‘Pregnant’ Jessica Biel Bundles Up In Cincinnati; Justin Timberlake’s Wife’s Movie ‘The Blunderer’ Brings More Job To The State

A “pregnant” Jessica Biel bundled up in Cincinnati while filming “The Blunderer,” which a report suggested has contributed a lot to the local economy.

“The possibly expectant star was seen on the set of The Blunderer over the weekend and made sure to stay bundled up in the chilly temperatures,” said E! News .

” Justin Timberlake’s leading lady was seen staying warm in a puffer coat and Ugg boots in between scenes, all the while wearing a baby pink A-line dress for her character.”

The tabloids have been speculating whether Jessica Biel is pregnant or not, as there’s no official confirmation or denial from the camp of both the “Total Recall” actress and her husband, Justin Timberlake.

According to New Zealand’s Sowetan Live , “the 32-year-old singer has reportedly been spoiling his wife of two years with regular massages after finding out she is expecting their first child.” The source said that, ”Justin sends over a masseuse a few times a week and he’ll surprise Jess by making spa appointments for her so she can be pampered.” The insider also confirmed the Jessica Biel pregnant news with the allegation that the “Sexy Back” singer is very excited about being a first time dad, and has been telling his pals that he wants more kids, according to Life & Style  magazine.

The insider added that, ”Justin is so gung ho for fatherhood, he’s telling friend he wants at least two more.” Meanwhile, the Cincinnati  website  revealed that the pregnant Jessica Biel’s “The Blunderer” will contribute to the local economy as the state is starting to develop a reputation as a good film location.

“The $27 million spent by two movies, Cate Blanchett’s ‘Carol’ and Don Cheadle’s ‘Miles Ahead,’ plus the ‘Rowhouse Showdown’ reality TV show in East Price Hill, resulted in an economic impact of $46.6 million, and 4,028 jobs, according to a University of Cincinnati study released Tuesday by the Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Film Commission,” it said.

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