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Ri Sol Ju Pregnancy Rumors (Video) North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un's Wife Gives Birth?

By Staff
Jan 3, 2013
Kim Jong-Un's wife, Ri Sol-Ju may have given birth.

Did Kim Jong-Un's wife, Ri Sol-Ju, give birth after months of hiding her pregnancy?

A new video shows the North Korean first lady looking noticeably slimmer after appearing pregnant in footage broadcast just a few weeks ago.

Very little video and pictures of the dictator's wife are shown, however a video that was broadcast Dec. 17 showed Ri Sol Ju wearing a billowing black dress that covered what may have been a baby bump.

"Rumors first came out from officials who attended the same event," CNN reports that Kim Yong-hoon, head of the North Korean desk at Daily NK said.

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"They started questioning and speculating if she was pregnant and it has spread throughout the country and that's how we heard about the rumors."

The dictator's life is very secret, he was pictured with his wife for the first time ever in July of 2012, though reports from South Korea claim they were married in 2009.

They reportedly already have one child together and if Ri was pregnant and gave birth, this would be baby number two.

Watch a video below for more details.

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