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Hilary Duff didn't want to be surprised when she gives birth early next year. And so, in an interview that's set to air Monday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the pregnant 24-year-old actress-singer reveals that she's already found out she's expecting a baby boy!
"I haven't told anyone yet. I wanted to tell you first. I just found out," Duff tells host Ellen DeGeneres in the interview. "It's a boy! I had a feeling it was a boy the whole time."
The former Lizzie McGuire star confesses that she thinks she's a little more than four months along, which means her bundle of joy is due to arrive sometime around March. That coincides with the report made about why she was dropped from the upcoming Bonnie & Clyde remake, as a source said Duff likely wouldn't be available after her pregnancy until sometime in June.
Apparently her husband, pro hockey player Mike Comrie, expected this pregnancy to be just another false alarm -- until Duff showed him the pregnancy test proving otherwise.
"My husband makes this joke that I think I'm pregnant like 12 times a year," Duff confesses. "So when it actually happened... he was in the shower and I just held up the test and I was like, 'Oh my God.' And he was like, 'Ahh!' He was soaking wet. We were just a mess and started crying. It was really exciting."
Duff says that she hasn't felt many negative aspects of her pregnancy yet, and hasn't had any morning sickness or odd cravings.
"I feel great, actually. It's been super easy," she shares, though she does admit that she's been having "crazy dreams." "It's kind of like a little alien has taken over your body. You just don't quite feel normal."