It goes without saying that you should never ask a woman if she's pregnant, but that doesn't mean everyone listens. Someone should have reminded former tennis champ Todd Woodbridge of that before he texted a common friend suggesting that fellow tennis great Kim Clijsters is expecting. In the text, Woodbridge noted that 2009 US Open champion, who's victory marked her return to the sport after giving birth to daughter Jada, "looks really grumpy and her boobs are bigger." Not one to let rumors get to her, Clijsters confronted the commentator following her second-round Australian Open win, denying her pregnancy and humiliating him in front of a packed stadium, saying, "You said you thought I was pregnant!"
Moms-to-be often go to great lengths to conceal their pregnancies before they're ready to make them public, often leading to speculation among family, friends, and co-workers. Sixty percent of LilSugar readers told us that people falsely assumed they were pregnant. Have you ever found yourself the subject of a rumor?