The news we’ve speculated for months and months has finally been confirmed. Well, by a “source”.
Lara Bingle is pregnant. Lara Bingle, now Lara Bingle Worthington in case you missed the news that she secretly got married, has a bun in the oven.
A very prominent baby bump, if you will.
Who magazine are reporting she is already seven months along.
Reports of the pregnancy have been going since July. Lots of “insiders” and “trusted sources” gave lots of “revelations” to the media, but after their December wedding, we’re taking this one as the truth.
But yes, it’s true. Lara and husband Sam Worthington will be having a baby in March.
Mamamia previously wrote….
If Lara Bingle did indeed get married over Christmas, it looks like this is the reading that she and Sam Worthington had at their wedding:
The poem featured on Lara’s Instagram.
The poem, I Carry Your Heart by E.E. Cummings, is a classic wedding favourite. And yes, it featured in In Her Shoes, with Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette.
And how do we know this?
LOOK AT THAT NAME.
LARA BINGLE WORTHINGTON.
Yes – Lara has changed her name. Which makes it pretty bloody official.
Congratulations to the happy pair.
Unless, of course, Lara’s just having a lend of us, in which case – good on you, Ms Bingle Worthington.
We don’t know where/when or how they got married yet. But you know what they say – if it ain’t on Instagram it didn’t happen.
The pair met in 2012 through mutual friend Natalie Imbruglia, however the whirlwind romance began in September when the pair were reunited in New York.
After Lara Bingle’s highly publicised engagement and subsequent split from Australian cricketer Michael Clark in 2010, the model previously said she “never saw [herself] walking up an aisle”.
No stranger to public relationships himself, Worthington’s ex Sophie Monk wasn’t so impressed with his new relationship, telling 2day FM radio listeners “I want to be happy for them, but it really annoys me”.
Worthington on the other hand is “smitten” with Bingle, telling radio hosts Fitzy and Wippa, “I’m very happy and I’ve met someone I’m very grateful for”.
More to come (you can count on it).