Whoa! Is Beyonce WAY further along in her pregnancy than fans thought? From the looks of a new vid, it def seems like she could be! In an effort to conceal her bump, the star strategically has security shielding her bod in the footage, but if you look hard you can see it! Is she purposefully throwing fans off?
When Beyonce, 35, first announced her pregnancy in February, fans and experts alike agreed the star was likely four months along, putting her due date approximately in July. But were they wrong all along? Looking at new footage obtained by TMZ, it seems as if Queen Bey may actually be much further along than we all thought. In fact, she looks like she could possibly pop any week now!
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In the paparazzi video, Bey can be seen exiting Beauty & Essex in LA on Apr. 18. But while rarely camera-shy, the Lemonade singer is NOT posing for the cameras! In fact, she makes it into her car — with help from her security detail — in about five seconds flat. It’s pretty clear Beyonce doesn’t want her bump photographed. Perhaps she wants to pull a quick one over us and announce her and Jay Z‘s, 47, twins’ arrival when we all least expect it! That is, after all, her typical shtick.
It all makes a little more sense now as to why Beyonce had to cancel her headlining Coachella performance on doctors orders. At first, it was rumored she still might be able to perform because she wouldn’t be far into her third trimester yet. But Lady Gaga, ended up taking her place. Just over the weekend, on Apr. 16, Beyonce was photographed enjoying Easter Sunday with her family. The star’s bump def looked bigger than we expected! But who knows, she’s also carrying twins so you can never know for sure.
Either way though, there’s no question a baby Bey is coming soon — and we could not be more thrilled for her and her growing family! We also cannot wait to see Blue Ivy, 5, be a big sis.
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — when do YOU think Beyonce’s due date is? Is she further along than we originally thought?