Selena Gomez pregnant with Justin Bieber’s baby, suffered miscarriage – Report

selena gomez pregnant miscarriage justin bieber
selena gomez pregnant miscarriage justin bieber

Selena Gomez was allegedly pregnant with Justin Bieber’s baby in 2012, but suffered a miscarriage that changed everything, according to new reports.

Selena Gomez pregnant with Justin Bieber’s baby in 2012?

“In 2012, she got pregnant and miscarried Justin’s baby,” a source told In Touch magazine. “Nothing in her life has been the same since.”

The insider revealed that although Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber were very young that she wanted to have the baby, and that she was very much in love with Justin at the time of her miscarriage.

Selena was ready for a baby at the time of her alleged miscarriage

“She was convinced it was meant to be and that it was a sign that she and Justin should be together forever,” the source added — but Justin wasn’t excited and felt that it would ruin his image and they weren’t ready; his reaction “crushed” her, and  he never had to face it because she later miscarried.

While rumors of a Selena Gomez pregnancy have been following the singer as well as her on again, off again boyfriend Justin Bieber, Hollywood Life claims that miscarriage report is “not true,” and that Gomez never miscarried Bieber’s baby.

Really, this story could be true or not. With Justin and Selena it’s hard to tell the truth from gossip. They’re relationship has been a wild roller coaster ride, and they’re still so young. It’s probably a good thing they don’t have a baby. Come on, can you image Justin Bieber as a father? He can’t even keep himself out of trouble!

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