Gwyneth Paltrow pregnancy rumors build

10/09/2005 at 01:43 PM ET

20040706_chris_1 According to Us Weekly, Gwyneth Paltrow may have inadvertently let the cat out of the bag regarding her rumored second pregnancy. While out to eat with hubby Chris Martin, Gwyneth, who sources say is "at least eight to ten weeks pregnant," skipped out on pregnancy no-nos sushi and beer with Chris, which she usually enjoys, in favor of duck, rice, and miso soup. She then took two bites and declared, "I’m not very hungry, but it was delicious." A little evening nausea perhaps?

If the source is to be believed, we should hear a confirmation from the Martins in about a month – if they follow the same pregnancy announcement protocol that they did with daughter Apple.

Source: US Weekly, Oct 17th issue, page 56. Photo credit: BBC


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chels5988 on

Awwww, I little brother or sister for Apple. I was just wondering why sushi is a no-no for pregnant women

Sarah CBB Editor on

Because it’s raw fish. It’s very important to watch your mercury levels while pregnant. You also can’t have swordfish, but you are allowed tuna and some other fish in small doses.

em0712 on

During my pregnancy my doctor said I could only have one can of tuna a month, and no tuna steaks at all!

lindenen on

There’s a list on the internet that details which types of fish have the highest mercury content, so you can choose the ones safe to eat during pregnancy. Tuna and salmon seem to be ok from what I remember. Eating lots of omega-3s (usually found in fatty fish and some nuts) while pregnant is supposed to be good for your child’s intelligence.

Melissa on

There are also certain brands of eggs that contain high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids. They are different from regular eggs because of what the chickens are fed. I get the Omega-3 brown eggs from free range chickens – they’re all I buy. I couldn’t eat sushi during pregnancy, but my doctor didn’t say anything about my tuna consumption. I love seared rare tuna steaks (the sushi-grade kind), but didn’t eat that during pregnancy – only the fully-cooked white albacore.

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