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Charlie and Denise don't want to know the gender of Baby #2

02/10/2005 at 12:04 PM ET

by People.com Virtual Newsstand Correspondent Lili

To learn the baby’s gender or not? Denise Richards (four months pregnant with her second child) and husband Charlie Sheen weren’t sure if they wanted to know, so when Denise had her ultrasound the couple asked the doctor to write down the baby’s gender and place it in a sealed envelope. But when they got home they realized they didn’t really want to know after all and the temptation of having the answer within reach was too great. The couple decided to shred the sealed envelope and throw it away. According to People.com they even put trash outside just in case they were compelled to fit together the strips of paper in a moment of weakness.

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Emma on

They said the same thing when pregnant with Sam, but that Denise couldn’t wait so they opened it and told everybody they didn’t know the sex of the baby until after she was born. I bet they know and just don’t want to tell anyone.

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I’m thinking a girl!

chris on

I would say they expecting a girl again..

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