I always love to hear when some of my favorite celebs become first time parents. I wish I could just send a “SynShyne ScreamGram” to them and congratulate them. So the newest celebrity to join the ranks of Mom and Pop to be are Zoe Saldana and her husband Marco Perego.
Earhustle411 and the writing staff wishes them the all the best and blessings for a great experience on becoming new parents.
Check it out as reported by Daily Mail Online:
Zoe Saldana is ‘three months pregnant’ as she ‘plans to have a big family’ with husband Marco Perego
She’s been showing signs of what looks to be a growing baby bump.
And now Zoe Saldana is reported to be three months pregnant with her husband Marco Perego as they plan on having a ‘big family’.
The 36-year-old actress has been catching attention on the red carpet of late as her figure has shown signs of a pregnant belly, sparking rumours that she is expecting.
The Hollywood Reporter has since removed, without explanation, a story where they claimed a rep had confirmed the star’s pregnancy.
A source with Us Weekly, however, says the Rosemary Baby star is three months along in her pregnancy.
‘Zoe is about three months pregnant,’ the insider told the publication. ‘But she will only announce the news when she’s ready.’
While another source told Us that she and her artist husband, 35, cannot wait to be parents.
‘Zoe has always wanted a big family,’ the insider claimed. ‘And Marco’s on board too!’
Meanwhile Zoe recently opened up about her relationship with Marco with Marie Claire: ‘I don’t do the ABCs.
‘I do what my heart says, what my heart feels. So from the moment I met my husband, we were together. We knew.’
Zoe got together with Marco in January last year, shortly after her split from Bradley Cooper. Months later, they were married.
And when she’s asked about what she’s learned from relationships, Zoe is adamant. Don’t settle.
‘If you’re not happy with a person, leave,’ she maintains.
‘And wait until you find that one person who makes you feel good about yourself every single day and is not expecting you to change, but to grow.’
Source: Daily Mail