Christina Aguilera is going to be a second-time mama! The happy news comes less than one week after the singer announced her engagement to film producer Matthew Rutler on Valentine’s Day.
What a month for Christina Aguilera! Not only did the singer and Voice judge get engaged to the man of her dreams, Matthew Rutler, on Feb. 14, but now they are going to be parents together, according to a new report. Congrats to the happy couple!
Christina Aguilera’s Baby Number Two — Singer Pregnant With Second Child
Christina, 33, and Matt, 25, have been wanting a little bundle of joy for a while now, and it sounds like they finally got their wish! Multiple sources have confirmed to Us Weekly that Christina is in fact pregnant with her second child.
Matt’s mom, Kathleen Rutler, also seemed to hint that Christina is expecting a baby in a new interview with In Touch Weekly.
“I don’t know what their plans are,” Kathleen told the mag when asked if she thought Christina and Matt would move to the East coast. “But when you have a baby, you’re not planning on moving anywhere anytime soon!”
The “Beautiful” singer already has a five-year-old son, Max Bratman, from her previous relationship with ex-husband Jordan Bratman, and a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that she is hoping her second child will be a girl!
Christina Aguilera Was Trying For Baby Number Two
Christina has reportedly been eager to give her adorable son, Max, a sibling for a while now. “Christina’s wanted another kid for two years and tried unsuccessfully with Matt around eighteen months ago,” a source told OK magazine in its Feb. 17 issue.
Xtina even had a deadline for when she wanted to have a second child, the insider added.
“She’s made it clear that her next child must be born before she turns 35. She’s adamant that she’s not giving birth when she’s nearing 40.”
It sounds like everything’s going according to plan for Christina and her hubby-to-be!
So what do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you happy for Christina and Matt? Let us know.
— Written by Tierney McAfee, Reporting by Russ Weakland