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Rumors, rumors…

11/19/2004 at 08:42 AM ET

No, not more Britney rumors.  She could pregnant with septuplets and I still might not care.  Why won’t she just go away? 

According to the Daily News, Elizabeth Hurley is telling friends she is almost two months pregnant with businessman boyfriend Arun Nayer‘s child.  However, her London rep denies she is expecting what would be her second child. But an insider says the model and "Austin Powers" actress has told her family she is almost two months pregnant.   Hurley already has a son, Damien, 2, from a brief relationship with American playboy Steve Bing.

Also, rumors are afloat about Sarah Jessica Parker being pregnant with her second child with husband Matthew Broderick.  Apparently, they have been trying to give two year old son James Wilke a sibling since Sex and the City ended.  A source told British magazine New!: "She’s not said anything but quite a few of her friends have noticed one or two tell-tale signs of good news on the way.  She’s made no secret of wanting another baby, a girl this time, and Matthew is very keen to have more kids. She wanted to take time off for her family then pick up her career later."

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