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Britney talks babies and chocolate



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Britney Spears talks babies and chocolate

Unless she manages to give up her current recipe for satisfaction post-pregnancy, Britney Spears is unlikely to be shedding her baby weight any time soon. The singer recently confessed to People magazine that her favorite craving is “chocolate, oh my God." Spears says, “I'll get up in the middle of the night and I'll get a Hershey's bar, the real big ones, and I'll put it in the microwave and melt it and eat it. It sounds disgusting, but it's so satisfying."

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In the interview Britney divulges that her second pregnancy - she’s due in just one month - was not expected. "It just kind of happened,��? she says. But Spears, whose first child, Sean Preston Federline is only 11 months old, says she won’t keep popping them out so quickly. She told People, “I'm going to wait a while for the next [baby]! I feel like I've been pregnant for 10 years!"

Britney is glad that her two babies will be so close in age. She says Sean and his baby brother or sister "are going to be so close together, it's going to be weird. But I love it.��?



 








 

 

 

 








 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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