Anne Hathaway's 'Pregnancy' Sign Is More Than the Usual Baby Bump

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Anne HathawayWhen it comes to tabloids picking out "signs" that celebrities are pregnant, let's face it, they're not very good at it. Jennifer Aniston has been "pregnant" about a million times -- according to the tabs. Mila Kunis was supposedly pregnant a few months ago. Yet they completely missed the real pregnancies of Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton (unless you count my accurate prediction in September that Kim was trying to get pregnant. Yay me!). So now here comes another celeb pregnancy rumor -- that of Anne Hathaway. Why? Well, of course, there's the standard spotting of shapeless clothing and the microscopic "baby bump." But this time, there is also a sign that might really be worth noting.

Anne was spotting strolling with her husband, Adam Shulman, in Los Angeles -- and she sported a pink bandage around her arm, which means she most likely had blood drawn. Now, she could have just been giving blood I suppose. But since she doesn't look sick, there's another reason she may have had blood drawn and, of course, that's cause maybe she BE BABY BUMPIN.

I mean, it's certainly possible. Listen to some other reasons Anne might be pregnant:

- She can't stop talking about kids. She told Harper's Bazaar UK: "I’d like to have a few children, naturally and adopt. I gotta get on it...I’d like to have as many as I can afford. I've had one goal in mind for the past 12 years, which is: get a movie. Now I might have to say, 'Get a baby.' "

- She's newly married and a new mom to furbaby Esmerelda. There's nothing to stoke the maternal instinct like getting a dog.

- She's on a break from filming right now after a Steven Spielberg film she was cast in was delayed.

- Those Les Miserables award nomination endorphins!

So, yeah, there's a bunch of reasons a woman might get her blood drawn. But pregnancy is one of them!

Do you think Anne is pregnant?

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kelti... kelticmom

I hope so. She's so sweet and adorable. She just seems like she would make a great mother. Best of luck to her!

Rhond... RhondaVeggie

Also she's 30, I'm sure her biological alarm clock is going off.

MamaD... MamaDee83

You know, lots of practicioners require their patients to get blood drawn as part of their annual/biannual/whatever physical - she could have just been to the doctor like anyone else :-) It would, however, be great if she and her husband were expecting!

mothe... motherof2inFL

I would love to see her have a baby...she seems lovely. 

Billy... BillytheMom

I live in LA and went to the Center for Fetal Medicine last summer when I was pregnant and I'm positive that's the building she was leaving in the picture with the bandage on her arm.

Melissa Brazell Geralds

I'm confused. I was pregnant twice, carried to term and delivered and no one ever drew a drop of blood.
So please explain?

angel... angelofsaturn

@Melissa you were lucky then.

They took so much blood from me I was half tempted to ask if they had a baby vampire ranch or something.

I distinctly remember the first visit cause they took 4 little vials and 2 big ones.

Melissa List

I had blood drawn at the start of pregnancy. But I don't necessarily think that means she is pregnant. 

kelti... kelticmom

Melissa, I don't understand how that is possible. Blood tests are standard during pregnancy. To test your blood sugar, diseases, etc, but most importantly your Rh factor. Most people are Rh positive, but those who are Rh negative, like me, are at higher risk with every pregnancy, bc if the baby is Rh positive, it can cause severe anemia in the womb and a myriad of other complications. Babies (and sometimes the mother) died of those complications until the Rhogam therapy was introduced. Unless you didn't go to a traditional on/gyn or deliver in a hospital, I don't understand.

nonmember avatar Christina Ortiz

I would love for her to be pregnant she does seem like she would be great at it also I don't know if your from another country but in the us it's standard to get blood drawn :)

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