Louis Tomlinson’s baby mama Briana Jungwirth sparks dating rumours as she hangs out at Brody Jenner’s house in LA – The Sun

LOUIS Tomlinson’s ex Briana Jungwirth has sparked rumours she's dating Brody Jenner as she hangs out his house in Los Angeles.

Briana – who shares her four-year-old son Freddie Reign Tomlinson with the One Direction singer – looks to have moved on with Caitlyn Jenner's son.

Despite not going public with the relationship, 28-year-old Briana and Brody, 36, set tongues wagging when they uploaded identical videos and snaps on Instagram.

They both looked to be enjoying a day on the beach as they soaked up the sun and watched the waves wash in.

The rumoured couple also shared content of a golf buggy on Brody's huge property.

And they seemed to be enjoying the fresh outdoors and sunny weather – both holding their phones up to the sky to take in the views.

They ended their picture perfect day with a game of giant Jenga in the garden.

The Sun Online has reached out to Briana and Brody's reps.

Briana hooked up with singer Louis in a brief romance in May 2015 after being introduced by mutual friends.

Their relationship began after Louis and long-term lover Eleanor Calder had split.

The brunette, who was working as a stylist when she met Louis, gave birth to their son, Freddie Reign, in January 2016.

She lives in Los Angeles with the youngster and her family close-by to help with childcare duties.

The Sun Online exclusively revealed she and her family had nicknamed Freddie a "miracle baby" and a "gift from God."

Meanwhile Brody, who also lives in LA, is part of the Kardashian-Jenner clan.

He split from his long-term partner Kaitlynn Carter last year when she left him for singer Miley Cyrus.

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Millie Radford reveals baby name at 23 weeks pregnant as she prepares to give birth just months after mum-of-22 Sue

MILLIE Radford has revealed the name she's chosen at 23 weeks pregnant, as she gets ready to welcome her baby girl just months after her mum gave birth.

The 18-year-old announced the name on Instagram, as she shared a clip of sparkly letters spelling out ‘Ophelia’, along with a personalised blanket. 

Millie, who’s due to give birth in September, is the daughter of Sue and Noel Radford, who are Britain’s biggest family with 22 children.

Millie announced her pregnancy just weeks before ‘supermum’ Sue, 44, welcomed baby Heidie. 

Sue, who lives with Noel in Morecambe, Lancs, has a theme with her baby girl names, opting for monikers which end with a similar sound, including Chloe, Katie, Ellie, Aimee, Bonnie, Tillie, Hallie and Phoebe.

But it seems Millie is bucking the trend with her choice, which has already racked up more than 9,000 views online after the mum-to-be shared a post simply entitled “name reveal”. 

Dozens of people have praised her choice, calling the name “unique” , “beautiful” and “gorgeous”. 

Millie has been sharing updates from her pregnancy online, but the teen admitted it hasn’t been what she expected, after social distancing measures were put in place due to the lockdown. 

Sharing a photo of her blossoming baby bump last month, she said: "21 weeks down, 18 weeks to go.

Who's who

SUE and Noel are pictured with all their children, except Chris, 30, and Sophie, 26, who have both left home . . .

  1. . Chloe, 24
  2. Jack, 22
  3. Daniel, 21
  4. Luke, 19
  5. Millie, 18
  6. Katie, 17, holding Archie, two
  7. James, 16
  8. Ellie, 14
  9. Aimee, 13, holding Bonnie, one
  10. Josh, 12
  11. Max, 11
  12. Tillie, nine
  13. Oscar, eight
  14. Casper, seven
  15. Hallie, four
  16. Phoebe, three

"I’m gutted I haven’t had the chance to enjoy this pregnancy like I wanted to because of lockdown…

"No baby shopping, no listening to babies heartbeat, no sharing this experience with my friends or family."

Ophelia was conceived during a six-month relationship, and while the couple are no longer together Millie says the dad has vowed to be a part of her life. 

She previously told Fabulous: “We didn’t use protection. I knew there was a risk of pregnancy but I didn’t think it’d be so easy.”

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Millie – who revealed she’s been craving Babybels – admitted she was worried about breaking the news of her pregnancy to her family. 

Millie said: “My parents have always seen me as the ‘good girl’. They are not strict but I knew that telling them would make it real.

“Thankfully, they weren’t disappointed. They were excited.”

Sue, who was around 32 weeks pregnant with Heidie when Millie revealed her pregnancy, shared her joy at becoming a grandma for the fifth time. 

She wrote on Instagram: “What an exciting year it’s going to be with our baby due in 6 weeks and now a new grand baby due in September!! 

“Congratulations @millieeradfordd you’re going to be an amazing mummy.”

Millie has said she hopes the small age difference will mean Heidie and Ophelia are close growing up.

She said: “It’s weird that my baby will have an aunt who is only five months older. But it means they’ll hopefully be really close.”

Sue and Noel are also parents to Chris, 30, who no longer lives in the family home; Sophie, 26, who has also moved out; Chloe, 24; Jack, 22; Daniel, 21; Luke, 19; Katie, 17; James, 16; Ellie, 14; Aimee, 13; Josh, 12; Max, 11; Tillie, nine; Oscar, eight; Casper, seven; Hallie, four; Phoebe, three; Archie, two, and Bonnie, one.

Sadly, the couple’s 17th child, Alfie, was stillborn in 2014.

In other Radford family news, Noel has shared his very simple and cost effective family recipes.

And Sue showed off the incredible water park she made for her kids during lockdown.

Plus the mum of 22 also shared heartwarming snaps of her kids meeting their newborn sister for the first time.

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Lil Baby Says $5 Million Demand to Record Label Was Just a Joke

Lil Baby has been making headlines the past few years for his massive music success. Recently, however, the Atlanta rapper also made headlines because fans thought that there was a brewing dispute between him and his label, Quality Control.

Lil Baby is one of the top rappers of today

Lil Baby is one of the popular hip-hop artists of the moment. The Atlanta rapper first signed with Quality Control in 2017 and began putting out several mixtapes. During this time frame, He put out songs with Lil Yachty and Young Thug. He also had a moderate hit his single, “My Dawg.” It reached No. 71 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The rapper started to reach a lot of new heights in 2018 when he released the single “Yes Indeed,” which featured Drake. The song garnered him a lot more attention and notoriety, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was on his debut album, Harder than Ever, which was just one of three projects from Lil Baby in 2018. He also put out two mixtapes, Drip Harder (with Young Thug) and Street Gossip. Drip Harder included “Drip Too Hard,” which made it to No. 4 on the Hot 100. Several other songs became hits, including “Close Friends.”

While he didn’t put out a project in 2019, Lil Baby was very active still, releasing songs like “Baby” (with DaBaby) and “Woah,” which were huge hits. The latter was taken from his 2020 album, My Turn, which has been a massive success so far and hit No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. Almost every song from the album appeared on the Billboard Hot 100. A deluxe edition of the album was also released recently.

He says an ultimatum that he gave Quality Control was not serious

On Instagram live late last month, Lil Baby seemingly told his record label, Quality Control, to give him $5 million. If they didn’t give it to him, he said he would go back to “hustling” on the streets.

During the live stream, he said, “It’s either get on Instagram or go to the hood. You know what’s up with me. I don’t want to go to the hood, so I’d rather get on Instagram…I told my label the need to give me $5 million or I’m going to hustle, f**k it.” 

He continued, “I can’t be sitting in no house. Give me $5 million or I’m doing what I do. I know my label cares about me. They don’t want me out got d**n doing no bulls**t.” He clarified that he was not talking about selling drugs when he meant “going to the hood.”

Once people started tweeting about his Instagram live and media outlets began writing about it, Lil Baby took to Instagram, saying that it was all a joke and he wasn’t serious.

On his Instagram story, he wrote, “Tell these people it was a joke!!! How many $5M’s we done ran up? He tagged Quality Control CEO, Pierre “Pee” Thomas, in the story.

On his own Instagram page, Thomas said, “Too Many Times Idiots. Y’all MF’s Love A Story. ‘My Turn’ Deluxe Come Out Friday. Go Run That Up.”

Neither party has made another statement about it so we guess they just wanted to get folks talking during quarantine.

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I delivered my miscarried baby ALONE in hospital after nearly dying of sepsis amid coronavirus – it was horrific

A WOMAN has written a heartbreaking account of delivering her miscarried baby alone in a hospital room, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Ashley Lemieux, from Phoenix, Arizona, was 16 weeks pregnant when she was told she had sepsis – which had spread into her blood from an undiagnosed kidney infection.

Writing for Health.com, the 33-year-old recalled the heart-wrenching moment she was wheeled away from her husband Mike and taken into the hospital, where she would miscarry their son Jayce, in March.

In the piece, Ashley said she started experiencing stomach cramps and pain earlier in the night, but wasn't sure if she should go to A&E because of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Eventually the pain became too much to bear, so she went to hospital – where Mike stayed with her for tests, as it was still "early days" in the pandemic.

But when Ashley went for an ultrasound, the couple were separated for the first time.

She said: "I was terrified—being forced to see whether my baby was alive or not, without my husband's hand to hold."

The couple were told their baby was fine, but Ashley was extremely sick with sepsis and needed to be admitted to hospital.

She continued to deteriorate in hospital, saying she felt like her "entire body was shutting down" after three days.

The next day, she was told the devastating news her baby didn't have a heartbeat.

Ashley said: "Tears streamed down my face. My body went numb. My sepsis had almost taken my life, and it was too much for my pregnancy to withstand—my baby didn't make it because of how sick I was."

She told a nurse she needed to see her husband and she agreed, but the hospital wouldn't allow it.

Instead, she FaceTimed her loved ones for hours, before starting to have contractions the next day.

"I delivered the baby I had just miscarried—my angel boy—alone in a small hospital observation room," Ashley said. "He came fast, so I experienced everything completely by myself—it was the most horrific experience I have ever been through."

Then Ashley was finally reunited with her husband. They said goodbye to their son together and named him Jayce, which means 'healer'.

After giving birth, Ashley struggled looking at her body – admitting she felt "disgusted" by her bump.

But she wants to inspire others by her story, telling other mums-to-be they are strong enough to battle trauma alone – even if they don't feel it.

In related news, this NHS nurse on the coronavirus frontline revealed she’s written her will in case she dies battling Covid-19.

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Was my baby girl struck by children's coronavirus?

Was my baby girl struck by children’s coronavirus? KATE MANSEY thought her daughter was dead when she passed out… only for her to recover but develop a temperature and cough

  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

They were 30 seconds of my life that must have aged me about ten years. My toddler had tried to climb the stairs and as she tumbled down the last couple of steps on her bottom, there was a thud and a cry. A normal part of learning to get about for a child of 20 months.

I picked her up and dried her tears, but then the most unimaginable and unexpected thing happened: as Ivy tried to draw breath for her next wail, she passed out cold. Her head lolled back and she went floppy in my arms.

I called her name, tried in vain to get her to respond and shouted for help. I can still hear the blood-curdling, pit-of-the-stomach sound of a woman screaming ‘My baby! My baby!’ which it later occurred to me must have been my own voice.

I ran up the stairs cradling her and locked eyes with my husband – I’ve never seen him look so scared. We both thought our beautiful daughter must be dead.

Yet within moments she had come back around and was hugging my husband’s neck, panting – an Easter Monday miracle.

We rushed her to the A&E at King’s College Hospital, by which time I was sobbing uncontrollably with sheer relief that she would now get medical attention.

I must have seemed deranged because by now, my little girl was toddling up to the nurses to show them her dolly, her temperature was fine and the consultant said perhaps it was just one of those things that happens to infants from time to time.

They gave us lunch, kept us for three hours of observation and sent us home.

It was only the next day when Ivy developed a temperature and a cough that I wished I had asked them to test her for Covid-19.

For weeks beforehand my son, too, had been experiencing symptoms of the virus that I wouldn’t describe as ‘mild’. And when, last week, NHS leaders issued an urgent nationwide alert to doctors, warning of a more severe ‘coronavirus-related syndrome’ in children, I began to wonder: could this have been it?

I know that other families have seen their children go down with unexpected and sometimes frightening symptoms in the past few weeks before bouncing back. Are children more seriously at risk than we have – so far – been told?

The alert about the new syndrome came from doctors in London and elsewhere in the UK who had noticed a sudden spike in children admitted to intensive care with rashes, convulsions, cardiac inflammation and stomach pain.

The suggestion is that in very rare cases, Covid-19 might cause a child’s immune system to overreact as it battles to fight off the virus. This can lead to a general inflammation of blood vessels similar to Kawasaki disease, a rare condition that usually affects under-fives. It can cause damage to internal organs.

Given what we’d experienced, I began to investigate. At first, the statistics were encouraging. Children seemed largely untouched by the virus. Save for some tragic cases – last month a five-year-old became the UK’s youngest victim – the NHS guidance shows that children, if they do get coronavirus, seem to experience very mild symptoms.

The chances that Ivy had been in danger seemed small.

Children have so far accounted for only between one per cent and five per cent of diagnosed Covid-19 cases worldwide. Mostly they show milder signs of the disease, and deaths among the under-tens are rare. Great Ormond Street experts say about half of children have a fever, 40 per cent have a cough and fewer than ten per cent have gastrointestinal symptoms.

But then came last week’s news that children could not only catch the virus, but that in some rare cases, the consequences are severe. For these children, the immune system, which remains immature right up to adolescence, can become its own worst enemy.

Professor Russell Viner, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH), told me that UK medics were the first to spot the alarming – yet rare – phenomenon and have since discussed their findings with Italian and Spanish doctors who realise with hindsight that they, too, have seen such cases.

‘We’ve seen this in adults, too, though not this exact phenomenon,’ said Prof Viner. ‘The link to Covid-19 isn’t yet proven but we think it’s very likely. However, it’s important to realise that this is not a new mutation of the bug or something we’re worried is going to escalate. It’s an incredibly rare subset, and we know how to treat it.’

He added: ‘These findings are testimony to the way our doctors and researchers work together. It’s just what we’re good at.’

There have been 20 cases in the UK, according to the RCPCH, but with no one sign or symptom.

Dr Mike Linney, paediatrician and registrar at the RCPCH, said: ‘All of these children were extremely unwell, with features suggestive of sepsis such as a persistently high temperature coupled with rapid breathing, cold hands and feet and sleepiness.

‘The other symptoms varied greatly in the different cases.’

It all rings a worrying bell for me. Not long before my daughter’s fainting spell, my five-year-old son suddenly fell ill. Ted woke in the night saying he was ‘not vewwy well’. He had started coughing the day before so, with coronavirus on my mind, I checked his temperature. It was normal, so I wondered whether he was just having a bad dream. Unusually clingy, he grabbed my arm and said: ‘Mummy, don’t leave me.’

Within 20 minutes his temperature rocketed to 40C and his little body (why do children always seem to look so much smaller when they’re poorly?) was shaking violently. He was still clinging on to me as I mouthed over his shoulder to my husband: ‘Oh God, this must be “it”.’

Ted vomited several times – the bathroom, his room, our room. Yet within 24 hours he seemed almost back to his usual self. Almost. But here’s the strangest thing: nearly two weeks later, he still wasn’t well and spiralled down again. This time, his fever lasted seven days and nights and his cough had returned with a vengeance.

He complained of a sharp, persistent pain in his armpit and one in his tummy. He had diarrhoea, barely ate and would fall asleep sitting up in chairs. His breathing was laboured and I would go into his room every hour through the night to check on him.

I made a couple of frantic calls to the GP surgery and had a phone call with a doctor and then, a few days later, a video call with another. Was I missing something? Tonsillitis? Appendicitis? Something that could be treated, I hoped.

Their view was that this was coronavirus, and they said that if his breathing got worse I should call back or, if I was really worried, go to hospital.

The boomerang nature of it shocked me but after a week of being so ill – far worse than last year’s chicken pox or his infant case of hand, foot and mouth disease – the colour gradually returned to his cheeks.

Then, within days of the children being ill, I had the cough, too. There followed a week in bed for me with chest pains and a terrifying sensation that felt like drowning despite being on dry land.

Did we all have coronavirus? None of us was tested, but I’d put money on it.

Certainly, we need to know more about how this virus affects children and, in order for us to successfully emerge from lockdown, how they transmit it.

My two are now completely better, thank goodness. But the biggest worry is that other parents will be lulled into a false sense of security and believe, like I did, that coronavirus is not a big deal for children. The fear is that some won’t seek help when it is needed.

As any good doctor will tell you, parents know their child best. You know what ‘a bit under the weather’ looks like and that it’s a world away from ‘desperately poorly’.

We must remember, too, that there are doctors there to help. As the dedicated team at King’s College Hospital said to me: ‘We’re open for business as usual.’ 

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Spoilers: Baby news, Aaron risks it all, Elly hurt and more in Neighbours

It’s a week of angst in Neighbours as Elly awaits her trial, Mackenzie loses her home and Aaron faces an uncertain future.

It’s the week before Elly Conway’s (Jodi Anasta) trial and she’s doing everything she can to keep her mind in the game. But a shock from Chloe (April Rose Pengilly) threatens to derail everything.

Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) is up to his old tricks once again now that Mannix is back in town, and this time he’s set to pull Aaron (Matt Wilson) into his dark world. This move could far-reaching consequences, is he about to ruin the future for his family?

Aaron’s involvement in Paul’s illegal activities will have a direct impact on his plans for fatherhood. Will this stop him from being a dad?

Mackenzie’s (Georgie Stone) secret is out, will she now be forced to leave Erinsborough for good?

And there’s a nice bit of positivity from the Brennans when Mark (Scott McGregor) reveals his baby news!

Here’s what’s ahead in Neighbours.

Mannix to ruin Paul Robinson?

Paul Robinson is has found himself involved in Mannix’s dodgy world once again and this time it could cost him big. When he learns about Harlow being around when Mackenzie’s apartment is raided he hits the roof, but she has no idea just how deeply involved he is himself. Later, he ropes Aaron in by telling him to deal with the stolen goods he finds hidden at The Shed – and it could have a huge impact on Aaron’s future. What has Paul got himself into?

Will Mackenzie be saved?

The police raid Mackenzie’s flat leaving her and Harlow freaked out. Paul goes off on one at Harlow for her part in it, but they’re missing the point – Mackenzie has now blown her secret and has nowhere to live. She comes clean to the Rebecchis about not wanting to impose on them after Gary’s death, and they’re dismayed she couldn’t come to them. Will they save her from being sent away?

Aaron risks fatherhood plans while Mark has baby news

Mark has huge baby news for the family! And it gets Aaron and David thinking, it’s time they sorted their family situation out. They begin to look into fostering and grow excited at planning a future. But is their bubble to burst? Aaron finds himself being pulled into Paul’s dark world when he is told by his father-in-law to deal with the stolen goods found at The Shed. While Aaron is busy doing stuff for Paul it makes him late for his fostering appointment with David. Could Aaron find himself in a whole heap of trouble after getting roped into handling the stolen stash? And could he put his dreams of fatherhood in jeopardy, especially when David finds out?

Crossed wires for Kyle and Roxy

Roxy and Kyle have completely misread each other. Kyle thinks they’ve agreed to start seeing each other, Roxy thinks they’re still just mates. Awkward. They make plans to hang out and both misunderstand the intentions behind the day. Will these two ever get on the same page?

Elly’s wounded by the truth

The trial is just around the corner and Elly and Toadie are working hard to give her the best chance of getting through it. Claudia, meanwhile, is looking for ways to trip them up. Elly is tense and desperately nervous, and she goes looking for her best friend for support. But she’s stopped in her tracks when she accidentally overhears some of Chloe’s private conversations. Has even her BFF turned against her?

Paul makes a shock move

Paul has royally mucked up this time and he has some amends to make. In an unexpected move he comes clean to the police about things with Mannix and receives and official caution. He tries to apologise to David and Aaron but they’re not ready to hear it. Has he finally burned that bridge?

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These parents used their baby’s name as a pandemic PSA

We’ve learned a few things about ourselves during this coronavirus pandemic. One of those things that a good number of us never really knew how to wash our hands. Until the pandemic came about we didn’t do it nearly as often as we should, and when we did we didn’t wash our hands properly (via USA Today). One Indian couple is hoping to help the masses never forget this lesson again, and to that end, they’ve decided to name their new baby… Sanitiser. The baby was born this week in India’s Uttar Pradesh state (via Deccan Herald).

The baby’s father calls his child’s name a contribution to the fight against the pandemic. ”Sanitiser is one of the best ways to protect oneself against contracting coronavirus infection… we will remember this period (lockdown), whenever [we] utter his name,” Omveer Singh told the newspaper.

Other babies have been named after events surrounding the pandemic

Baby Sanitiser isn’t the only infant that’s been named for what we hope is the most significant event to happen to the planet this year (because we probably couldn’t handle much more). In early April, another baby, born in India’s Madhya Pradesh was named “Lockdown” after the pandemic lockdown period. The baby’s father says they had wanted to remember this crisis period their whole lives, as well as the steps governments around the world were using to control the pandemic (via Times of India). Babies Lockdown and Sanitiser join twins Covid and Corona, who were born a few weeks earlier, and who were also named after the pandemic which has brought the world as we know it to a standstill.

Other names related to the pandemic are being floated around, too. According to The Times of India, the names “Corona” (which has already been taken) and “Social Distancing” have also been proposed.

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Jessa Duggar Ponders Baby Names, Sparks New Pregnancy Rumors

At this point, it’s pretty clear that Jessa Duggar is sick of being parent-shamed.

And we don’t blame her one bit.

At this point, though, it’s also pretty clear that Jessa Duggar may soon be parent-celebrated, which is an annoyingly complicated way of saying the following:

Jessa Duggar may be pregnant!

We aren’t spreading this rumor based on unsubstantiated sources, either.

Or based on anonymous Reddit users saying wild stuff online or anything like that.

Instead, we’re going off Jessa’s very own words.

On Facebook on Tuesday, the mother of three gave followers a strong reason to believe she was expecting again after sharing a conversation she recently had with son Spurgeon.

I love older names, and was talking with Spurgeon about this, wrote Jessa to open this post.

She then shared the conversation wiith her oldest, which went as follows:

Me: “Do you like the name ‘Alice,’ for a girl?”

Spurgeon: “Alice? That sounds like ‘malice.’ That is not my favorite name. I prefer ‘speeding-delightning.’”

Duggar concluded her message with the hashtag #SayingsOfSpurgeon, but she might as well have used #HeyEveryoneImPregnantWithBaby4 instead.

Jessa, of course, got married to Ben Seewald in November of 2014.

Together, they have three kids: Spurgeon Elliot (born November 5, 2015), Henry Wilberforce (born February 6, 2017), Ivy Jane (born May 26, 2019).

Could a fourth be on the way? Even if Jessa is only 27 years old?

Yes, it’s certainly conceivable, simply due to the family of which Jessa is a part.

She had to have known Facebook friends would be wondering about the status of her womb after she posted something about potential baby names, you know?

This may easily have served as a way for Jessa to gauge public reaction to the news before she went ahead and actually confiirmed it.

And we aren’t alone in posing this possibilitiy.

“Are you pregnant why a new girl name????” read one response to her post.

“Are you hinting at possibly a pregnancy by discussing names for girls??” another fan asked.

“Are you having another baby?!!!” read a third remark.

Thus far, Jessa has not responded to any of these pressing questions.

She has, though, recently issued a passionate defensive of  her controversial father.

And if she’s trying to get back on the good side of Jim Bob, what better way to so than to squeeze out yet another child?

We’re just sayin, of course.

But we’re also just sitting back now and waiting… for Jessa to confirm this hopeful pregnancy news. Stay tuned, Duggar Nation!

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'Bachelor' Baby Bump! See Bekah Martinez's 2nd Pregnancy Pics

Round two! Bekah Martinez announced in November 2019 that she is pregnant with her second child and has been posting baby bump pictures ever since.

“Thankful,” the Bachelor alum captioned her Instagram announcement, featuring herself, her boyfriend, Grayston Leonard, their daughter, Ruth, and an ultrasound picture.

The pregnancy news came nine months after the former reality star gave birth to her first child. When she found out that she was expecting another, Martinez couldn’t believe it, she revealed in a November episode of her and Jess Ambrose’s “Chatty Broads” podcast.

“I was two weeks late on my period,” the California native explained at the time. “Granted, I’ve only had two periods since Ruth was born, so when I missed my period I thought, ‘OK, my hormones are probably still shifting.’ … About two weeks after, I was like, ‘Well I do have a test here in the house.’ It was in the morning and Gray was in the bed with Ruth and I didn’t say anything. I was like, ‘I’ll take it. Why not?’”

When the former ABC personality saw the pregnancy test’s double lines “so red and so there,” her “body was almost convulsing” and she shook “so hard … in utter shock and disbelief.”

The University of California Irvine student went on to say that her second baby is due in June. “If I have a little girl, the sisters will be only 16 months apart,” Martinez said. “My sister and I are only two years apart [and] it’s a blast. And if it’s a little boy, how fun because we haven’t had a little boy yet.”

When the pregnant star first heard her baby-to-be’s heartbeat in December, her daughter was with her. “There’s something a little nervewracking for me waiting for that doppler to catch the heartbeat every time,” she captioned footage at the time. “This was the first time I’ve heard it this pregnancy; glad I got to share the moment with my little family.”

Keep scrolling to see Martinez’s sweetest baby bump photos, from breast-feeding her toddler to posing in cute maternity styles.

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Kailyn Lowry to Baby Daddy Critics: You’re All So Stupid!

Kailyn Lowry knows what many people out there think of her.

And the Teen Mom 2 star wants most of these people to now know what she thinks of them.

And it boils down to this…

… you’re all such idiots!

The veteran MTV personality has faced her fair share of criticism since announcing to the world that she was pregnant once again.

Not just because this will be her fourth baby by the age of 28 — but because it will be her second as a result of unprotected sex with Chris Lopez… someone who seems so shady that Lowry herself took out an order of protection against him.

This order was actually in place when Lowry got impregnated by Lopez a few months ago.

Which is just… wow, right?

So, yes, Lowry understands that many critics out there may question her decision-making.

But Kailyn is clearly growing sick of the backlash.

“I accept my stupidity here,” Kailyn recently told her Instagram followers, adding: “Can y’all let it go now?”

As you might expect, however, the answer is no. People cannot let it go. Not now or, probably ever.

The latest Lowry drama transpired this week when the mom of three retweeted a post reading:

“Dads be like ‘go help [your] mom.’ Bro, go help your wife.”

This seemed to be a critique of lazy fathers who don’t help out in any way as a parent, telling their children instead to assist their mom with whatever needs assistance.

Adding her own commentary, Lowry wrote:

“Don’t know what that is, never experienced that … just know millions have it.”

In response, the troll replied, “stop having babies with dirtbags and maybe it will happen?”

“Maybe I’ll have parents of my own if I stop having babies with dirtbags? LMAO interesting theory,” Lowry scoffed in reply.

To be frank, this is one of the least sensical exchanges we’ve witnessed when it comes to Kailyn and her haters.

Lowry at least appears to be standing up for her taste in men, which actually wasn’t that questionable before she met Chris.

Should she have had kids with Jo Rivera and/or Javi Marroquin? That question can be left up for debate.

But both those guys have mostly stepped up and seem like mostly responsible fathers.

As for how Lowry is feeling these days?

“Baby Boy & I are 23.5 weeks today! He was breech but seems to have turned since our last ultrasound,” Lowry recently said, elaborating as follows:

“This time around, I have an anterior placenta so movement feels a lot different than any of my previous pregnancies.

“Because of the stay home order & social distancing, I am not allowed to have anyone with me at appointments until further notice.”

The Coffee Convos podcast cohost went on to write/ask:

“I have never been induced, but I’m afraid I won’t make it to the hospital being that I live 45 mins away & Lux came in 90 mins start to finish. If you’ve been induced, what has your experience been?”

Lowry did at least receive some helpful responses to this question.

So it’s nice to know that not everyone out there is a hater, you know?

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