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."
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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."

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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.

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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."

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