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Beyonce, Jay-Z Expecting Second Child: Report

Blue Ivy Carter may be getting a sibling

May 17, 2013 3:45 PM ET
Beyonce and Jay-Z.
Beyonce and Jay-Z.
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Beyoncé's next album release and tour status remain uncertain, but she has good reason: the 31-year-old singer is reportedly expecting her second child with husband Jay-Z.

The news, as reported by Us Weekly, would offer a clear explanation of her recent ailments: Beyoncé canceled a show this past Tuesday in Antwerp, Belgium on doctors' orders due to dehydration and exhaustion. However, she went against medical advice and performed in the city the next night. Last week, multiple sources at the Met Gala in New York told the New York Post that Beyoncé is pregnant.

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z welcomed their first child, Blue Ivy Carter, in January 2012. The singer is currently on a world tour that kicked off April 15th in Belgrade, Serbia. Beyoncé is also leading a summer ad campaign for H&M, and she still hasn't announced a release date for her follow-up to 4. Meanwhile, Jay-Z has been busy with the new sports agency arm of Roc Nation.

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