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Elizabeth Banks: Pregnant Or Just Rumors? Find Out Here

Elizabeth Banks’ appearance on “Press Your Luck” in a baggy blue jumpsuit has led to speculation that she is pregnant. Is she actually expecting something, or is everyone just making assumptions?

Increased viewership since the show’s 2020 renewal shows how much its devoted fan base has missed seeing it on television. Now that the show is in its fourth season, people have begun to take note of Elizabeth’s fashion sense.

Many people have praised the hostess’s outfit, but others aren’t sure if Elizabeth is really going to have another child.

Do You Know Elizabeth Banks?

Elizabeth Irene Mitchell was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, on February 10, 1974. Elizabeth Banks is an actress and producer from the United States. She is known for playing Gail Abernathy-McKadden in the Pitch Perfect series and Effie Trinket in the popular movie The Hunger Games.

She started out on TV, but her roles in movies like Seabiscuit, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, The Lego Movie, Power Rangers, and The Spider-Man Trilogy made her a very well-known actress. She has been nominated for and won many awards for her best roles on TV and in movies.

Is Elizabeth Banks Pregnant?

No, Elizabeth can’t have kids and isn’t going to have one. In 2019, the mother of two said on her website that she had had trouble getting pregnant and writing in the past.

I have a broken stomach, and that’s the only real problem I’ve ever had to deal with. Gestational surrogacy was the next step in our journey after years of trying to get pregnant and trying different methods that didn’t work.

She said that meeting her husband and the person who would carry the baby was the first of two miracles that happened around the birth of her first child. The second miracle was when she gave birth to Felix. Elizabeth is just wearing a dress that doesn’t fit her well.

Children Of The Press Your Luck Host

Elizabeth and her husband, Max Handelman,

Elizabeth and her husband, Max Handelman, have two surrogate-born sons. Born in 2011, she christened her “miracle” child Felix. She has described the ways in which he lives up to his name, which means “happy” and “lucky” in Latin.

In 2012, they welcomed a second son, Magnus Mitchell Handelman, age nine. Elizabeth previously expressed gratitude to the Center for Surrogate Parenting for its assistance in bringing her children into the world.

20 months separate the two brothers. She told The Independent about having children through surrogacy:

I do believe I am still being judged for what I’ve done and that people don’t understand my decisions; however, I do not believe I owe anyone an explanation. If my story makes people feel less alone on their journey, I am grateful.

Elizabeth generally keeps her children out of the spotlight, only occasionally posting photos of herself with Max on social media. She recently travelled to Greece, where she is presumed to be with her family.

What Did Elizabeth Say About The Rumours?

Elizabeth posted a link to a 2016 Huffington Post article in which Jennifer Aniston said she was “not pregnant,” but rather “frustrated.”

She wrote, “I admire Jennifer Aston.” After years of hearing pregnancy rumors, Elizabeth’s tweet from six years ago received over 800 likes. Jennifer chose to write the following in one part of her essay:

I’ll be clear: I’m not looking forward to it. I’m tired of it. I’m getting tired of how often “journalists,” the First Amendment, and “celebrity news” are used as excuses to talk about how fat people are and how they compare to each other.

Many Elizabeth fans nodded their heads in agreement, and one of them said, “Amen to that!” Jeez! People will still tell me that I won’t have children when I’m in my 70s.

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