Natasha Bedingfield teased a secret photoshoot recently, and now she’s revealed her surprise: She’s pregnant! Natasha married her husband, Matt Robinson, in March 2009. In spite of her 2007 single, “I Wanna Have Your Babies,” the couple waited eight years before moving on to the next step after love and marriage. The baby should be born in the early months of 2018. Natasha did not announce the due date or the gender of the baby. Check out her sweet announcement below:
Update 10/12: Natasha shared another stunning pregnancy photo today. Her caption sounds like a verse from a song:
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You were a secret that I held so close and precious to me, You kept growing and as you did I felt my heart expand along with my body. Now you're showing, and with all my friends now knowing, my joy is overflowing! Seeing your eyes for the first time is what I'm imagining 👁 X thank you @itstroyjensen for capturing these feelings in a photo .
With a baby on the way, it’s unlikely Natasha will release her long-awaited fourth album anytime soon. But this year has brought a few new songs for fans to enjoy. Natasha sings on the upbeat “Let Go,” released in collaboration with Nestea. She also recored “More Of Me” for a Disney series based on their film, Tangled. Natasha co-wrote her single with Art House, “Love Feels Like”; she promised a music video for the ballad months ago, but we have yet to see it. Next month, we’ll get our fourth Natasha song with “Hey Boy,” which appears on the compilation, Served Like A Girl.
It’s been seven years since Natasha released her last album, Strip Me. Despite promises of an album back in 2013 and 2014, she has kept mum about any full-length release since. For now, we still have the odd song here and there to keep us happy.
Stay tuned for more news about Natasha’s baby. You can also catch up on all we know about Natasha’s forthcoming music. Keep checking back here for all the latest Natasha Bedingfield news.
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