In a recent interview, Meghan Trainor shared the reason why she just “can’t” have sex with husband Daryl Sabara while pregnant.
Mommy-to-be Meghan Trainor has put a stop to all the bedroom games.
On Monday, Nov. 16, during an interview with TODAY Parents, the 26-year-old expecting star shared the reason why she's not having pregnancy sex with husband Daryl Sabara.
"Maybe this is weird, but mentally I can't have sex while our son is in between us," the "All About That Bass" singer, who revealed she's having a boy in October, explained. "All my pregnancy apps say it feels really good. But all I can think about is that there's a little boy in my belly."
The singer also shared how great of a partner Daryl has been through the pregnancy. So much so that her friends are even lowkey jealous of their adorableness.
"Our relationship really messes with my girlfriends' minds," Meghan explained. "They're all like, ‘How the hell am I going to find a Daryl?' He's so good. He's unbelievable."
Meghan—who has been married to the Spy Kids actor for two years—first announced they were expecting their first child together back in October. She took to Instagram to share the big news with a sonogram engulfed in Christmas decorations.
"You all know how long I've wanted this!!!!" she wrote in the caption. "@darylsabara and I are so beyond happy and excited to meet this little cutie early next year! WE'RE PREGNANTTTTT!!!"
Meghan also spoke about her pregnancy excitement with Today's Jenna Bush Hager and Hoda Kotb and shared how "lucky" she felt.
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"My pregnancy has been pretty easy so far. I do feel like I'm learning new things every single day," she expressed. "I try to do all my research but I'm like what is this new symptom I've never heard about? So I realized how amazing women are. We're all like women are superheroes."
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