Christina Aguilera reportedly pregnant with second child with fiance Matt Rutler
Speculations over her pregnancy were rife ever since her performance at the American Music Awards in 2017
Christina Aguilera and her fiance Matt Rutler are having a new baby, Radar Online reports. The 37-year-old singer and her 33-year-old partner are already parents to two more children -- 10-year-old Max Liron who Christina had from her first marriage with Jordan Bratman and four-year-old Summer Rain Rutler who is her first child with Matt.
Rumors about Christina's pregnancy had emerged in 2017 when the pop superstar was giving her Whitney Houston performance at the American Music Awards. People simply couldn't stop talking about her apparent "baby bump".Although the then mother-of-two had not announced anything about her pregnancy, yet fans couldn't help but speculate if that actually was a baby bump. Several fans took to Twitter to spread the news of her apparent pregnancy in November. One fan posted: "Is it me or does Christina Aguilera either looks pregnant or maybe she’s just thick? Either way, she still looks amazing! #AMAs."
However, Christina has always been looking forward to having a large family. Immediately after the birth of Max, the singer had told People that she would definitely like to have more kids. She never planned on how to go about with it, but she finds it difficult to part with her children during any shows. She had said, "I think it’s important to share what I love – what makes me, me – with my son. So. I change diapers and I breastfeed him and I play with him and then I work. I want to show Max everything about me.”
The soon-going-to-be-mom singer dropped her latest album on June 15 this year which featured a large variety of sounds and producers including Kanye West and Anderson.Paak. While the album has been claimed to be loosely based around the concept of self-discovery, it has also been praised for its versatility. The sound of the album almost comes across like a mixture of tropical pop ('Right Moves'), soul rhythm ('Twice'), rock and ballads ('Unless It's With You).