Pregnant First Ladies
See which first ladies were sporting baby bumps while their husbands served as a nation’s leader.
The first lady of France Carla Bruni-Sarkozy will give birth to the first presidential baby in the history of the French republic. The couple hasn’t confirmed the news, but according to Reuters the father of the president confirmed it to a newspaper.
During his second year as the Prime Minister of the UK Tony Blair and his wife Cherie welcomed their fourth child Leo into the world. According to BBC News he was the first legitimate child born to a serving Prime Minister in over 150 years.
Queen Rania of Jordan became the world’s youngest queen when her husband King Abdullah succeeded his father. According to Lilsugar.com she has given birth to two children during her reign, upping her brood to four.
Prime Minister of the UK, David Cameron’s wife Samantha gave birth to the couple’s fourth child while he was just three months in office. According to The Telegraph the baby came as an early surprise while they were on a family vacation.
President Jacob Zuma’s wife Nompumelelo Ntuli gave birth to his 21st child in August last year, a son named Manqoba Kholwani.
Jackie Kennedy gave birth to her fourth child while John F Kennedy served as the President of the USA. The baby was born five and a half weeks prematurely and according to Lilsugar.com died of infant respiratory distress syndrome.