Stevie Wonder is going to be a proud papa -- again. The superstar and his fiancée, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, are reportedly expecting triplets.

Once the three babies arrive, the lauded singer will have a total of 11 children. Radar Online shares the news via the National Enquirer. “Stevie never thought he’d be a father again so late in life,” a source told The Enquirer. "It may not have been planned but now he’s excited!

The 'Songs in the Key of Life' creator had a child with Bracy last year, which apparently flew under the radar. “He’s been going to all the doctor’s visits and scans with Tomeeka. He actually can’t wait until the birth. Stevie missed so much of his other children’s upbringings, he’s vowed to be there for their children and for his soon-to-be new wife,” the source revealed.

Bracy and Stevie apparently live together in Los Angeles, with their child who was born last year. Two years ago, he divorced his ex-wife of 11 years, Kai Millard Morris. They have children together: Kailand, 13, and Mandla, 9.

Stevie wrote his 1976 hit 'Isn't She Lovely' for the birth of his daughter Aisha. Maybe triplets will inspire new music from the 64-year-old legend. Next month he'll embark on an 11-city jaunt dubbed the Songs in the Key of Life Performance Tour. The singer will begin in New York on Nov. 6 and wrap up in Oakland, Calif., on Dec. 5.

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