Pregnant actress Meghan Trainor. The “All About That Bass” singer and her spouse Daryl Sabara are thrilled to be expecting their second child, a sibling for their 23-month-old son Riley, because it means they are “halfway there” to realising their dream of having a large family.
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Meghan Trainor stated to People magazine that “What a relief. I’m just so happy that I can conceive. I declare, “I’m crushing it.” This is incredible. This is what I dream of. I want four children, so I’m halfway there!”
Riley has heard the news from Meghan Trainor , 29, and her 30-year-old husband, but they don’t believe Riley is fully understanding it just yet.
She uttered: “When we try to tell him, “There’s a baby in the belly,” he responds, “Baby,” pointing to his belly. Oh no, it’s not in yours; it’s in Mama’s belly, we say.”
The “Made You Look” singer is four months pregnant, but she has managed to conceal her expanding bump with big hoodies.
She said: “Hoodies, babe! I wrote a smash that says, ‘Even with me hoodie on…’
Everyone says, “You’re so small, you’re not even showing.” Well, you can’t see me, I say. for real
Although it has been a “rocky ride,” Meghan has had a “great” few months despite being severely affected by several pregnancy side effects.
She said: “It’s like a real pregnancy. The first one was like make-believe. I had no symptoms with Riley to the point where I was like, ‘We need to go to the doctor. There’s nothing in me.’ I got my symptoms late in my pregnancy with Riley.
“With this baby, I immediately got them a. I popped early and felt terrible because I had red perioral dermatitis over my face, which was fun to hide . My boobies were aching, and I was sick.
“This was quite the ride. Fortunately, it was the holiday season and I could just relax and lie down during the rocky ride.
“I have to pee every 20 minutes, and just talking makes me completely out of breath. The best.”
Meghan Trainor is preparing for the birth of her child as well as the publication of her first book, “Dear Future Mama,” in which she will share personal details about her pregnancy and receive input from various experts.
I’m an open book, and I love telling everyone everything about my grotesqueness and all my truths, she said of the book, which will be available on shelves on April 25.
“When someone says, ‘Oh my God, me too,’ it helps me to feel less alone and affirms that my body is not abnormal. It’s typical.