Is Beyoncé Expecting a Baby Boy as Her Second Child?
Beyoncé and Jay-Z have been the latest couple with the pregnancy rumours flying over their heads lately. And now, a report claims that not only are they expecting their second child, they’re actually expecting a baby boy this time. Read on to learn more details.
According to Hollywood Life, Beyoncé sparked pregnancy rumours due to her photo of being buried in sand by the beach was posted on Jan. 11, 2015. She was seen in the photo with the sand seemingly giving away what looked like a baby bump. Since then pregnancy rumours started spreading out like wildfire.
Though the couple has not yet made any official announcements on whether this rumour is true or not, Beyoncé’s friend and former Destiny’s Child co-member Michelle Williams took it upon herself to deny her friend’s pregnancy rumours while she was guesting at ‘The View’ on Monday, Jan. 12.
But now new rumours have popped up, saying that not only is Beyoncé pregnant, she’ll be having a son. According to InTouch Weekly, the couple, particularly Jay-Z, was thrilled of finally having a baby boy in the family.
A source told InTouch Weekly, “There’s no question that [Jay Z] adores Blue, but he’s felt an emptiness not having a little boy. When they found out the good news, it was like new life was injected into their marriage — Jay is 150-percent invested now. He even revamped his diet — he jokes that he wants to be in shape so he can do dude things with his little boy, like shooting hoops.”
As for Beyoncé, she was reportedly relieved that she’s pregnant again and more so now that it’s going to be a boy. InTouch claims that Beyoncé has almost given up in thinking that she’ll ever be able to give her husband the baby boy he wanted. And finally, she can say that to her friends and family that their family is off to a good start in 2015.
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