Porsha Williams has admitted she was fond of being pregnant, and that admission has let fans to wonder if she’s already expecting a brother or sister for daughter Pilar Jhena’.
The speculation poured out on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star’s Instagram page Monday when she shared a throwback video of what seemed to be last year’s Halloween costume.
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“Miss. Minnie Mouse! Minnie Mouse got pregnant, she’s knocked up!” says Williams’ younger half-sister Lauren.
“Minnie Mouse is fat!” Porsha says as she twirls in her costume.
“Awe I kinda miss being pregnant💃🏿 Throw back Lauren sent me! 😂 #MinnieMouseIsFast,” read the caption to the “RHOA” star’s Oct. 28 post.
In no time, Williams’ followers began asking her if she was hinting that she was expecting a new baby with fiancé Dennis McKinley.
“Is that a hint 🤔 Porsha? Is there something you and Dennis isn’t telling us? Ummm Baby Pj wants a sibling 🤗. “
“Sending out signals into the universe”
“I think u may be hinting at something Ms. Porsha!!!!!!! Hmmmm❤️”
“Is she pregnant again?”
“Do I hear BABY 2”
“The people are saying you’re pregnant now. 🤨”
Williams and McKinley welcomed their first child, daughter PJ, into the world on March 22, 2019. The reality star chronicled her pregnancy on her Bravo spin-off “Porsha’s Having a Baby,” which aired on the network this past spring.
Yet the road to pregnancy was not easy for the reality star, who was open about a miscarriage she experienced on “RHOA” seasons earlier.
“I’ve had a miscarriage before in my past, which I’ve also been open about because I suffer with fibroids and had to have a myomectomy,” she told People magazine in 2018 of her anxieties surrounding her pregnancy. “So just the fear of, ‘Is the baby going to be OK ? Will I make it full term?’ All those questions that you ask if you’ve had a miscarriage before.”
But PJ arrived without a hitch via cesarean section this year. And McKinley is eager to give his daughter a younger sibling. Speaking on “Dish Nation” in August, The Original Hot Dog Factory owner was honest about his hopes to expand his family with Williams.
“Tryna work on number 2, like, later,” he said. “We going right back in. … I’m just tryna run ’em until Porsha get tired.”
But Williams was more hesitant, wanting to enjoy the time they had with their little one, who was soon to turn 5 months old.