LeAnn Rimes Pregnant? Is LeAnn Rimes Trying To Hide A Baby Bump?
Brandi Glanville will be fuming once she hears that LeAnn Rimes could possibly be pregnant to her ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian. Yup – it looks like the singer and her hubby have finally decided to start a family of their own, which would explain why Rimes has been in a desperate attempt to gain weight,- to help the conception progress. LeAnn was spotted shopping in Los Angeles earlier this week, wearing a baggy red shirt, which instantly raises suspicion what she could possibly want to hide underneath it. Perhaps a baby bump?
It wouldn’t be far from the truth when you take into consideration what she recently told E! News about becoming a mother herself one day. She said: “Eddie and I talk about having kids and I would love to be a mom,” she said. “I didn’t ever want to bring a child into the world without taking care of myself. And that was another reason I decided to go (into treatment)”
Okay, so we’ve already established that she definitely wants kids of her own, so could it be that Eddie finally got his wife knocked up? Photos from RadarOnline definitely prove so; the 30-year old not only wore a baggy t-shirt, she also dyed her hair to dark brown — possibly trying to keep herself out of the spotlight and to fool the paparazzi by making them not realize who is hiding underneath that new hair ‘do. Ha. If she was indeed pregnant and tried to cover up her baby bump, surely that must mean she has been knocked up for quite some time – months, perhaps – since you don’t start showing immediately. Wowza! It all makes sense now.
Meanwhile, in a recent interview with Access Hollywood, Eddie’s ex-wife, Brandi Glanville made it perfectly clear that LeAnn is one hell of a disrespectful woman towards her; she hates the fact that Rimes sends her messages like “chilling with your kids right now” in a spiteful way to make her feel jealous. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star explains that until LeAnn has kids of her own, she can not understand how hurtful she can be with those kind of “arrogant” comments: “I don’t think we’ll be friends, but I hope we can coexist peacefully. Once she has a child of her own, I think she will understand boundaries and what’s respectful to do and how to handle things a little better.i
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