Keke Palmer announced she's pregnant in her opening monologue on "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend. As only little details are known about her boyfriend, Darius Jackson, after making their romance Instagram official in 2021, here's everything fans need to know about the soon-to-be dad.

Palmer was excited when she announced her pregnancy, exclaiming that she would be a mom.
Calling their kid a "True Jackson, VP," who is Darius, and how do they meet?

Who is Darius Jackson?

Jackson also goes by the name Darius Daulton, and he works in the fitness and entertainment industries. His fitness bio reveals that he grew up playing different sports and went to Fresno State University on a football scholarship.

The profile also claims he loves to sleep on weekends and see what he can get himself into, like hanging out with his friends and family or watching a movie alone. On the other hand, his social media only contain occasional posts of him traveling, acting, and bonding with his pals, keeping his profile low.

Is Darius Jackson Related to Sarunas Jackson?

The answer is yes. They're siblings, and Darius seems to follow in his brother's footsteps as Sarunas first played sports before he became a star.

Sarunas is known for his role as Alejandro "Dro" Peña on the hit HBO series "Insecure."

What Does Darius Jackson Do?

Darius' bio also reveals that he initially wanted to pursue a career in sports media and even received a "certificate in broadcasting." He also used to have his own YouTube channel, though it was reportedly taken down, per Us Weekly.

In addition, Palmer's baby daddy has a new movie coming up, "Dawn of the Predator," Page Six noted.

How Did Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson Meet?

Palmer and Darius reportedly met at Issa Rae and Diddy's Memorial Day party in 2021 and have kept their relationship private since.

They then made their romance Instagram official in August 2021, though they had deleted almost all of their photos together in the spring.

Keke Palmer's Pregnancy Announcement

Palmer announced she was pregnant during her "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut. She called her stint "special," confirming the rumors that she was already heavy with a child.

She then ripped off her jacket and showed her baby bump. The soon-to-be mom later explained that it was bad when people on the internet spread rumors about her and worse when they were true.