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Lady Gaga Sparks Pregnancy Rumours Again at Sister’s Wedding

Lady Gaga has once again ignited pregnancy rumours. The 38-year-old singer was seen wearing a form-fitting black dress that seemed to show a baby bump, according to the Daily Mail. This happened during the rehearsal dinner for her sister Natali Germanotta’s wedding in York, Maine.

Gaga’s appearance at the event not only fuelled pregnancy speculation but also chatter about a possible engagement. She was seen sporting a massive diamond ring, adding to the buzz. Accompanying her was her boyfriend, Michael Polansky, with whom she has been in a relationship for over four years.

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Recently, Gaga has stepped away from the limelight. She just wrapped up filming for her new film, ‘Joker: Folie à Deux’ and has been focusing on her upcoming album. The singer made a rare public appearance at the premiere of her HBO concert film, ‘Gaga: Chromatica Ball,’ in an outfit that appeared to conceal her midsection.

The Sun published photos from Natali’s wedding, showing Gaga glowing next to Polansky. She wore a tight, off-the-shoulder black dress, matching pumps and a string of pearls, becoming emotional and wiping away tears the day before her sister’s wedding. On the wedding day, Gaga wore a peach bridesmaid dress and walked down the aisle with a groomsman.

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In March 2021, reports suggested that Gaga’s relationship with Polansky was becoming more serious. According to Entertainment Tonight, Gaga has expressed a desire to start a family with Polansky. She shared with her friends that she wanted to complete a few projects before settling down. Gaga has always envisioned having children and sees a future with Michael.

In a May 2020 interview with InStyle, Gaga expressed her excitement about becoming a mother. She said, “I look forward to being a mum. Isn’t it incredible what we can do? We can hold a human inside and grow it. Then it comes out, and it’s our job to keep it alive.”

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