Oh, I know what you’re thinking. Why beat this thing to the ground, right?
Well, since 2012 is going to be the year of
Blueprint Blue Ivy (and a boost in great catering services in the Boston area), let’s face it, Beyonce, Jay-Z and their Princess Illuminati and the controversies that surround them are not going anywhere anytime soon.
While many people do believe that Queen Bey was indeed pregnant (and that the animals in Charlotte’s Web did really talk!), there are a handful of skeptics out there who believe that Beyonce was wearing a prosthetic belly to hide the fact that there might (or might not) have been a surrogate carrying the couple’s child.
Babble’s Deputy Editor Mira Jacob had her say on the topic, and now it’s my turn.
According to reports, Beyonce gave birth by natural delivery on Saturday night. Since this was a natural birth, let’s assume that Beyonce was at full-term, meaning she could have been anywhere between 37-40 weeks pregnant. According to Jay-Z’s song, their child was conceived in Paris, and the couple was last spotted in the city of lights in late April of last year.
Now, proud papa Jay-Z revealed in his tribute song to his daughter that Beyonce had unfortunately suffered a miscarriage before – ahem – successfully getting pregnant with Blue. Beyonce performed at a slew of summer concerts last year including at the Glastonbury Festival in late June, when the singer could have been anywhere from two to three months along. For a woman who had previously suffered from the loss of her baby before, you would think she would have been particularly careful and overly cautious during her second pregnancy to not dance like this:
(With that being said, dang I wish I was at that concert. Blue’s mama knows how to put on a show!)
Let’s take a good look at our timeline of Beyonce’s pregnancy and some hints and clues that tell us that this pop star might have been hiding the worst-kept secret that the celebrity world and show business have ever seen. Even Mariah Carey is throwing a side eye at this mess.
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