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Pregnant Hilary Duff Told She Was “So Nervous” Regarding Having Another Boy

By James Cramer / Published on Thursday, 14 Jun 2018 05:01 AM / No Comments / 379 views

Pregnant Hilary Duff Told She Was "So Nervous" Regarding Having Another Boy

Hilary Duff is beyond excited to be having a girl.

The 30-year-old Younger star is pregnant along with her second kid, her 1st with lover Matthew Koma, and opened up regarding her feelings concerning having another boy.

“I was therefore nervous beforehand because i assumed as expected i was going to have a boy,” duff who has a 6-year-old son, Luca, along with her ex Mike Comrie revealed on KIIS-FM’s On Air With Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday. “I have a boy already which would have been slap-up, and I’m obsessed with Luca, however, I just required one of every.

“It was funny that I cared so much,” she laughed. “My sister has girls and i desire I’m really girly. however obviously for the past 6 years, I have bought, like, monsters and trucks and planes. Luca is into all the boy stuff, therefore everything is blue and green. i was just prepared for pink and purple stuff. i was therefore excited. it was actually fun.”

The former Disney star found out she was expecting a female child at her gender reveal party, which was held on Mother’s Day.

“It was the most fun day. we had close family and friends over,” she shared, adding that they ordered “these actually cute confetti cannons on Etsy. they appear like smoke, however, it’s powder and a few confetti and you twist them. It sounds so silly because it’s kind of childish, however it is so exciting.”

Meanwhile, on Monday’s episode of the Late Late Show With James Corden, Hilary shared her son’s response when asked what his future sister should be named.

“We’re up for any kind of suggestions, however, Luca thinks Cafont croissant is, like, the best name,” duff quipped. “When I just confer with it as ‘Cafont,’ and I’m like, ‘That’d be therefore cool, nobody at school’s gonna be named Cafont,’ and he’s like, ‘Croissant. Cafont croissant.’ It, like, goes along, there’s no separating the two.”

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