Kelly Clarkson may have stated that girls cause a lot of drama but at the moment, she can get away with it. The pregnant Clarkson is having a girl and has been suffering some pretty severe morning sickness.
Newly married and newly pregnant, Kelly Clarkson has been on quite a whirlwind ride since October. After marrying Reba McEntire’s stepson, Brandon Blackstock in October, Kelly Clarkson excitedly announced in November that she is expecting their first child together.
Since then, however, the excitement has had to battle for first place as Kelly Clarkson has been tweeting pregnancy updates that reveal just how sick she’s been.
By December 1, she had already tweeted:
I'm so sorry 2 all my fans overseas 4 not doing promo 4 my Xmas album.I have been incredibly ill w/pregnancy. Hopefully it gets better soon.
On December 26, Kelly Clarkson still wasn’t feeling well:
Recorded a soulful song with @martinamcbride and I have to say, it's pretty bad ass :) A nice distraction from being pregnant! Thanks girl!
Since then, the singer has claimed a “small victory” in being able to walk her dogs without throwing up, and advised other pregnant women that they might be able to keep baked potatoes down.
Though she’s had a tough time of it, at least now Kelly Clarkson knows why. On January 20, she tweeted the joking, yet happy announcement:
We just found out we're having a girl officially! I knew it! Only a girl could cause this much drama with all this vomiting ha!
According to her Twitter feed, Kelly Clarkson will welcome her baby girl in less than 6 months. It may be the longest wait ever if her sickness remains throughout the pregnancy, but at least the star seems to be trying to keep a good attitude and joke about this challenging time in her life.
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