Hilary Duff Reveals Sex of Baby on 'Ellen DeGeneres Show'
The actress calls her pregnancy "super easy," and says, "it's kind of like a little alien has taken over your body."
Hilary Duff opens up about her pregnancy -- and reveals the sex of her baby -- in an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show that will air on Monday.
"I feel great," says the actress, 24. "It's been super easy."
She says she hasn't experienced any morning sickness, but admits, "It's kind of like a little alien has taken over your body. You just don't quite feel normal. But it's cool. It's been good."
"No sickness, but crazy dreams," she adds.
She surprised her husband, hockey player Mike Comrie, with the news.
"My husband makes this joke that I think I’m pregnant like 12 times a year. Every since we got married, he’s like, you always think this blah, blah, blah. So when it actually happened he was in the shower. I think sometimes when you imagine it you think you’re going to do it in some cute way….I just ran in and he was in the shower and I just held up the test and I was like, oh my god. And he was like AHH! He was soaking wet. We were just like a mess and started crying. It was really exciting," says Duff.
Duff told DeGeneres she wanted to break the news of the sex of her baby on her talk show: It's a boy!
"I haven't told anyone yet. I just found out," says Duff, who is "a little over four months" pregnant. "I had a feeling it was a boy the whole time."
Duff recently dropped out of Bonnie and Clyde, and was replaced by True Blood star Lindsay Pulsipher.
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