It was previously reported that Beyonce's bundle of joy would be arriving in February of next year, but now, all signs are pointing to December.
In Beyonce's behind-the-scenes clip from her Countdown video, which surfaced on Tuesday, Bey announces that she's six months pregnant. The thing is, that video was taken in September.
In the clip, Beyonce holds up a copy of the Daily News and talks about a story speculating whether her pregnancy was real.
"Hello, it's Sept. 23. Oh baby! Oh baby! Oh baby! Oh baby! This was on the cover of the Daily News," Beyonce says, putting on some kind of weird muppet voice.
"Right now I'm actually shooting the video for 'Countdown' and I'm six months pregnant, pretending that my stomach is flat in body suits."
She added: "But thank god you can't really tell from the front, but when I turn to the side... oh baby! Oh baby!"
If she was six months pregnant in September, that would make her due date sometime in December. I did math.
Well, no matter when Beyonce's baby makes it's debut, her pal Kelly Rowland will be by her side.
Rowland told the Daily Mail:
"My best friend had a baby and I wasn't there to see the baby born. That kind of stuff. I get choked up even now talking about it because I wasn't there. So now it's important to me to share those moments with my friends and with my family. I wouldn't miss the birth of Beyoncé's baby. I can't. I don't want to miss those moments."
The singer added:
"It’s life happening to people that I love and I want to be a part of it. I watched my best friend's baby being born on Skype. I was thinking, 'Oh my God. When am I going to get married?'"
I get what she's saying and all, but I don't think I'd be up for actually being in the room while my friend has a person coming out of her vagina. Hose that thing down and get it to take a nap, then we'll talk.
Rowland says that her friends getting married and having babies makes her want to do the same.
"I wanted that wedding. I wanted to be married. I wanted to have kids," she says. "That was all a part of growing up. I just think it’s important to trust your gut. I did a lot of soul-searching afterwards, and I want to be married, so dating is part of that process."