The caption with these pictures said Drew Barrymore was sporting a growing baby bump. I can’t quite see it, and I still cringe at the idea of calling someone pregnant when maybe they’ve just put on a few pounds . The fact that there hasn’t been a denial makes me a big suspicious, but there hasn’t been any official confirmation, either.
Does it look like Drew has a baby bump here to you? She was spotted hanging out with a friend in LA and going to yoga. Do you feel comfortable guessing?
Photos by RR/FameFlynet
In the last photo yes it looks like it but the other pics you really cant tell.
Nope… i don’t think she is… she prolly just put on a little weight. Who’s that kid with her though?
her boobs would be WAY bigger if she was knocked up
I really, really hate the speculation on if these women are procreating or not. Some people gain a few pounds sometimes. What I hate more is the term ‘baby bump’. It’s a child not a bump. The first months of a pregnancy, esp. a first pregnancy are scary and often heartbreaking if there is the possibility of a miscarriage. Leave these women alone, stop stalking them until they are ready to announce their condition. And they do have a right to not announce it. They do not owe the public their private lives. She could just be on down time or beefing up for a movie role. Back off media and bloggers. (This goes for the stalking of all celebs, even the ones I can’t stand. Even celebs have the right to some privacy.)
I wish there was less celebrity worship over procreation. Most of these people certainly aren’t parents I would want to emulate. Children aren’t accessories.
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