Michelle Williams Tells 'The View' Beyonce is Not Pregnant

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Michelle Williams, former Destiny's Child singer, dismissed rumors that Beyonce is pregnant. While co-hosting on The View this week, Williams said there's no truth behind the rumors.

The rumors, of course, started when a photo of Beyonce covered in sand--with large protrusions over her breasts and belly--appeared online. It really did look like she had a sand-covered baby bump. Michelle Williams disagreed.

"First of all, if you look at the picture, the baby bump is like where her knees probably really are so that's really, you know?” Williams said.

See what you think of Beyonce buried in sand, with Blue Ivy by her side. Do you think she looks pregnant?

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A source recently told Us Weekly that a second child for Beyonce and Jay Z isn't out of the question, however.

"They want to give Blue a sibling and not too far apart in age,” the source explains. “She's been trying to lighten her load a little, so if it happens she's prepared work-wise."

Michelle Williams is very much in love with Blue Ivy. She said in December that the little girl absolutely melted her heart.

Williams shared how Blue Ivy “just looked at [her] one day and just said, ‘You are so pretty!’ And children tell the truth!”

Do you think Michelle Williams is truly close enough to Beyonce to be considered an authority on whether or not she is pregnant? If so, it sounds like there's no baby bump hiding under the sand on that beach where the family appeared to be relaxing in the warm sun.

If and when Beyonce is pregnant again, perhaps Williams will keep the '7/11' singer's fans apprised.

Kimberly Ripley
Kimberly Ripley is a freelance writer and published author from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. A wife, mom of five and 'Nana' to Lilly and Aiden, she loves cooking for her big family and watching HGTV in her spare time. Kim is guilty of starting way more home design projects than she can finish. Visit her at Twitter and Facebook.