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Mariah Carey Twin Photos on Hold: Carey, Nick Cannon Looking for Privacy!

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When will we see Mariah Carey twin baby photos?

Fans are looking for Mariah Carey twin photos – when will Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon release photos of the babies?

Well, it sounds like Mariah and Nick are going to make fans wait just a little bit longer!

Nick has shared before that he wants to maintain privacy for the twins, and Mariah agrees.

Look at Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon’s twins’ nursery ceiling photo!

In a new interview, Mariah Carey talks about being mommy to twin babies Moroccan and Monroe, and, while she dishes on her decision to have children and Nick’s role as a dad, she is also pretty clear about one thing: they are looking for privacy.

While Mariah discusses the need to balance the “glitz and glamour” of their life with “keeping them grounded,” Carey says, “One thing I’m sure of is that I’ll be grateful for the twins every day, no matter what.”

Nick, she says, “already has this natural talent with children,” adding, “He’s so nurturing, loving and fun. He definitely will be a hands-on dad.”

On the subject of Mariah Carey sharing twin photos anytime soon, she notes, “I’ve been trying to hold on to a shred of privacy. It’s been a long journey and it’s been tough. But this is a whole new beginning and I’m beyond excited about it.”

Carey also shares that she’s trying to take it easy, work-wise, noting, “I am looking forward to spending quality time with the babies and Nick, and that’s our plan.”

In the absence of baby photos, who do you think the twins look like? Mariah or Nick?

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