November 23, 2022 | 3:13pm

Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell’s son Messiah Rise is photoshoot ready.

The former Miss Guam — who also shares son Golden, 6, and daughter Powerful Queen, 23 months, with the “Wild ‘N Out” host — shared a carousel of sweet snaps from her 2-month-old’s newborn photoshoot, along with a heartfelt poem.

“My Rise came right on time,” she wrote Wednesday. “Calling me higher in challenges of darkness to a renewal of Sunshine. My Rise is patient and full of growth.

The mom of three shared the sweet snaps from the newborn photoshoot on social media.

“My Rise has hints of Golden Warrior and Powerful Queen,” Bell continued. “My Rise is full of smiles and a joy I’ve never seen. My Rise is placed by God and is full of His presence. My Rise was meant for such a time as this and gives me a peace from Heaven.”

In the photos, Bell, 35, and the infant matched in all-white outfits as she held him on her lap and breastfed him while laying on a bed covered in white bedding. She also shared pics of Rise Messiah laying on a Bible that was open to Psalms 91.

Aside from fathering Bell’s three children, Cannon, 42, is also a dad to eight more kids with five other women.

The “Masked Singer” host shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, and twins Zion and Zillion, 17 months, and daughter Beautiful, 1 week, with Abby De La Rosa.

He is also dad to daughter Onyx, 2 months, with Lanisha Cole and son Legendary, 4 months, with Bre Tiesi.

The former Miss Guam and the “Wild ‘N Out” host share three kids together.

The former Miss Guam and the “Wild ‘N Out” host share three kids together.

The former Miss Guam and the “Wild ‘N Out” host share three kids together.

Instagram/Brittany Bell

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Cannon is currently expecting his 12th child and second with model Alyssa Scott. The pair were also parents to son Zen, who sadlylost his battle with brain cancerwhen he was only five months old.

When asked if more little Cannons would be joining the family tree soon, the “Drumline” actor played it coy, telling Billboard last week, “I don’t know, man. I have no idea. I think I’m good right now!”