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Rachel Zoe: Pregnant with Second Child?

Rachel Zoe: Pregnant with Second Child?

Rachel Zoe is reportedly expecting her second child with husband Rodger Berman, sources tell Us Weekly!

The 41-year-old fashion designer and her hubby are already parents to cutie-pie two-year-old son Skyler, who was born in March of 2011.

“NYC! Make sure you wake up early & head to @ChelseaMarketNY to shop my sample sale tomorrow! Doors open @ 10 am” Rachel tweeted the day before – meaning you still have time to go check it out today if you’re in the area!

Congratulations to Rachel and Rodger, if the news is true!!

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12 Responses to “Rachel Zoe: Pregnant with Second Child?”

  1. 1
    Jess Says:

    Let’s hope, if this is true, that it’s a girl this time so that her son’s hair can be cut while he’s young enough to not understand why his idiot mother doesn’t cut his hair.

  2. 2
    pika Says:

    i doubt it. i remember what she was like pregnant with her first child and she was only scared of putting on weight and not losing it.

  3. 3
    Sheepypie Says:

    @Jess: Lots of little boys (and grown men!) have long hair. What is the big deal? Also, lots of girls and women have short hair, so maybe you should evaluate why you feel the need to define gender by the length of some strands sticking out of someone’s head.

  4. 4
    Hollywood22 Says:


    So embarrassed for you. 1st, there is nothing wrong with a boy having long hair. 2nd, you are obviously not familiar with the fact that the Jewish faith has rules about cutting hair. You moron

  5. 5
    Roman Says:

    Who cares?

  6. 6
    RHONYC Says:

    they should make like FIVE more babies!
    that lil’ Skyler is a doll baby!!! :-D

  7. 7
    Jess Says:

    @Sheepypie: And I give a **** what you think… because?

  8. 8
    LooseLipz Says:

    I hope she saved the stuffed pillows she wore. With her Anorexia, no way did she ever get pregnant let alone give birth.

  9. 9
    Jess Says:

    @Hollywood22: The kid doesn’t look like a boy. End of story. The mother probably cuts her hair, she can’t take a few minutes out of her religion to do the same for her kid?

  10. 10
    snap crackle pop Says:


    Surprisingly, very skinny women don’t have the high infertility issues that SOME women have that are even 15 pounds overweight.
    Of course, someone 200 pounds can get pregnant with no problem. But, they are finding that a lot of unexplained infertility (I think it was over age 30) is resolved when the woman loses weight to reach a certain BMI. For a large percentage it was only 15 pounds which was shocking (and strange).

  11. 11
    LooseLipz Says:

    @snap crackle pop:

    Yes but Rachel is hardcore, extremely malnourished and in her 40′s if not older. Very difficult to conceive even with treatments. Not to mention the risk to both the baby and herself.
    Surrogate all the way…it’s just too bad they can’t be open with it like some others have.

  12. 12
    Jessica Says:

    I agree with LooseLipz. I am tired of the comments regarding “she’s not too old” and “naturally thin” are all a bunch of lies. I am with you 100% that she wore and is currently wearing a prosthetic bump not to reveal having to use a surrogate/gestational carrier and thus expose what we all know: that she has a full-fledged eating disorder, possibly older than what she claims also.

    Do these celebs all think we are a bunch of dummies??!!
    There is over a 1 in 100 chance of chromosomal abnormalities to a child born advanced maternal age 40.

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