Hollywood star Brad Pitt and model Nicole Poturalski were dating each other for a brief amount of time. Reportedly the two who were dating for two months have called it quits recently. As one might think everything between the couple has ended, a report emerged mentioning that she has ‘some unfinished business with her summer love’ as she is pregnant with Brad Pitt's baby, as per Star. That’s not it, the reports further mentioned that she ‘looked to be sporting a small baby bump,’ thus runouts are a buzz hat Pitt is the father of the child. But is that the complete truth? Gossip Cop debunks the bogus report, claiming it to be false.
According to Star, “Nicole looks like she could be at the start of her second trimester.” The article concludes by saying that “until he hears otherwise from Nicole” about being the baby’s father, “there’s no need to panic or even think about it at all.” As there was a lot of conjectures around this news, Gossip Cop took the initiative to bring out the truth by simply proving it wrong with the help of model’s Instagram profile. Taking Nicole’s latest snaps on her profile, Cop states that there’s no noticeable enough bump, also stating how her midsection is completely covered by her winter coat.
In a more recent photo, one can get a clearer view of the potential bump where she is seen wearing a bodycon black dress, flaunting her midriff.
However, Cop slammed the tabloid saying they simply picked a photo obscuring her stomach and filed a pregnancy story without basic facts. According to a report in E! News, Brad Pitt and 27-year-old German model Nicole Poturalski have parted ways after over two months of dating. The report states that Brad and Nicole split several weeks ago and that their relationship wasn’t very serious.
Reportedly, Nicole is married to a 68-year-old German restaurateur Roland Mary for eight years and also has a 7-year-old son.
Image source: Instagram
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