There Are Rumors Liam Payne Is Going To Be A Dad

It sounds like Louis Tomlinson's son might soon have a fellow baby to play with. There are rumors that Liam Payne and Cheryl are having a baby. The Mirror claims in a photo shared Monday that Cheryl (formerly know as Cheryl Cole) is supposedly sporting a baby bump. She and Payne went out to eat Monday night, which is where rumors began swirling heavily that these two will soon welcome their first child together. The pregnancy rumors have yet to be confirmed and neither Cheryl or Payne have commented. Bustle has reached out to their reps, but has yet to receive a response.

This isn't the first time such reports have been discussed. In early October, Just Jared added to the rumors further when Cheryl was seen wearing an oversized coat and apparently using it to cover up her so-called baby bump. Before that, in September, One Direction fans started freaking out that Payne would soon be a dad after he changed his Twitter bio to read, "the luckiest man in the world." Obviously, that update could me anything.

Then, The Sun reported that Cheryl's mom was spotted shopping for baby stuff. Per a source, "She had a massive pregnancy pillow which helps make your bump more comfortable when you’re trying to sleep." Another source told The Sun, "Joan was buying for one of her family in Newcastle. Her other children have lots of kids."

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There were even rumors dating all the way back to June only a few months after Payne and Cheryl started dating. "It’s very serious now between Cheryl and Liam and they have been talking among close friends about starting a family," someone close to Payne reportedly told The Sun (via The Mirror). An alleged source close to Cheryl said, "Her dream is to become a mum. But she also wants to get her divorce to JB [she was formerly married to Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini] out the way and be able to have a complete fresh start."

Basically, there are a lot of rumors, so be sure take them with a grain of salt.