Hilary Duff is pregnant: ‘Matthew Koma and I made a little princess’

The last time we reported on Hilary Duff she was doxxing her neighbor for smoking in the hall of their New York City apartment complex and making too much noise at night. Her boyfriend, Matthew Koma, allegedly hit the neighbor during an altercation, at least according to the neighbor. Hilary and Matthew deny that happened. (For Hilary’s sake I hope that the story about him getting violent with the neighbor is not true. Hilary does not have the best picker when it comes to men but that’s not on her. E! has more information about Matthew and his career if you’re interested. He’s a songwriter and producer who has worked with Zedd and Shania Twain.)

Today’s news is much happier for Hilary. She’s expecting a baby, a little girl, with Matthew. Hilary and Matthew have been together for around a year and a half although they did break up for a while last spring. Hilary also has a six year-old son, Luca, with her ex husband, hockey player Mike Comrie. Hilary made the announcement of her pregnancy on Instagram and she phrased it like this, “made a little princess of our own,” because her sister, Haylie, just had her second daughter, Lulu, last week.

As for her show, Younger on TV Land, we just heard last week that it was renewed for a sixth season. I wonder if Hilary’s character will be pregnant on the show or if they’ll work around it. She looks as if she’s already a few months along so she might have timed her pregnancy so as to have minimal impact on filming. Incidentally, Page Six has a cute slideshow of Hilary hiding her stomach in recent paparazzi pics.

Congratulations to Hilary and Matthew on their good news! E! reports that Hilary and Matthew are “definitely on the path” to engagement.




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  1. tracking says:

    Are we still using “little princess” terminology? Ugh.

    • Wood Dragon says:

      She was on one if those geneology shows last week: one branch of her family is descended from Robert the Bruce; She was referencing that I think.

    • me says:

      Yeah I agree. Why little girls automatically get labelled “princess” is beyond me. LOL hey why not just call her a “Queen” then? I think Hilary will be going down the road of “everything must be pink!”. She’s got the pink balloons ready !

      Also in that first pic, is she wearing bowling shoes without socks?! I hope not.

  2. feral child says:

    Congratulations to Hilary! My hormones are on all babies are the best babies and I should have more babies kick even though I’ve had my kids. I can’t wait to see pictures!!

    Does getting married even matter at this point? They’re having a kid, they’re tied together for life anyway

  3. Barry Iris says:

    Hilary and Matthew are “definitely on the path” to engagement.

    What does that even mean?

    I’m currently on the path of wealth if we are making things up.

    • greenmonster says:

      This made me laugh out loud. Thank you!

    • AnnaKist says:

      I’m currently on the path to my fridge for a 3:30am snack.

      He hit his neighbour? He couldn’t just state his complaint and walk away? Red flag. 🚩

  4. Babs says:

    Congrats on the good news!
    These days I’m wondering about having kids close in age or spaced like Duff (generally speaking). Having two tiny kids at the same time seems excruciating but they might also end up closer? One of my sis and I are 5 years apart and we were never close. Also, a 6-years-old and a baby don’t have the same rythm at all so it might be exhausting too.

    • tracking says:

      My kids have a similar age spread to hers, and I love it. The older child is more independent and able to help with small things. Financially, so much better. One child in daycare at a time, one child in college at a time… They get along very well, and the younger child really looks up to the other one. I think you never know, based on temperaments, whether two kids will get along though.

      • Jan90067(aka imqrious2) says:

        I’m 8 1/2 yrs. older than my sister, and we’re pretty close. When she was born, she was “my” baby 😊 and I’ve adored her and cared for her ever since that moment I knew she existed. You CAN be close even with a large age spread.

        Also, when I got sick, she literally saved my life (with a stem cell transplant). I truly believe: the love you sow it the love you reap 😊

    • Shannon says:

      There’s no rhyme or reason to closeness. My brother and I are fairly close in age (3 1/2 years) and we love each other and get along, but we’re not BFFs or anything. My sons are 13 years apart (gasp LOL) and it actually worked out well for me. They both got their ‘time in the sun’ as an ‘only’ so to speak. One is 23 and in college, the other is 10. And while they’re not super close right now, the older one would babysit him for me sometimes and they still text each other and chat on the phone.

    • mela says:

      my sister and i are 13 months apart and have been thick as thieves our whole life. Our family raised us to always stick together and forced us to do things together as well so I think that had a huge influence as well. When my prettier more popular older sister wanted to go to party in highschool – my father would make my older sister take me (scrawny, younger with braces and all) to basically be the ultimate cock blocker. LOL. we also would get punished together. if one of us screwed up, he’d punish us both so then you felt the shame spiral for your actions negatively effecting your sibling. But most of the time we’d end up complaining about how much we hated our father, really good bonding experience! LOL

      Dear god my father should have been a freaking cult leader with that psychological war fare he played on us

      We are also mexican/italian so family is EVERYTHING and we are generally thick as thieves with cousins as well but we are very matriarchal families so female relationships are central to the family.

      We always joke – who needs friends when you have family? they are your friends 🙂

    • Lindy says:

      I’m currently snuggling my 7-week-old and my almost 9-yr-old is happily in bed for the night. He adores his baby brother and loves helping out. He’s independent enough that I can ask him to help keep an eye on the baby while I’m on the other side of the house for a few minutes, and they need such different kinds of attention that I don’t feel as drained as I think I would were they the same age.

    • Sojaschnitzel says:

      My sister and I are 2 years apart and the opposite of close. Just have them whenever you want b/c you cannot influence these things.

  5. Myriam says:

    You know how you can hide your pregnant bump from the paps before you make your announcement? Don’t call the paps. Just saying. But congrats though.

  6. Neelyo says:

    I thought that header pic was Elizabeth Olson.

  7. Shannon says:

    I’m just curious about that sign behind her that says ‘boobs’ lol – is that a band or what?

  8. mela says:

    I don’t want to sound negative but….this sounds like an unplanned pregnancy in an unstable relationship. Hilary is desperate.

  9. Lexter says:

    I thought she gave an interview a while back about how she wouldnt bother getting married again after the first went sour

  10. andrea says:

    I will be in the minority here, but two kids with two different fathers, the second one being born out of wedlock, no thanks. Personally, I’d want more for my children and myself. By more, I mean the stability of marriage. I could maybe see, starting a second family after having a second wedding, but out of wedlock?! I’m feel sad for her, for him, her son and her unborn baby. I know this is very unpopular. But children need stability and two committed adults. PS I’m not conservative in any other aspect of my life!

    • Alisha says:

      @andrea considering that 50% of marriages end in divorce, you may want to reserve some of your sympathy for the children who have to deal with all of the baggage that goes along with that.