Khloe Kardashian just might have something to celebrate, according to the newest edition of OK! Magazine, which is reporting that her and a couple other stars are expecting some baby nuggets. The only interesting thing is that none of them are actually expecting, yet anyway. It’s widely known that Khloe Kardashian is struggling to become a mom and had been undergoing extensive fertility treatments, many of which will be highlighted on future episodes of Keeping up with the Kardashians. But is the baby on the way? Will her treatments work and give her the gift of a lifetime? Only time will tell.
Reality star Kendra Wilkinson and E! reporter Giuliana Rancic are also featured on the cover. Supposedly they are expecting *in the future* as well. On the cover, Kendra says that “Little Hank was begging for a sibling” and Giuliana says she’s “Already buying pink outfits!” Might be a little too soon if you don’t actually have the baby inside you, but I guess it’s always good to prepare for the future. It would be awful to unexpectedly have a baby and then have not a single piece of clothing to place over it’s fat lil’ nugget cheeks. Be prepared. The Celeb World is all about being prepared.
Also featured in this edition of the magazine are pics of other celebs expecting (these with valid baby bumps) as well as Kim’s “It’s a Boy!” announcement. Other stories: “Katy Perry and John Mayer: Secrets of the Proposal,” “Justin’s Baby Surprise [to Jennifer Aniston]” and “Nicole Scherzinger’s Herbal Essence Experience.” Wow, I’m not sure what I’d do if I missed out on that Herbal Essence experience.
This is basically an edition of babies, babies, babies. I’d like to know what fascinates readers and followers of the Celeb World so much about celebrity pregnancies? Is it simply the fact that pregnancy is one of those things that truly seems miraculous? Or does it have more to do with the fact that the celebrities we know and love are giving birth to new and future generations of magazine covers, movie stars, models, etc.? Please feel free to jump in on this discussion!