Hilary Duff: Pregnancy is Like an Alien

October 11, 2011 By:
Hilary Duff: Pregnancy is Like an Alien

Breaking News: Hilary Duff has been abducted by aliens! KIDDING. Duff just said that being pregnant is so weird it’s like her body has been taken over by an alien.

While her pregnancy is going pretty good, she admits it’s strange not having control of her body.

“It’s literally like an alien has taken over your body. One day I’ll have a good day, and one day I’ll have a bad day, and it kind of goes like that,” says Duff.

That must suck. Hey I feel great…wait a minute, insane craving for nutella and black beans coming on right now. Dammit, spoke too soon.

However, she says most days she feels fine. “I feel really good. It’s been pretty easy, and I haven’t gotten sick at all, and I don’t have too many cravings. It’s so different,” Duff tells MTV News.

And of course the questions everyone asks every pregnant woman, is it a boy or a girl? Which is basically code for: There’s a sale at Baby Gap and I need to know if I’m buying a pink or blue onesie for the baby shower?

“Everyone else says it’s a girl, but I think it’s a boy. I’d be happy with a girl. I don’t care what I get, but every time I think about it or dream about it, I see a boy,” reveals Duff.

However, she could find out today what the sex of her baby is, she’s just waiting for her mom and sister to be there with her.

“I can already find out, but I want my mom and my sister to be there, but they’ve both been out of town. When they are both in the same city and we’re all there, then we’ll find out.”

And like all good celeb parents, are they going to name their kid after a fruit (Like Apple?) or perhaps a linen (Like Blanket?) or maybe a number (Harper Seven?)?

“If we give the baby kind of a unique name, we need to give it a normal middle name in case it hates it and wants to like fit in better and then maybe we just need to go totally traditional.”

Oh geez, Hilary Duff is gonna be the first celeb parents to name her kid Jessica or Bob.

She continues, “We’re like, ‘How can we be naming it before we even see it?’ There’s so much to think about!”