Justin Timberlake Confirms Jessica Biel’s Pregnancy With Adorable Baby Bump Kiss

AW! Justin Timberlake Just Confirmed Jessica Biel's Pregnancy

Justin Timberlake

by Sarah Fitzmaurice |
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We've long been fans of Justin Timberlake's Instagram feed - he posts the most adorable throwbacks - he's funny, and, you know, he's super hot.

But now Justin may have exceeded himself by uploading the most adorable snap of himself kissing his wife's baby bump.

It's been rumoured that JT and Jessica Biel have been expecting for a while but the pair have kept 'mum' on the claims ... until now.

Justin and Jessica decided to make the announcement on JT's 34th birthday and the Sexy Back singer said having a baby was the 'greatest gift ever'.

He wrote: 'Thank you EVERYONE for the Bday wishes! This year, I'm getting the GREATEST GIFT EVER. CAN'T WAIT. #BoyOrGirl #YouNeverKnow #WeDontEvenKnow #WeAreTakingBets.'


Justin celebrated his birthday in the snow and you'd be forgiven for guessing the pair enjoyed a trip to their regular haunt of Montana.

The place holds special memories for the pair - they head there annually and during their Christmas and New Year holiday in 2011, welcoming in 2012 Justin asked Jessica to marry him there. Nawwww.

We're betting that's going to be one seriously good-looking child!


The 10 Best Pregnancy Products For When You Have A Baby On Board

GALLERY >> Shop The Top 10 Pregnancy Products1 of 11

GALLERY >> Shop The Top 10 Pregnancy Products

With the likes of Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton, all flaunting their fabulous baby bumps, it’s time to get tough on stretch marks and all those body changes reeking havoc upon your regular beauty routine. Minimise the risk of stretch marks by slathering our pick of the best oils onto your bump, hips and thighs. The earlier into the pregnancy you start doing this, the better!Not only are pesky stretch marks likely, but also during the first few weeks of pregnancy your body sees a huge surge of hormones, which can lead to dull, oily dry skin. On the plus side, hair often changes for the better during pregnancy becoming more bouncy and shiny (wooo!), but these changes can revert back once the baby is born. To avoid this and keep your luscious locks, try our pick of hair products for beautiful hair that outlives the pregnancy period.

10. Mama Mio Omega Body Oil2 of 11

10. Mama Mio Omega Body Oil

Mama Mio Omega Body Oil, £23, mamamia.com. Packed with Omega 3,6 and 9, this gorgeous fragrant blend of sink in oils will keep your skin nourished, firm, elastic and glowing. What more could you want during your pregnancy?

9. Zita West Vital Essence3 of 11

9. Zita West Vital Essence

Zita West Vital Essence, £25, zitawest.com. Give your baby the best start in life with Zita West vital essence. Filled with all the micro-nutrients that are most important during the first few months of pregnancy.

8. Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm4 of 11

8. Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm

Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm, £39.50, timetospa.co.uk. Combining starflower, elderberry and optimega oils this super cleansing balm cleanses, nourishes and smoothes skin for a glowing complexion.

7. Louise Galvin Deep Conditioning Treatment5 of 11

7. Louise Galvin Deep Conditioning Treatment

Louise Galvin Deep Conditioning Treatment, £10.98, John Lewis. This deep conditioning treatment restores the hairs moisture for improved colour protection. Vegetable proteins and honey derivatives leave hair soft and silky without weighing it down.

6. Sanctuary Therapists Facial Oil6 of 11

6. Sanctuary Therapists Facial Oil

Sanctuary Therapists Facial Oil, £17.50, Boots. Pamper yourself during pregnancy with this facial oil. It's a youth boosting facial in a bottle according to Sanctuary therapists.

5. Eucerin Even Brighter Day Cream7 of 11

5. Eucerin Even Brighter Day Cream

Eucerin Even Brighter Day Cream, £22.50, Boots. This day cream reduces the appearance of pigmentation spots for an even and bright complexion. During pregnancy pigmentation can occur, but opt for a super gentle product like this - pregnancy products aimed at pigmentation are often too harsh.

4. Weleda Stretch Mark Massage Oil8 of 11

4. Weleda Stretch Mark Massage Oil

Weleda Stretch Mark Massage Oil, £13.26, Boots. We all worry about stretch marks during & after pregnancy, so ease your mind and use this massage oil proven to prevent stretch marks on bum,tum and thighs.

3. Kerastase Sensidote Dermo-Calm Masque Serum9 of 11

3. Kerastase Sensidote Dermo-Calm Masque Serum

Kerastase Sensidote Dermo-Calm Masque Serum, £16.60, feelunique.com. Specially deisgned for sensitive scalps. This serum has a calming, soothing effect to relieve scalp irritation.

2. Cowshed Udderly Gorgeous Stretch Mark Oil10 of 11

2. Cowshed Udderly Gorgeous Stretch Mark Oil

Cowshed Udderly Gorgeous Stretch Mark Oil, £18.38 at Boots. Specially formulated to tackle stretch marks, Cowshed's special blend soothes and softens the skin using the power of Vitamin E and Jojoba oils.

1. Aromatherapy Associates Rose Massage & Body Oil11 of 11

1. Aromatherapy Associates Rose Massage & Body Oil

Aromatherapy Associates Rose Massage & Body Oil, £40, aromatherapyassociates.com. Try the amazing renewing and conditiong powers of rose, neroli, geranium and evening primrose that'll leave you skin hydrated and not to mention beautifully fragrant.

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