Gwen Stefani pregnant with third baby at the age of 43
In Touch can exclusively reveal that Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale are expecting baby No. 3!
An insider close to the 43-year-old reveals to In Touch “She and Gavin couldn’t be happier” about the exciting news.
“My biggest accomplishment is my marriage so far,” she has stated previously — and now they have another bundle of joy on the way. “She’s just trying to focus on resting right now,” says the source. “She wants to make sure that all is well with the baby.
Yiiikes, that airhead will do anything to keep Gavin. They have a very troubled marriage, she thinks another kid will save it?
She probably has an IQ of 79 if she's lucky & she got pregnant via IVF of course.
Wow, there's some idiots on this thread. All 20 year old twinks, most likely.
[quote]43 is hardly old for a woman to have a kid.
What planet do you live on? It's not Guinness Book worthy but it's definitely notable.
Pregnancy over 40 carries all kinds of increased risks for the mother and child. It's also rarer and often the result of fertility treatments. Most women over 40 don't get pregnant easily, even if they're trying.
And no, I'm not a Frau! I'm a gay man with sisters and nieces/nephews.
[quote]She probably has an IQ of 79 if she's lucky & she got pregnant via IVF of course.
She has never struck me as stupid.
I heard they have an open relationship. Hilariously, women who've also heard this think he's having affairs with other women. Has he been linked to other women, cheating on Gwen with that is. I know he had some long lost baby or some shit.
This is some new age bullshit that these tabloids push to stay in existence, and you guys just eat it up. Acting like its some freaking miracle when a woman over 40 gets knocked up. I have several women on both sides of my family tree that pushed out healthy babies (the natural way!) on the other side of 40, back in the dark ages when nobody even knew what IVF was. Some women are just fertile longer than others.
It amazes me how idiotic people can be.
Everything you said could be true R30, that doesn't mean it isn't significantly more difficult and riskier for women over 40 to become pregnant.
What about that is complicated for you?
Down's Syndrome risk goes way up after 40.
r31, just stop. Seriously.
How old was Palin when she had her DS son? In her forties. I'm willing to bet that when GS finds out this child has DS she'll get rid of it.
Sorry, facts don't "stop"
Will the children have his accent or hers?
Many (but not all) of the problems women have conceiving after 40 are more associated with first-time pregnancies.
well, she's getting no attention for her music, so this will work out very nicely for her
R30 lives in a very small world where his sisters and relatives represent all of womanhood and he thinks he can extrapolate to all of womankind with whatever is true for his sisters and a couple of relatives.
R30 is an idiotic uneducated dimwitted person.
43 is fucking ancient to have a kid.
At this point, she'll spontaneously abort a poof of dust.
it is too old to have a kid. hopefully the baby will be ok.
How does she get pregnant? I can't imagine Gavin fucking a woman.
Dumbest thread on DL
Mah mama had me, baby junior an' sistergirl after 40, and she went right back to shucking corn affer eech of us so y'all is stupid up in here!
It always amazes me how gay men can be such experts on women, pregnancy and childbirth.
There is copious evidence that Palin faked that pregnancy in order to give herself irrefutable pro-life cred and get on the 2008 presidential ticket, r40. Word on the Wasilla street is that she had her tubes tied after birthing her previous child. Trig Palin may be someone's late-in-life kid...but he's not Palin's.
[quote]It always amazes me how gay men can be such experts on women, pregnancy and childbirth.
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