Nick Cannon Plans to Spend Valentine's Day with His 2 Oldest Daughters: 'Just Spreading the Love' (Exclusive)

The father of 12 will spend the annual holiday with Monroe, 12, and Powerful Queen, 3

<p>John Nacion/Getty, Albert L. Ortega/Getty </p> Nick Cannon with daughters Monroe and Powerful Queen.

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Nick Cannon with daughters Monroe and Powerful Queen.

Nick Cannon has special plans in place this Valentine's Day.

The multi-hyphenate star, 43, will spend the annual February holiday with his two oldest daughters — Monroe, 12, who he shares with ex-wife Mariah Carey, and Powerful Queen, 3, who he shares with Brittany Bell.

"Normally what I do, I take my daughters out on that day specifically," Cannon told PEOPLE last month while promoting his new commercial for Buffalo Wild Wings and the chain's "Buy One, Get One Wing" deal.

Noting that his other daughters "don't grasp the concept just yet" of Valentine's Day, given their young ages, The Masked Singer host said he will leave the celebrations to his two oldest girls for now.

"I'm definitely going to do something fun with Monroe and Powerful," Cannon reiterated. "... Just making sure everybody feels loved. No major plans, but just spreading the love."

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Nick Cannon.

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Along with Monroe, Cannon also shares son Moroccan with Carey, 54, plus sons Golden Sagon, 6, and Rise Messiah, 17 months with Bell, 36.

He is also a dad to twins 2-year-old twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir and daughter Beautiful Zeppelin, 15 months, with Abby De La Rosa; son Legendary Love, 15 months, with Bre Tiesi; and daughter Onyx Ice Cole, 17 months with LaNisha Cole.

Cannon similarly has two children with Alyssa Scott — son Zen, who died at five months old in December 2021 after being diagnosed with brain cancer, and daughter Halo Marie Cannon, who was born in December 2022.

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Speaking about what the most rewarding part of being a dad to numerous kids is, Cannon previously told PEOPLE, "Just hearing your kids say, 'I love you, Daddy.' You know what I mean?"

"The first time they say it, whether they're 1 year old or 18 months, to hearing it from your kids that are on the brink of being teenagers, there's nothing better than that," he continued.

When asked to describe the most challenging aspect of raising kids that range in age from infants to almost teens, Cannon said, "My entire life is challenging. I don't live a normal existence, but I embrace it. I love challenges."

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Nick Cannon.

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As for whether he has any plans to welcome any more kids into his large family soon, Cannon told PEOPLE, "I'm chilling right now. There's no plans on the horizon as of yet."

"It's so funny, everybody's always trying to get me to have more kids," he continued. "It's like, 12 ain't enough?"

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