There are lots of pregnant celebrities on the market proper now, however one very particular group of well-known women is anticipating infants all at the similar time. In the previous 4 months, three former members of the dearly departed MTV collection The Hills have introduced their pregnancies.
Lauren Conrad led the pack together with her New Year’s Day sonogram photo. Just a number of weeks after, Whitney Port adopted go well with with a tiny-bump Instagram photo announcement. Most lately, former The Hills villains Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt introduced that they have been additionally anticipating their first baby. (Fellow The Hills alums Audrina Patridge and Kristin Cavallari are already mothers to younger youngsters.)
In a current interview, Port addressed the proven fact that she and her previous co-stars are all pregnant at the similar time. JoJo Wright of KTLA 5 Morning News in Los Angeles identified that everybody in Port’s “crew” was pregnant (although, based mostly on comments they’ve all made post-The Hills, I do not assume any of them contemplate the others their “crew” at this level).
Port joked that it’d look like they coordinated their pregnancies, however that is (clearly) not the case. “It’s crazy. You would think we all like got together one night and discussed this master plan,” the designer said. ” Just totally a coincidence. It’s been really awesome.” When Wright joked about the potential for the infants rising up collectively and starring in a The Hills spin-off, Port expertly “ha-ha, nope’d” proper out of that line of questioning.
Appearing on the morning present to rep her new flower supply service Bloom2Bloom, Port additionally mentioned her recently-launched vlog series “I Love My Baby But I Hate My Pregnancy.” The Whitney Eve designer defined that the inspiration for her candid replace movies stemmed from her being pregnant’s tough begin. “I had a really hard first trimester – it was hard both emotionally and physically. Obviously the morning sickness and also just the stress of not knowing what you’re in for and having this little creature kind of take over your body. It’s really just a lot to take in,” Port stated.
(h/t E! Online)
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