Watch The Bump: Beyoncé Covers Her Belly Amid New Baby Rumors, But Wasn’t She Just Drinking Bubbly?

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They’ve got us right where they want us. CONFUSED!

Beyoncé Photographed Doing Champagne Toast Amid Pregnancy Rumors

Rumor has it that Beyoncé is pregnant. But Monday morning the Life & Times Twitter account posted a photo of Bey and Hubby Hov holding flutes full of champagne. Not exactly a pre-natal beverage of choice.

According to Page Six reports:

Jay Z and Beyoncé are keeping everyone guessing by posting a photograph of themselves celebrating the end of their world tour with Champagne, a day after he reportedly hinted she was pregnant with their second child.

On Friday night, as the married duo performed at Paris’ Stade de France, Jay changed the lyrics to his song “Beach Is Better’’ to say, “cause she’s pregnant with another one,” according to Radar Online.

Then on Saturday, they posted a picture of themselves celebrating the end of their “On the Run” tour after a final Paris show, before partying past 3 a.m. backstage with friends.
A show insider told us, “After the Friday concert, there was no congratulations for Jay and B backstage, there was no indication of a baby announcement.”

Of the photo, the insider added, “It is unlikely they’d pose with alcohol if she was pregnant. Even if she didn’t drink, they stayed up very late and partied after the show.”

Stars taking in their Paris performances included CC Sabathia, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.

Yeah…So what do you think? Is she just trying to throw us off? So as this photo threw some doubt on the rumors, there are other photos of Bey looking like she could be holding something.

She was photographed hitting the Eiffel Tower’s Jules Verne restaurant in Paris with Jay Z late Monday and it seemed like she was trying to cover up her stomach. Sooooo what gives?

Hit the flip for more photos from their evening out.

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