Courtney Stodden & Doug Hutchison are expecting, it wasn’t ‘planned’


It feels like Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchinson only became a “thing” a few years ago, but do you realize that they’ve been scandalizing people for nearly five years exactly? It was in 2011 when we first heard that Doug Hutchinson, then 51 years old, had married a 16 year old Courtney. Their marriage was tabloid-trashy for a few years, and then they split in 2013. At some point, months later, they got back together. And now they’re expecting their first child. Courtney is now 21 years old. And in her pregnancy announcement, she even says that this wasn’t a planned pregnancy.

Courtney Stodden and husband Doug Hutchison are expanding their family. The 21-year-old is expecting her first child with the 55-year-old actor, Entertainment Tonight reports. Stodden is four weeks along.

“I’m going through a lot at the moment. This wasn’t a planned pregnancy,” she told ET. “But life happens.”

Despite the pregnancy surprise, Stodden added that she “feel[s] happy about it but extremely overwhelmed.”

The former Big Brother U.K. star wed Hutchison in a 2011 Las Vegas ceremony when Stodden was only 16-years-old. Two –and-a-half years after tying the knot, Stodden and Hutchison were legally separated. However, nine months later the pair reconciled, as Stodden’s mother and manager Krista Keller told PEOPLE that her daughter “found out that she really, really loves Doug and he’s the one she wants to spend the rest of her life with.”

[From People]

You guys, I feel sorry for her. It’s like she never had a chance, what with her crazy mother and equally crazy husband. Considering Courtney and Doug have tried various reality shows here in America and across the pond, I’m kind of wondering if this pregnancy will get them their own reality show set-up. Courtney & Doug Plus One? Something like that. We’re going to be hearing a lot about this pregnancy, I’m absolute sure.



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  1. Erinn says:

    Oh no. Oh no, oh no, oh no.

    That baby won’t even have the chance that she had.

  2. Tate says:

    This just makes me sad.

    • PrincessMe says:

      Me too. That announcement just made her sound so down and hopeless and I felt a surge of pity and sadness for her. I don’t know if that was an angle, but either way, this is a really messed up and sad situation. I hope she can pull it together.

      • Easypeasy123 says:

        I follow her instagram and she was certainly trying for a baby a few months back. Everyone feels so sorry for her but a lot of this is her

  3. littlemissnaughty says:

    Oh my god, this poor child. And I don’t mean the baby although oh my GOD that poor baby.

    • Zapp Brannigan says:

      This all day long, what kind of parents does Courtney have to sell their own daughter, she is a victim even if she does not think so, I feel so much sadness for this girl.

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  4. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Disgusting. I have always felt very sorry for her, but to bring a child into this mess is inexcusable. It was unplanned. Of course it was.

    • Shambles says:

      I feel pretty horrible for her, though. I don’t think it’s her choice to bring a child into this mess. She sounds trapped as hell, and I’ll bet you anything if she had it her way she wouldn’t carry the pregnancy to term. But I also bet you anything if she had it her way she would be nowhere near married to this sick creep she calls her husband. Her parents sold her, her husband bought her, and everyone in her life pretty much failed her. It’s terrible. I think she’s heavily medicated most of the time, so she’s probably not even coherent enough to consent fully to whatever goes on in their house for them to have made a baby. I don’t want to think too hard about it.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I feel sorry for her, too. She never had a chance. But I feel sorrier for this baby. These two as parents is intolerable.

      • Tammy says:

        @GoodNamesAllTaken…Courtney never had a chance, not with the mother she had. I agree with Shambles, this is not her choice. “I am going through a lot at the moment.. This wasn’t a planned pregnancy. But life happens” She feels happy about it but “extremely overwhelmed.” These are not statements from someone who planned on having a baby. These are statements from someone who is trapped in a life of hell. She probably doesn’t even know how she got pregnant…

      • Wren says:

        Or it’s only her choice because she doesn’t know of any other way for it to be. If you only know of one option, it can seem like it’s your decision but it really isn’t.

        I’ve always felt sorry for her and been disgusted by her as a creation of the completely messed up people surrounding her. My only hope is that having a child will awaken some latent sense of self preservation or awareness and she’ll be able to change her life for the better. Otherwise it’s too almost sad to contemplate.

      • JenniferJustice says:

        I feel sorry for her but more becuase she doesn’t even know what she’s missed, what she’s missing, and what she’s going to miss. Her parents married her off when she was just a teenager, but she did want it and I beleive she still wants it. She has always been about fame and money and didn’t care how she got there. She probably has some deep emotional issues, but even though we see her as abused, sold, owned, used, etc…..she does not. She thinks she’s living the high life becuase she got out of small town USA like she wanted and she’s married to a legitimate actor. Say what you want about him, but he is a valid actor who has had several pretty good roles. He’s just not popular or good-looking, so he has no real fanbase. But the fact is, he is an actor and she latched on to said actor and is happy to be a real actor’s wife. He has helped her career and we sure all know who she is. My guess is, as mentally warped as she may be, she is laughing all the way to the bank.

        I feel sorry for this unborn child. I worry for this unborn child.

        Stodden has messed with her face alot since I last saw her. She is completely unrecognizable at this point. She used to be cute in an average country way, but now she looks ridiculous and seriously unattractive. She must have body dysmorphia. Hutchinson’s died black hair on top and white facial hair is ridiculous as well, but she probably made him do it.

    • Esmom says:

      I can’t even fathom these two as parents. He’s repulsive and she is just sad and seemingly broken.

      I recently heard a radio story about high schoolers learning about raising a baby via those robotic infants and I was so impressed with how thoughtful some of them were about the prospect and implications of parenthood. I can’t even imagine these two even knowing how to figure out how to put on a diaper or remember to feed the baby. Frightening.

      • Penguen says:

        Robotic infants? Wow. In my day we had to carry around bags of flour.

        The future is here!

        But yeah, everything about this story is sad and gross.

      • Isa says:

        I had to have one of those at least 10 years ago. It was programmed to cry randomly, had sensors for rocking, feeding and changing diapers. It’s a really good project. If only they were programmed to spit up and have blow outs.

      • Kitten says:

        Ha! I heard it too but that girl’s voice was crazy right? …you know the one with the weird whispery baby voice? She seemed like a sweetheart though.

        But yeah, robot baby is a long way away from the egg we used to get…

      • Esmom says:

        Kitten, ha, she did have a crazy voice, it seemed totally put on and not real. They were sweet and I like how the exercise made them really think about parenthood. I never had anything like this, no egg or bag of flour, I think those were reserved only for students (primary girls) taking early childhood classes. And still are at my kids’ high school. I think it should be part of health, which everyone has to take to graduate.

        And Isa, I’m sure they are working on that technology as we speak! Although our school district probably wouldn’t pay for the fancy spitting-up models.

      • Lady D says:

        The dolls they use here can record abuse and have prolonged crying episodes. They are amazingly life like.

      • JenniferJustice says:

        I anticipate instagram pics of Stodden wearing her baby’s clothes. I seriously can see this happening.

    • Anti-Beiber says:

      Announcing when only four weeks along? Smacks of desperation to get the news out … another cash cow. It’s all too tragic. Vpoor, poor baby.

      • aurelia says:

        Combine this with the fact that she was planning for a baby on her IG account.

  5. TyrantDestroyed says:

    😨 What did she do to her face for looking so rough? ??

    • Alix says:

      She’s totally unrecognizable.

      • Minnieder says:

        If not for her pre-surgery pictures a few years ago, I would put her age closer to 40.

    • MiniMii says:

      I was thinking the same! She’s looking like the Walmart version of a Kardashian.

    • Pamela says:

      She has had a metric ton of plastic surgery…and it looks like she was trying to morph into Marilyn Monroe, her face looks like a rubber mask of Marilyn. Creeeeepy.

  6. Trixie says:

    Four weeks is extremely early to announce a pregnancy.

    • here's Wilson says:

      That was my first thought too. My second was shock that she was still banging this prune. Blech.

    • Bambilee23 says:

      That is exactly what I was thinking! It makes it seem like they want to get it out early in order to start shopping another reality show.

    • swak says:

      Anything can happen in the next 4 – 8 weeks. I miscarried around 9 weeks – which is very common. Learned not to announce anything until after 12 weeks.

      • Sarah B says:

        I don’t even think it’s late enough for her first missed period. Technically, the first day of your pregnancy is the first day of your Last Menstrual Cycle. Most people don’t find out that their pregnant until six weeks along.

        I hate to be a cynic, but what if she announced this early in case there’s a miscarriage, which they will capitalize on?

      • Amy says:

        I was coming here to say the same thing, Sarah. I found out at 4 weeks but that was only because I’d gotten pregnant via IVF and had close, early monitoring. I hate to be a cynic about something like this but I find it hard to believe you’d know that early with a “regular” pregnancy. Like you said, you technically wouldn’t have missed a period at that point and doctors typically don’t even see you to confirm until closer to 6 or 8 weeks.

      • Arpeggi says:

        Actually, the first day of your cycle is the first day of your periods; ovulation happens usually between day 11-day 14 of your cycle (it all depends on your cycle length) and fertilization can happen during the following 48 hours. Technically, you’re going to miss your next periods about 2 weeks after conception (there’s 14 days between ovulation and periods) so 4 weeks is long enough to know if you are preggo or not. But it’s wayyyy too early to announce it to strangers!

        That poor fetus though, I really pity the kid that’ll have to be born into such a family!

    • Pamela says:

      Also, if you weren’t planning it, would you even realize you were pregnant at 4 weeks? Obviously, if you are “trying” you end up taking lots of tests. But if you aren’t trying, would you even notice by 4 weeks?

  7. Darkladi says:

    This is so gross. This gross pig of an old man, this bobble-headed child bride with no sense of self, and this poor fetus with no shot.

  8. paolanqar says:

    If people needed a licence in order to make babies these 2 would never in a million years be allowed to procreate.
    This is creepy beyond imagination and that poor baby has no chance in life.
    Also, it really pisses me off when people say ‘It wasn’t planned’. We don’t live in the dark ages anymore if you have unprotected sex it means you kinda planned it so STFU.

    • Isa says:

      It wasn’t planned could also mean their birth control failed.

    • Palar says:

      That’s a real arsehole of a thing to say. Birth control fails quite regularly.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Hmm. Not really if used correctly.

      • littlemissnaughty says:

        It does? That’s news to me. It’s usually human error.

      • Palar says:

        Well I have a 9 yr old in the room next to me and I was on the pill.

      • Starkiller says:

        Well, any time you have sex you do so with the knowledge that you could fall pregnant. No birth control is 100%. But there’s a difference between that and actively trying to get pregnant, which would indicate discontinuing birth control and often taking other measures. That’s what I take it to mean when someone says a pregnancy is “unplanned”–they weren’t actively trying.

      • littlemissnaughty says:

        Palar, then you belong to the 1% who do/did get pregnant on the pill. That, to me, is not “regularly”. Nothing is 100% effective but if used correctly and possibly in addition to a second method, the pill is pretty effective.

      • Tammy says:

        My mom was on birth control when she became pregnant with my sister and used a condom when she became pregnant with my brother… apparently my stepfather poked a hole in the condom so he could have another kid. So yeah birth control can fail all the time and you could also have a partner using devious means to make sure you get pregnant.

        Stop assuming people.. stop assuming you know what Courtney means by this was unplanned… anything could have happened to this poor girl.

      • Wren says:

        What a judgmental thing to say. Birth control can and does fail, even when used properly. And even if you use it perfectly, it only takes one little slip up, mistake, or getting caught up in the moment to fail. It happened to me, and I dealt with it and moved on. It was absolutely unplanned and I refuse to be made “less than” because of one instance of failure. I can’t think of too many things that are immune from human error. Without knowing the situation it’s impossible to say if it was unplanned as in “what? we used a condom” or “I took all my pills!” or unplanned as in “what, sex results in babies? oh, oops”.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Yes, birth control fails, but not regularly. Just because you know one person it happened to doesn’t mean that you can’t usually prevent pregnancy. 99.9% is a pretty reliable rating. No judgment if it fails, but it does not fail “regularly.” Does anyone really believe this couple was responsible about birth control?

      • JenniferJustice says:

        it is not a mistake to get caught up in the moment. It is not a birth control fail when a woman misses one pill – that’s human error. The pill is 98-99% effective when used regularly and correctly. The margin of error is literally less than 1%. That is nearly fool-proof. You can’t blame birth control failure or call a pregnancy unplanned just becuase you didn’t take your pill one day and had sex KNOWING you might get pregnant. That is purely human error and cannot even be considered unplanned – more like unhoped for, but knowing it and doing it anyway is planned. Poking a hole in a condom is not unplanned. It is very much planned but in a devious way.

        We can assume all we want about this horrid couple. She wasn’t raped and she didn’t have her pills taken away. Getting pregnant by your own fault and then saying “Oops!” doesn’t make it a mistake or unplanned. It means paying consequences for human error.

      • Betsy says:

        JenniferJustice – let’s say 10 million women are sexually active and in their childbearing years. Let’s say they take it perfectly. What is is .1% of 10 million? You feel me?

        Also, I don’t think a 21 year old rape victim – and that is what I would call this poor girl whose PARENTS gave their consent when she was not of age – wants this as bad as you say above that she did.

      • katie says:

        Tell that to my cousin who was on bc, took it regularly, and never missed one day. She has TWO grown men as a result of bc. And that was two SEPARATE pregnancies!
        ETA: And as a nurse I can assure you that bc DOES fail more often than you realize.

    • Snowpea says:

      Er that is so beyond ignorant I’m actually speechless. Birth control fails all the time dear. I should know…I have a 16 year old who was conceived whilst on the pill.

      No contraception is 100 % effective.

      • Cleopatra says:

        Another one here who has a child conceived while on the pill. And no, I didn’t miss a pill. The failure rates even with perfect use mean this is not uncommon. I now use an IUD which has a much lower failure rate than the pill and no chance of user error on my part.

      • swak says:

        Many failures of the pill is because women aren’t told that antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of the pill. My oldest daughter’s first child was conceived while on birth control. Some months she was on constant antibiotics due to dueling yeast infections and UTI’s. And when she became pregnant she was on antibiotics.

      • Valois says:

        97-99 % is pretty close to 100. I think that going by the numbers, it’s more likely that she made a mistake and not that she was part of the 1 %.

        @swak That’s what doctors tell women, at least in my country. It’s also in the leaflet for both birth control and antibiotics- again, I’m refering to West and Central Europe.

      • Wren says:

        Let’s assume the pill is 99% effective. That means statistically 1 in 100 women will get pregnant while on the pill. Now let’s assume that there are 1,000 women on the pill. That’s now 10 women who got pregnant. Scale it up to 100,000 women, and that’s 1,000 pregnant. Not insignificant numbers. I don’t know how many women are on the pill but you get the idea. Yes, it is unlikely that one single individual will fall into that 1% but someone has to, or else it would be 100% effective.

      • swak says:

        @Valois, I just know that it was not part of telling the women about antibiotics affecting the pill when my oldest got pregnant (2003). I think they do a better job of it now, but unless the woman is really paying attention to what the Dr is saying, it goes in one ear and out the other. I would hope that GP’s/Family Drs also warn women when they prescribe antibiotics.

      • Lady D says:

        I used double protection consistently. Motherhood wasn’t happening. He’s 28 (and I adore him with all my heart).

      • Isa says:

        Oh yea, there is a certain amount of user error but sometimes it just happens. I’ve heard from women that have used the pill for years only to end up pregnant after using it correctly. Or women that got pregnant on the patch, the depo or the mirena. I haven’t heard anything about the implant, but that thing freaks me out.

      • aurelia says:

        Gad, think of the stats, for every 1 million women taking the pill correctly 10,000 per year will fall pregnant at the 1% failure rate.

      • Eden75 says:

        My first was one of the 2% of condom failures. Yes, it was used properly, it just failed. My second was a choice, however, coming off of Depo (I had been on it for 8 years) I was supposed to have a 6-12 month window if I decided to change my mind. 3 weeks after what would have been the date of my shot, voila!

        I don’t doubt this was not planned from her statement. I feel the utmost pity for her and this baby. Neither one has a chance.

    • Lucrezia says:

      I see that a few people have mentioned the 1% failure rate, but no-one has reported it correctly. The pill, used correctly, has a 1% failure rate PER YEAR. That’s a lot different than a 1% failure rate across a lifetime of use.

      • Lucrezia says:

        And I forgot to say, you have to remember that not all people would get pregnant in a year anyway. We tend to think a 1% failure rate means the pill is 99% effective, but that’s an exaggeration because some of the people who didn’t get pregnant would be infertile no matter what they were using.

        No method: 89% fall pregnant within a year.
        Perfect use oral contraceptive: 0.3% fall pregnant within a year.
        Typical use oral contraceptive: 9% fall pregnant within a year.

  9. Patricia says:

    She seems like a very loving person. Too bad she has never known what it’s like to be loved by her own mother. She was only ever exploited.
    I wish she could run away and have her baby in a normal setting, maybe the baby would have a chance.

  10. Laura says:

    I remember watching her on CBB UK and I felt sorry for her. She seemed to loosen up and genuinely enjoy being around others after a while, particularly those closer to her own age. I was happy for her when they split and sad when they “reconciled”. She was just a child and didn’t deserve to be sold off like that, and now she’s having a baby? She doesn’t sound happy in that statement, that’s the saddest part.

  11. Snowpea says:

    Oh my god her face is like a mask of horror. How does one look like this at age 21? All 21 year olds are so fresh and youthful but she looks terrifying and about 100 years old.

    The photo of her dressed up as Bo Peep is particularly disturbing.

    Like we say in Australia ‘Only in America!’

  12. Ann says:

    She always looks strung out to me. It’s disgusting that he was allowed to marry her and now there’s another child being brought into this mess.

  13. Lisa says:

    Wow, she looks really bad… I wonder if it is actually his… Also, I’m sure this was “unplanned” *eye-roll* anything to get back into the news

  14. Jenns says:

    I feel sorry for her and I feel sorry for that baby. She never had a chance. And I’m afraid her child won’t have one either.

    And while her mother is unstable, I get the feeling that there was some sexual abuse in their family. I wonder if the mother was a victim as well.

    • AmyB says:

      I completely agree @Jenns. I caught a few clips of Courtney and her mother on the Lifetime series Mother/Daughter experiment (yes I lost a few brains cells watching that garbage lol). Her mother is clearly mentally unstable and I do believe there was some kind of sexual abuse in Courtney’s past — which kind of explains her over-sexualized image. I feel much pity and sympathy for that girl; she was basically sold as a child by her OWN parents. And now a new baby in this tragic scenario? UGH……

      • JenniferJustice says:

        I’ve wondered this too. It is not just an image of over-the-top sexuality. She IS over-sexualized – by herself at this point. I watched them on Couple’s Rehab (please forgive me!) and I was thoroughly repulsed with her behavior around men. She literally writhes around and simulates sex whether she’s just standing there or sitting in a chair or someone is trying to have a normal conversation with her. She can’t seem to function w/out being seen as sex or needing to think every man wants to have sex with her. Who was that guy on the show with his girlfriend, Shane Llamas? Stodden had it bad for him. She kept trying to get alone with him every chance she could and acting like a baby that wants to have sex. He knew it. He even said somethinig to Hutchinson about it, but his response was that she can’t help herself. It was disturbing and even though I know she’s warped and damaged, I would have kicked her a$$ if she acted like that around my husband. She has no respect for other people, marriage, commitment, women in general. It’s all one big competition to her that she loses at consistently but still won’t stop. And no, I don’t beleive it was for the cameras or the show. That is just who she is. I feel sorry for her, but I still would want to beat her down if I were around her.

      • AmyB says:

        Yes JenniferJustice I saw them on Couple’s Therapy too — it was painful to watch her behavior. Something serious is wrong with her and clearly, no one is interested in getting her any help.

  15. grabbyhands says:

    Who announces their pregnancy at 4 weeks? I hope this is a PR stunt because I can think of few people LESS qualified to be parents than these two.

    • iheartjacksparrow says:

      On DM the speculation was that she announced the pregnancy now, so that in a couple of weeks she could announce a miscarriage. That would result in sympathy and headlines.

  16. NewWester says:

    Does Doug even have a career anymore? His personal life is as creepy as that character he portrayed on “The X-Files”
    What actually does Courtney do anyway?

    • Secret says:

      He played the creepy weirdo on the CSI series finale movie. He played the creepy weirdo really, really well. By the sounds of it he’s been playing a version of creepy weirdo for the last 5 years.

      That poor girl.

    • Lady D says:

      Percy from The Green Mile.

  17. Norman Bates' Mother says:

    For her sake, I really hoped this was just a sham, pr marriage and that there was no intimacy between them, but now we have proof. I feel so sorry for her. How is this possible that in the XXI century, in the civilized world, parents can legally allow some 50-something creep to marry and have sex with their 16-year-old child? People are appalled by similar situations happening in the Middle Eastern or African countries (hence the reaction to the brilliant, Oscar-nominated movie Mustang), while Stodden’s situation is treated as a comic relief in the gossip media. She looks like a blow-up doll – it’s true, but she never stood any chance. She was treated solely as a sex object and money-making machine by her own mother. And this poor baby has no chance too – now for its sake, I hope it’s a boy.

    • Lucky Charm says:

      When my daughter was 16, Doug H. was almost old enough to be MY father! It’s one thing for a 51 year old to marry an 86 year old (that’s still kind of ewww, but at least both are fully mature adults) but it’s just downright creepy for a 51 year old to marry a teenager.

      I really hope they have a boy, I am terrified of what kind of a life a little girl would have in that family.

  18. minx says:

    Just sad, all the way around. And now a baby is being brought into this mess, ugh.

  19. I’m not surprised she went back to him. She has no education or qualifications and probably doesn’t know how to take care of herself or promote herself. Her mother and husband have been taking care of the practicalities all along, she was probably lost without him. Crossing my fingers that the baby is a boy because we don’t need another generation of exploitation. Well, they can still exploit him, but at least he wont have a boob job to look forward to for his 12th birthday.

  20. JustJen says:

    Obviously she was learning the “bend and snap” when she should have been learning about safe sex and pregnancy prevention. Oy vey.

  21. MrsBPitt says:

    How old do you think this baby will be, before they start doing plastic surgery on it? I’m joking…or am I? Poor baby…

  22. JenB says:

    Oh geez, EW.
    He played that horrible character on “The Green Mile” and I originally respected his acting skills. Until he married a 16 year old. So disgusting, wrong, and beyond sad for her.

  23. Bettyrose says:

    The worst part is ..there’s nothing left for them to sell. Old creeper with 21 year old wife isn’t even shocking. Unplanned baby? Nope. No story there. I detonated do bad for Courtney and now that baby, but they’re not reality show material. They’re just like any other struggling underemployed family. Seriously, how will they support this baby?

    • JenniferJustice says:

      Actually, from what she claims, she has a website with a fanclub that gift her regularly = old men pay her money to look at her porn images online. She has money. My guess is, at this point, she is supporting him. That’s why he’s okay with her porn stuff. He needs it too. Gross, I know.

      • Bettyrose says:

        **smacks forhead** of course she’s doing porn. And of course the geezer hid her birth control so he can continue to have a reason to be hanging onto this train wreck of a situation. That poor kid. (i’m not bashing porn star parents. The ones who have free will and make their own life choices. But this girl has no business caring for another life) What they did to this girl is criminal and the baby’s future is a scary thought.

      • aurelia says:

        All the hall marks of chronic sexual abuse. Dysfinctional relationships with males, hyper sexualization from a young age and doing porn.

  24. OriginallyBlue says:

    Ugh I feel sorry for her and the baby. Another generation of dysfunction.

  25. QQ says:

    Jesus … this is horrific, that girl is in no way equipped, and now this means that Pedo husband of hers ( cause make no mistake he preyed on a Minor and got away with it!) get to be in her life forever

    Also its bizarre how she now looks like pre death 60s Marilyn… to even shoot for that “look” which she deliberately is doing is just…l..

    • evie says:

      Co-sign this. He is disgusting, her mother is disgusting and Courtney just makes me so sad. She is going to be such a wreck once the baby comes. I had a great support network of family and STILL found first-time motherhood to be so hard.

    • DTX says:

      The poor thing actually looks kinda post-death Marilyn if you ask me, full of plastic and embalming fluid…ugh. I need to shut up, that is mean. I feel sooooo sorry for this girl, I wish I could rescue her

  26. Lucky Charm says:

    Who announces a pregnancy at four weeks? I can see maybe telling your parents, but that’s about it. I feel 100 kinds of sorry for that little baby. I just hope she’s allowed to actually mother that child and really know & feel what unconditional love is. I have a feeling that her mother and husband won’t allow that, though, and the nanny will be the one getting all the baby’s attention. To clarify, I can’t see her husband not being jealous of the attention she gives the baby because it’s not going to him; and I can see her mom not taking it well if Courtney shows that she’s a better mother to her own child than she is. To then, having a nanny take care of the child frees up Courtney for them to continue being their pawn and ego booster.

    • drnotknowitall says:

      I know it is not common (and I certainly waited until the second trimester). But the reason we don’t announce during the first trimester is because the possibility of miscarriage is at its highest during that time in pregnancy. Otherwise, there really is no “rule” about when to announce. She is obviously not very bright and seems much more upset than happy about the pregnancy.

      What I find more curious is how she knew at 4 weeks. That is really unusual.

  27. bokchoi says:

    I don’t care how legal it may have been when they got together, this is straight up a pedophile and a mentally ill young woman. This is not fun celebrity gossip. Please don’t post any more stories about Woody Allen & Soon-Yi 2.0

  28. meme says:

    dear lord what has she done to her face now? poor baby…raised by wolves would be better.

  29. Rockin Robin says:

    I am happy for anyone who is going to be a mommy, but their whole situation is just gross. I hope the child has someone normal to look up to.

  30. DTX says:

    I know her goal was being the next Marilyn (so original! :/ ) but she’s actually turning into the last person who tried that…Anna Nicole. Drugged up, incoherent, pregnant, with a creepy predator who’s got his claws tightly latched onto her. #SAVECOURTNEY

  31. Paige says:

    as someone who is actively dealing with infertility – this makes me want to vomit 🙁

  32. holly hobby says:

    She makes me sad. It’s like her childhood was ripped away from her by her pervert husband. Plus all that work she has done to herself. If you didn’t say she was 21, I would have thought she was a hard 40.

    I feel sorry for that unborn child!

  33. Pabena6 says:

    Maybe some of you who’ve been pregnant will know – what is going to happen to her breasts when her body starts prepping for the baby? There are already multiple reports/stories (which seem believable to me) that her implants are far too large, and that that’s what causes her boobs to have that purplish hue, because the blood vessels are strained. So when the milk comes in, what on earth will happen? Couldn’t she finally tear or hemhorrage? They look painful even w/o this added strain. This poor child.

    • drnotknowitall says:

      I think she is going to have some problems with the implants given the obvious the discoloration problems we have seen. This is not my field of expertise, but I think the implant being placed above the muscle might cause additional edema during pregnancy. Any plastics specialists on this board by chance?

      Also, to answer your specific question. I have had breast reduction surgery, so not the same thing. But it was much more difficult for me to pump milk. The glands had shifted and become a bit tougher to reach. So I had to massage my breasts several times a day to get access to the glands and pump.

      I also think she will have to rethink her entire physical appearance. She cannot continue using that much bleach, using a tanning bed, wearing heals that high. But she strikes me as very shallow and seems incredibly upset about this pregnancy. I hope she gives the child up for adoption.

  34. Amanda G says:

    Wow…it is shocking how different she looks. she has aged herself at least 10 years with all that work. And now they are reproducing? Ugh.

  35. vo says:

    A 35 year age difference is ridiculous period, but do you think this is worse than those 30-something trophy wives who are having babies with their 70 year old husbands? At least Hutchison will most likely live to see this child reach adulthood.

  36. sunnydaze says:

    I have to defend the announcement at 4 weeks (NOT her or the situation) and here’s why:

    Yes, it’s very early. And we are generally taught not to mention anything until the 2nd trimester. Why? Because of the risk of miscarriage. Let’s think about this logically – we are taught not to say anything because we might suffer a loss. Does this make any sense? It really only reinforces the stigma of miscarriage. Yes, miscarriages are VERY common in these early weeks, but some women still take that as a loss of life. To be clear, I’m not one of those women, we had various “chemical pregnancies” and loss around 5-6 weeks and while it sucked because it meant another round of failed fertility treatments I know some women who were in the same boat and it was devastating. I would HATE a woman to have to go through something like that totally alone because someone told her she should wait until she’s out of the “danger trimester”. I had very little choice about being open about my pregnancy (I’m now 20 weeks) because I had a major conference lined up people were asking me about and when I said I wasn’t going to attend everyone knew why – I’ve also been very open about our fertility issues. Plus, the amount of puking I did everyday at week 7 was pretty damn hard to hide. Yes, it can be traumatic for a woman to have to explain what happened when people ask how the baby is doing, but that should be her choice to grieve publicly, with friends and loved ones, with only a select few friends, with just a partner, or with no one else at all. I just hate how this stigma is out there, how many people suffered losses and feel they can’t talk about them because they happened in those first three months. I think we as a society feel the need to “protect” women from this, but I’ve run into so many women that when I openly talk about the issues I’ve had they say they wish they could have spoken out when it was happening. Maybe it’s time to trust women to do what they feel is best for them. Society needs to stop saying “ugh, it’s so early, what if something happens?” Well so what! Then something happens and hopefully that woman will have a support system in place so she doesn’t have to suffer in shame, return to work after bleeding out in a bathroom stall, trying not to cry.

    That all said, this whole situation makes me ill, and I’m not entirely convinced there isn’t something to the “PR” aspect of this. I just wanted to defend the whole idea of announcing early.

  37. drnotknowitall says:

    I can’t pity her. She is vapid. and utterly useless.

    Unfortunately, her poor child does not get a choice.

  38. kri says:

    Let us pray.

  39. Blackbetty says:

    She always seems to be on something- pills or booze? Why were her parents so deperate to marry her off? Her husband isn’t even popular or hot?

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  41. LisaLisa says:

    I’ve actually talked to her before online, and she’s a really sweet, kind person.