Robin Thicke’s Girlfriend Was ON Birth Control When She Got Pregnant

August 24, 2018 / Posted by:

Just in time to make us all think twice this Friday before we grab a glass bottle of vodka to pregame a night at the bar, more details are coming out about Robin Thicke’s upcoming baby with girlfriend April Love Geary. Everyone was a little confused the other day when April announced just six months after giving birth that she was expecting again. I’m still not healed from the last time I did a leg workout six months ago (coincidentally, the last time I went to the gym). Well, we’re finding out the new Thicke baby wasn’t exactly planned – April was on birth control when she got knocked up.

Us Weekly is reporting that April announced on Instagram (she is a millennial, after all) Wednesday, “I started birth control and then one morning I woke up nauseous.” I guess they weren’t fucking around when they try to scare you in middle school by saying you can still get STDs and pregnant (honestly, some might argue pregnancy is an STD…ok, I’ll let myself out) even if you wear condoms and take birth control. The medical experts Us Weekly keeps on retainer Googled their way to the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals’ website and reminded us all that only 0.1% of women properly taking the pill still get pregnant.

People reports April also revealed some sad news during the Instagram Q&A. She suffered a miscarriage before giving birth to her and Robin’s first child, Mia. She says she wasn’t scared or stressed out and that “life happens.” Good attitude to have when a drunk stork later ignores that “Do Not Disturb” sign on your front door in the form of birth control and still delivers a baby.

Pic: Wenn.com

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