The hottest gossip circulating the realm of Hollywood is regarding Julia Roberts‘Â belly: pregnant or not pregnant. Yes, that is (currently) the question, although
not nearly as poetic as Shakespeareâ€™s soliloquy, the entertainment industry is officially
on â€śwomb watch.â€ť
For the past few weeks, the 46-year-old mother of three, has been wearing loosely
fitted (read comfy) clothing. So, inevitably, rumors are birthed, that the actress must obviously be pregnant. I mean, how dare the Pretty Woman obscure her body? Thatâ€™s just plain rude, Julia, and totally out of context for a mother and wife. After appearing at the 2013 BAFTA awards in a short, but baggy dress, the world assumes thereâ€™s a bun hiding in that oven. Am I the only person who is completely unaware of this secretly slutty closet Julia Roberts is known for wearing clothing from?
And I donâ€™t know about you guys, but usually after Thanksgiving, amongst all the
holiday baking, wine drinking, and consuming of leftovers, I canâ€™t waitÂ to expose my body in a see through, form-fitted gown resembling a negligee. Besides, maybe those sweat pants are all that fit her right now. Ahh, how dare anyone suggest weight gain as aÂ potential reason forÂ a more relaxed styleÂ (side note: her body looks the same to me). Still, it’sÂ a possibility typically rejected by the entertainment industry. Sorry, but apparently you can’t sit with Hollywood,Â Julia.
Suspicion has further eruptedÂ since sources claim that Roberts was â€śdressed downâ€ť
(translation: jeans, roomy shirt and fitted jacket) upon arriving at the home of her in-laws. She was caught wearing what? Everyday wear to visit her husband’s parents? How rogue and inappropriate! Typically, around family, I sport high heels and a spandex tube dress. I sigh with sarcasm becauseÂ her mostÂ casual of outfits drastically triumphs my go to: yoga pants, a ponytail and my ex’s huge t-shirt.
For the record, if reps confirm the speculations that Julia Roberts is indeed expecting, I take it all back. (Youâ€™re welcome, future self.) Phew! I digress, but damage control, done.