Fergie is pregnant, expecting baby with Josh Duhamel
Fergie is pregnant!
The Black Eyed Peas songstress, whose real name is Stacy Ferguson, and her actor hubby, Josh Duhamel, 40, are expecting a baby.
Fergie, 37, posted a pic confirming her new lovely lady lump via Instagram.
“Josh & Me & BABY makes three!!! #mylovelybabybump,” she captioned a photo of two kids and a cat that seems to be her and Duhamel as babies, Photoshopped together. Duhamel, the “Safe Haven” star she married in 2009, echoed the tweet.
Skeptics can assume this just means they’re getting a baby kitty ...
Rumors have been swirling about the couple procreating for a while now, the “Glamorous” singer even hit the “Rachael Ray Show” last September to debunk the rumors.
"[People ask if I’m pregnant] every time I fluctuate a few pounds. Like right now, I’m a couple pounds up,” she said. “Sometimes I go a couple pounds down and I wear the clothes that are more fitted, but people kind of look at me because they’re expecting [that] it’s that time. We do hope for children, and that will be coming up, but it’s not yet.”
In early February, the singer reignited baby rumors again when she was photographed wearing baggy clothes while stocking up on food for a Super Bowl party.
Fergie accompanied her husband at the premiere of his Nicholas Sparks-based flick “Safe Haven” on Feb. 5 wearing a mini black shift dress that concealed any bumps, breaking with the fitted fare we’re use to seeing her in.
The baby news may cramp her style a bit, since she just launched her new wine line with her father. She appeared at a bottle signing for the Ferguson Crest wines at the Wine House in Los Angeles last week. For what it’s worth, her billowy red scarf concealed any trace of a baby bump too. See the pics above.
[For the record, 5:45 p.m., Feb. 18: A previous version of this post interchanged Ferguson and Duhamel’s ages.]
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