Cupid's Pulse Article: Zach Galifianakis’ Wife is Pregnant and Close to Giving Birth!Cupid's Pulse Article: Zach Galifianakis’ Wife is Pregnant and Close to Giving Birth!

By April Littleton

Zach Galifianakis is close to being a father! His wife Quinn Lundberg of one year is pregnant and will soon give birth. “They have been keeping the baby a secret,” a source told “They tried as soon as they were married. Zach is going to be an amazing father. They are looking to get a bigger place down the road.”

How do you know when to keep your pregnancy under wraps?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Some couples love to share the news of a pregnancy as soon as they find out, while others don’t mind a little privacy until they figure things out. It’s OK if you’re not up for sharing the baby news right away. There’s no pressure to let anybody in on your secret until you’re ready. Cupid has some tips:

1. It’s too soon: Many women wait until the end of their first trimester before they start spreading the news of their pregnancy. Miscarriages are quite common during this time and some couples worry about sharing something so exciting only to have to follow it up with bad news. If a miscarriage does happen, having to tell the same people who thought you were pregnant that you lost the baby will only make the grieving worse.

2. You’re not ready: Pregnancy takes many people by surprise, especially if it wasn’t exactly planned. Before you tell any of your family and friends that a baby is on the way, you might need time to process the information yourself. You might not be ready for kids, your living situation could be less than ideal or your relationship might be going through a rough patch. Whatever the reason is for your hesitation needs to be worked through before you share the news to your loved ones.

3. Your family won’t take it well: You might be excited to know that you’re pregnant, but your loved ones might not feel the same way.  Your family might not be so thrilled about the idea of a baby if you’re not married to your significant other or you’re just not financially ready to take care of someone other than yourself. You can hold off on telling them the news for awhile, but don’t let them hear it from anyone else but you…the situation will only get worse.

Did you keep your pregnancy under wraps? Share your experience below.