Your all-time fave childhood star, Hilary Duff is pregnant

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This is what dreams are made of, people!

At the end of a pretty devastating week (with the news of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain’s passings) we can truly say we are genuinely thrilled to hear that your imaginary gal pal, Hilary Duff is expecting! 

The news broke overnight that Hilary is up the Duff (sorry, had to) and that she and her partner Matthew Koma will soon be welcoming a little girl into the family. 

The Lizzie McGuire and Younger star announced the news with a sweet Instagram post. 

She wrote:

"Guess what guys! @matthewkoma and I made a little princess of our own and we couldn't be more excited!!!!!!."

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The announcement comes just three days after her big sister, Haylie Duff, welcomed her second child, daughter Lulu with her fiancé, Matt Rosenberg.

Music producer Koma posted the same sweet image on his social media page as he expressed his joy at the news.

"We made a baby girl!" he shared.

"She will be as beautiful and sweet as her mother...@hilaryduff another incredible chapter begins."

The child will be a little sister for Hilary's six-year-old son Luca from her marriage to former ice hockey star Mike Comrie.​

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Duff initially began dating Koma in 2016, shortly after her romance with her personal trainer Jason Walsh fizzled out, but they parted ways in April 2017.

Their relationship appeared to be back on just five months later, as he helped Hilary celebrate her 30th birthday, and she confirmed as much in December 2017, during an interview on U.S. daytime show The Talk.

She didn't mention Matthew by name but revealed she was dating someone she had previously been linked to.

"Timing is such a big deal, third time's a charm," Hilary remarked.

"I think that you have history and a past with someone, and love, and just because it doesn't work out the first or second time, as long as there's not too much damage done, then it can always work out again."

Image: Instagram

Original story via WENN.


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Written By Stephanie Nuzzo