Beyonce is reportedly pregnant with her second child, rumored to be a boy. According to Rumor Fix, new pics of the singer at a Nets game earlier this week have surfaced, and some fans say that it’s hard to deny her apparent baby bump. All eyes have been on Bey for weeks, as pregnancy rumors have been circulating quite a bit.
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) January 14, 2015
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, some sources have already confirmed the baby news, just days after Bey posted a strange photo on Instagram. That pic showed the “7/11” singer buried in the sand with a large bump near her mid-section that did not look like it was there by accident. Based on the hand prints in the sand, it certainly looked like someone purposely made a large round mound on Bey, and that this might have been a major hint that she is expecting her second child with husband, Jay Z.
— R&B Music News (@mhq_rnb) January 12, 2015
It is no secret that Beyonce and Jay Z want to add to their family, however, they haven’t confirmed or denied anything just yet. Everyone knows that the two like to make big announcements in big ways (remember the MTV VMAs 2011 when Bey announced her pregnancy by rubbing her belly at the end of her performance?), so it’s likely that there will be some kind of big reveal in the not-so-distant future.
— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) January 13, 2015
According to Life & Style Magazine, Jay Z is said to be particularly thrilled to be having a son, as it is something that he has always wanted. Of course some people don’t believe the rumors at all because of this information. If Bey was actually pregnant, would she already know the sex of her baby? That’s a question many people have been pondering all week.
“There’s no question that he 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,” shared a source.
Do you think Beyonce is pregnant this time?
[Photo courtesy of Invision/AP via the New York Post]