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Kelly Clarkson Reveals NEW Info On Next Baby

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Kelly Clarkson and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, are expecting their second child together, a baby boy.

Since their first child together, River Rose, has such a unique name, fans have been trying to guess what Clarkson and Blackstock will be naming their newest addition.

Around the holidays, there was speculation that they would name the baby Winter because of the family's Christmas card, which says "Winter Is Coming".

The card has a Game of Thrones theme and "Winter is Coming" is a line from the HBO show, but Clarkson hasn't spoken out about it - until today!

She called into Valentine in the Morning's radio show on 104.3 MYfm on Tuesday (March 8) to clear some things up.

"We just happened to be on this vacation in Scotland and my husband's whole family is Scottish. So we dressed up for fun and had these costumes made. We thought it looked so cool, we were like 'We should use that for a Christmas card'!"

She went on to explain that her step-daughter and step-son's name both begin with an "S", and  the kid in her belly's name starts with an "R".

With about a month to go in her pregnancy, she isn't budging on revealing the baby's actual name.

Valentine and his team kept trying to guess names like "Ramon", "Ryan", or "Ryder", but she didn't budge! 

She did reveal that Ryder was almost the baby's middle name!

Listen to the interview below!


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