Oh baby! While Beyonce is struggling to get pregnant again, she’s totally ‘envious’ that Kim got pregnant with baby number two before she did, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned. Find out all the details!
Everyone is over the moon excited about Kim Kardashian’s second pregnancy — but is Beyoncé feeling bitter? In the midst of a report claiming that Bey, 33, and Jay Z, 45, are enlisting the help of a surrogate for their second child, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned that the “Flawless” singer is “jealous that Kim, 34, got pregnant and she hasn’t!”
“Unfortunately Bey and Jay have struggled to get pregnant this time around. They are seeing their doctor and doing everything they can to have a baby. Beyonce is actually jealous that Kim got pregnant and she hasn’t,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. We understand that it must be frustrating for the singer to see Kim have success when she hasn’t. However, Kim’s second pregnancy was certainly no cakewalk! The KUWTK star has been very open about her fertility struggles, and reportedly turned to IVF treatments after struggling to conceive.
Luckily, Beyonce isn’t holding a grudge against KiKi! “She’s happy for Kim but also a little envious,” our source continues. “In the end Beyonce thinks it will happen and she will soon have another little baby to love.” We admit, we would love it if Blue Ivy, 3, had a little brother or sister!
A recent report claimed that Beyonce and Jay Z are using a surrogate to carry their second child after having no luck with conceiving. An insider told In Touch that Bey & Jay are in the process of having a baby through a surrogate. “They were trying for several months, but Beyoncé was having trouble. She was scared about another high-risk pregnancy, so surrogacy became the best decision for them.”
Perhaps Kim can even pass down some words of wisdom to Beyonce as she tries for baby number two.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Beyonce should be jealous of Kim for getting pregnant first? Let us know!
— Julianne Ishler, Reporting by Tim Plant