Beyonce is pregnant with her second child - at least according to MediaTakeOut.com, that is. In a recent interview with ABC's Amy Robach during a break from her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour in London, Queen Bey admitted that she definitley wants more children, especially since baby Blue Ivy could "use the company." Of course this only helped to refuel such pregnancy rumors... MediaTakeOut claims it even has the baby bump pics to prove it. Do fans really think the "Single Ladies" songstress is preggo with Jay-Z's second baby? Allegedly the couple's currently preparing to make an official baby announcement... at next month's BET Awards!
Apparently, a "qualified" inside source recently confirmed to MediaTakeOut that Beyonce is indeed pregnant. She's allegedly already two months along - she's hoping to hide her "baby bump" from the public's eye until she's out of her first trimester (which is why she's not allowing ANY outside photographers to snap pics during her current concerts and performances). "Only photos that do not show her stomach up close are released to the public," the insider explains.
And here are MediaTakeOut's baby bump pics to "prove" it.
In a recent interview with Amy Robach, Beyonce talked about family and how she'd like to expand the love one day:
"I would like more children. I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely love being big sister [to Solange Knowles]."
Bey goes on to explain that her life's "completely different" since becoming a mom to baby Blue Ivy - but in an awesome way. She's grateful that her life now has "way bigger meaning." She's hoping that she can provide Blue with a fullfilling life... with the love and support of additional siblings (one day):
"I am very protective. I just want to make sure that she can have a healthy, safe, normal life... At the end of the day, you're the exact same person. I still like the simple things."
What do fans think about the pregnant rumors... the BET Awards air on June 30, so stay tuned!© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.