Is Gilmore Girls’ Rory Pregnant? Seven Reasons the Internet Is Now Convinced (That Baby Monitor?!)


Guys, November has arrived. And what does that mean? Yes, we get to blow off our SoulCycle memberships by endlessly stuffing our faces on Thanksgiving. But more importantly, the Gilmore Girls revival will premiere, and we’ll finally find out who is pregnant. 

Because let’s not lie: By the looks of it, someone is definitely knocked up. We just don’t know who. However, the internet seems to be confident right now that it knows the answer.

Based on clues given to fans, Us Weekly previously speculated that Lorelai (Lauren Graham) might be revealed to be preggers when Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life launches on November 25. But now that the official trailer has graced the web, fans not only think Rory (Alexis Bledel) is the one who’s pregnant, but they seem to be pretty confident of who the daddy is, too.

Here are the clues:

That Damn Apple

Pop-Tart appetizers to hold us over ’till the pizza comes. And one apple.

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Everyone knows Junk-Food Queen Lorelai only craved fruit when she was pregnant with Rory and when she thought she was pregnant. Maybe, just maybe, it’s a hereditary Gilmore trait that Rory will experience this time around. There’s no other explanation for something so healthy in that household.

Lorelai’s Baby-Monitor Shout Out

In the trailer, when trying to remember the happenings of their crazy night together, Rory and Lorelai try to recall what they watched. Lorelai suggests, “Was it Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear?” Foreshadowing, perhaps? Probably, so prepare to get Gilmored.

Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel
Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel in ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life.’ Saeed Adyani/Netflix

This Low-Key Stroller

Because Dirty Whore was taken.

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The internet has also used its Spidey senses to find the stroller shown in the reflection of this compact mirror in this Instagram promo. Sneaky and suspect. (Sure, not everyone is convinced that it’s actually a stroller, but if you give Gilmore fans an inch, they’ll take a mile.)

Luke Makes Rory Put Down the Donuts

Why does Luke (Scott Patterson) give Rory such a hard time about wanting to eat tater tots and donuts on top of tacos? Seriously, what’s your damage, Luke? Is there a reason you’re so concerned with what Rory’s eating…?

Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham
Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham in ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life.’ Netflix

Emily Talks Throwing Up — aka Morning Sickness?

At dinner, Emily (Kelly Bishop) says point blank, “What bathroom will you use to throw up in?” It’s unclear who Emily is directing that question at, but it is amid a conversation about Rory, so …

Rory Goes to London

The trailer shows a peek of London when referring to Rory’s newfound vagabond life. And we all know who’s across the pond: Logan (Matt Czuchry). Not to mention, Logan’s dad and Life and Death Brigade buddies are said to be appearing in the revival. Also, real-life Finn (Tanc Sade) posted this photo with the twosome, saying, “Will they? Won’t they?” They will, so says the internet.

There’s a Wedding

Some blessed Instagram user posted a photo of a prop at Warner Brothers Studios labeled: “Gilmore Girls Set Name: Wedding.” Fans can’t keep their cool, and while most are shipping Logan and Rory to have a baby and happily ever after, the rest are out there, like:

Less than a month left, everyone. The rumors (and probably a baby) will be put to bed. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life premieres on Netflix Friday, November 25.

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