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Two details you might have missed the first time you watched ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ that stirs up the shocking revelation of the ending

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever reveals that T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) and Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) had a son, Prince T’Challa (Konadu-Sun’s divine love), in its only final scene.

While the news of Prince T’Challa – who goes by the nickname “Toussaint” to live a normal life in Haiti – may have come as a surprise, the character’s reveal was hinted at within a few moments in the “Black Panther” sequel.

In fact, the end-credits scene isn’t even Touissant’s first appearance in the movie. He actually appeared earlier in the movie during a scene that gets a little more emotional upon the second viewing.

Here’s where to keep an eye out while watching ‘Wakanda Forever’.

1.It is possible that Queen Ramonda was trying to tell Shuri about her nephew early in the movie.

Two details you might have missed the first time you watched 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' that stirs up the shocking revelation of the ending
Queen Ramonda’s important conversation with Shuri gets derailed by Namor. 
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Within a second hour, it becomes clear that both Ramonda and Nakia were trying to find the right time to introduce Shuri to her nephew.

Early in the film, Queen Ramunda said to Shuri, “There’s something I want to tell you about your brother.”

Before she could say anything else, Ramonda snapped at the entrance to Namor and the mother and daughter never returned to their discussion. You might leave the stage wondering what Ramunda would say to Schori.

When you watch the movie again, it turns out that Ramonda was probably trying to tell Shuri about T’Challa’s secret son with Nakia.

It’s possible that Nakia was trying to pass the news on to Shuri as well. At the beginning of the movie, we learn that she has been trying to communicate with Shuri several times to no avail. Shurey rejects her calls again and again.

2.Touissant appears earlier in the movie

Two details you might have missed the first time you watched 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' that stirs up the shocking revelation of the ending
Divine Love Konadu-Sun was seen with Letitia Wright at the European Premiere of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” in Leicester Square in London on November 3, 2022. 
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When Queen Ramonda first arrived in Haiti to speak with Nakia, a group of schoolchildren approached her.

Look closely. Touissant is the young child who approaches Ramonda first to bring her to his mother.

He even has a line, cleverly asking Queen Ramunda if she’s there to see the headmistress, rather than referring to Nakia as his mother, in order to keep their relationship hidden.

Since Queen Ramunda’s death earlier in the movie, she initially left the movie believing that it was unfortunate that the two had not been shown on screen together. When you realize that the movie showed their relationship in a subtle way, it makes that small moment between grandma and grandson even more emotional on second viewing.

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