
Nick Cannon has some wisdom to share with soon-to-be-mother Beyoncé.
Cannon who hosts America’s Got Talent show in a recent interview with PEOPLE shared some twin parenting tips.
He described how the relationship between them almost does some of the parenting for him and ex-wife Mariah Carey.
Nick’s advice is coming just after Bey broke the internet with her amazing pregnancy photos, announcing she’s expecting a baby.
36-year-old Cannon advised Beyonce saying:
“Beyoncé: twins, for the first two years, very difficult.
“After that, it’s like … they operate themselves. They have each other, so you don’t have to worry about it.”
“When you have one kid, you want to make sure they have a playmate. Twins help each other.”
Nick Cannon is the father of 5½-year-old Moroccan Scott and Monroe, twin daughters from ex-wife Mariah Carrey.
“My twins are so amazing. They make sure each other don’t get in trouble, they snitch on each other.
“I’m trying to [enact] the ‘stop snitching’ policy in my house.”
“[But] if someone’s doing something wrong, even in school, they have each other, so it’s amazing.”
Cannon Shares Parenting Tip With Beyonce On Raising Twins
Throwing a slight jab at Bey, Cannon shared on his Instagram handle saying:
Cannon also announced he too is expecting a baby boy with former Miss Arizona U.S.A. Brittany Bell.
He further clarified that raising twins is not as difficult as most people make it up to be.
“I don’t think that’s stressful … because everybody’s so elated about a new baby, it’s after the fact.
“The terrible twos is when I go, ‘I can’t take this no more.’ So I’m nervous about that, but the beginning part … you’re on a blissful high at that point.”
An excited Cannon disclosed what makes him most excited about becoming a dad for the second time?
“Another little boy. I want a fighter.
“My son, Roc … I made him a tough dude. I like tough. I like to box, we do martial arts.”
He added that ir would be a lot of fun for him to have a boy to play and ‘roughhouse’ with.