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Entertainment Celebrities who managed to keep their babies a secret

12:01  06 march  2021
12:01  06 march  2021 Source:   starsinsider.com

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There are some celebrities who publicize their pregnancies to the point where it feels like we’re at every OB/GYN appointment with them. Then, there are these stealthy, black-ops couples. These parents are proof positive that it is possible to keep a secret in Hollywood. Gosling and Mendes managed to keep her first pregnancy hidden for seven months. There was no official announcement when their daughter Esmeralda Amada was born in September 2014, although TMZ did obtain a copy of her birth certificate.

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(Reuters) - American boxer Claressa Shields scored a unanimous points victory over Canada's Marie-Eve Dicaire on Friday to become the first undisputed world champion in two different divisions in the four-belt era.

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Shields, 25, retained her WBC and WBO light-middleweight titles, won the vacant WBA belt and also took Dicaire's IBF crown after all three judges at the Dort Federal Event Centre in Flint, Michigan, scored the fight 100-90 in the American's favour.

"I was trying for the knockout," said Shield, who landed 116 punches to Dicaire's 31. "That's what I wanted. And I almost had it…at the end of the day, I'm the new undisputed champion at 154 pounds – the first boxer to do it in history."

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Celebs Who Were Really, Really Good at Keeping Their Baby News a Secret . These super-stealthy stars managed to keep their impending arrivals under wraps for months. Wu, who generally keeps her personal life private, had not previously announced that she was expecting a new addition. Her Instagram and Twitter profiles are designated as "defunct" in their respective bios.

Here are 10 Celebrities Who Kept Their Baby Daddies Secret (And 6 Who Tried But Failed). For the most part, Mulder has led a quiet life with Anna, managing to keep her daughter’s photo out of the press and maintaining a remarkable amount of privacy for a former supermodel. 3 Cristiano Ronaldo.


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Shields, a two-time Olympic champion, had previously unified all four major belts - WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO - at middleweight.

After the fight, she was quick to call out Britain's Savannah Marshall, the only fighter to have defeated Shields as an amateur.

"You won a lucky decision when we were kids," Shields said.

(Reporting by Arvind Sriram in Bengaluru; Editing by Simon Cameron-Moore)

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