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Drea de Matteo's baby diagnosis

06/28/2007 at 07:05 AM ET

Drea de Matteo believes she and longtime boyfriend Shooter Jennings will welcome a daughter in December, but what is the basis for her prediction?

Because I’m getting wider instead of pointier. I’m a beast!

Mark at the Boston Globe tells us that it’s most definitely a girl — grandma spilled the beans! Donna de Matteo, a playwright with a show currently running in Gloucester, MA, told the paper,

Drea’s job now is to withstand these nine months, and have a beautiful baby girl.

Source: Us Weekly, July 9 issue, pg 35; Boston Globe

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Marie on

That’s nice. But I was hoping for a boy to name Walon :)

maureen on

I think the CBB needs to learn the difference between “sex” and “gender;” confusing the two is a very common mistake here.

Sex refers to biological differences: sex organs, hormones, chromosomes, etc, while gender refers to the socially constructed roles, characteristics and behaviors that are considered appopriate for men and women.

A baby in the womb has a sex, not a gender.

gianna on

aww good for her, loved her on the sopranos.

Boink on

Learn how to spell! It’s Waylon, NOT walon.


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