Stefanie Sun is pregnant

The rumours of her expecting baby no.2 are true y’all


It’s official: Stefanie Sun is pregnant and expecting her second child.

An official statement about her pregnancy was released by MAKE / MUSIC and Universal Music Group this morning after months of speculation by the media.

“MAKE / MUSIC and Universal Music Group would like to share the joy of Stefanie Sun Yanzi and her husband, who are expecting a new addition to their family in 2018,” the statement read.

“We would appreciate if fans and media alike can give Yanzi and her family the privacy they enjoy. At the same time, we thank everyone for your concern and well wishes as we count down to the arrival of the baby!”

The news was confirmed by Stefanie herself, as the 40-year-old shared pictures of the statement on her official Facebook page, writing, “Thank you everyone for your concern!” 


No word was given how far along she is in her pregnancy or when her baby is due. However, it looks like work may have to take a backseat for the next two years as Stefanie said that she would have to temporarily halt all work activities, including postponing her world tour, till after her birth.

In November last year, the mum-to-be made headlines during her promo tour for her latest album, Stefanie Sun’s 13th work: A Dancing Van Gogh, when the singer expressed her desire to add another child to her family in 2018.

Rumours of her being pregnant started when she had to cancel an autograph session for her new album as she was feeling unwell. Adding on to the suspicions was a post she wrote on Weibo about “being hungry in the middle of the night,” which netizens believed to be a sign of pregnancy.

Photos of Stefanie’s assistant holding onto her as she teetered about in high heels at work also drew attention, however all these rumours were dismissed by her management back then. 

Photos: Facebook/Stefanie Sun

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