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Hilary Duff Rocks Instagram With Her Brand New Hair Color And Reminds That It Doesn’t Say Anything About Her Second Child’s Sex

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Well-known singer and actor Hilary Duff, best known for playing the title character of the fan-favorite TV series, ‘Lizzie McGuire,’ made a huge change in her appearance, ahead of giving birth to her third child. On February 19, the 33-year-old went to Instagram with a couple of pictures and videos that see herself with her brand new hair color: Blue! 

Duff, who is known for her iconic blond hair, fascinated her fans and followers with her new appearance plus her courage to make such a kind of change. In the caption section, she clarified this change by saying that she really needed it and continued as follows:

“I can say is @riawna and @nikkilee901 love me a lot. 1- for saying yes to another crazy change this late in my pregnancy (at least I didn’t cut bangs!) and 2- it took all damn day!”

Stating that it was a must for her to make a change the minute she got home from New York, the mother of 2 continued by expressing her love for her friends who led her to improve his appearance. In the last part of her message, Duff highlighted that coloring her hair blue does not mean she will be having a baby boy. In her own words:

“My mom thought I was trying to tell everyone something! We still don’t know who’s occupying my apartment– but it’s getting the eviction notice soon-ish 😛”

As fans might remember, on October 24, 2020, the actor declared that she and her musician husband Matthew Koma were expecting their second child together, however she did not reveal the sex of the baby.

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