Tamar Braxton, the 36-year-old singer-songwriter and reality television star, may be looking to film her labor and delivery for television cameras despite her husband's protest.
Braxton and her music executive husband Vince Herbert are expecting their first child but may have different views about how to share the experience with fans on their joint reality television show "Tamar & Vince."
"My husband's not comfortable with any of this ... I think we're going to let them in as much as we can," Braxton told Hiphollywood.com recently. "You don't want to bring your viewer all the way to the point where you went through in vitro, then it didn't happen like that and it happened naturally. I just think it's a story to tell and not to tell the whole story is kind of unfair."
Braxton first revealed her pregnancy on "Good Morning America" after documenting issues with fertility on her reality television show. She told told the morning talk show about the couple waiting to announce their pregnancy to the world until they were ready.
"Vince and I [were] told we were going to have fertility problems- it was a lot of information- so we had to get comfortable with the fact that it happened on its own," Braxton said on "GMA" earlier this year. "We decided [not to announce the pregnancy] until we were both really okay with it- that's why we waited."
Despite a previous interview of Braxton's best friend and singer-songwriter Tameka "Tiny" Cottle referring to the unborn child as a "he" earlier this year, the mother-to-be refuses to confirm if the gender is indeed true. Instead, she found Cottle's possible reveal amusing.
"I seen [the slip up] and cracked up. I thought it was funny. I can't confirm or deny because I don't want to tell anybody," she told HipHollywood.com. "You can believe whatever you wanna believe. What I will says is, until you hear from me, you should believe what I say!"
Still, Braxton said she loves her best friend who will also help plan her baby shower.
"Tiny, I love her to pieces. She's crazy. She's so fun," Braxton told HipHollywood.com "I don't think it was malicious. I won't hold anything against her because I don't think she spilled any beans."