Fans of Beyonce have been hearing rumors that the singer might be pregnant from every publication and online column across the Internet (including this one) for at least a year. But according to Us Weekly, the wolf crying may finally be over, as the popular magazine claims that the singer is indeed pregnant. And this time, they seem pretty confident.
An unrevealed Us Weekly source says that Beyonce’s pregnancy came as a surprise to everyone, including Beyonce herself.
“B was shocked. She loves kids, but she wasn’t ready to be a mother just yet,” says a source of the singer, who married rapper Jay-Z in 2008. “She really wanted to get her album done and tour the world again.”
Us Weekly also has a quote from Beyonce’s sister Solange, who has a six-year-old daughter of her own.
“She’s got the most beautiful heart,” Solange tells Us. “She’ll be a great mom.”
Beyonce married Jay-Z in 2008. And while the couple isn’t spotted together enough for the paparazzi’s liking, they did come together to perform “Forever Young” on stage at he Coachella Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif earlier this year.
So what do you think? Is Beyonce finally pregnant after months and years of rumors? Or are fans about to be set up for yet another okie-doke? Voice your thoughts below.
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