Not BeyHive Approved: Michelle Williams Desperately Wants A Shared Pregnancy Moment With Beyoncé And Kelly

performs onstage during the 2018 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Field on April 21, 2018 in Indio, California.

Not BeyHive Approved: Michelle Williams Desperately Wants A Shared Pregnancy Moment With Beyoncé And Kelly

Twitter is not here for this for one particular reason.

Published 1 week ago

Michelle Williams has one pretty hefty wish that can only become a reality if her Destiny's Child bandmates, Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland, make the commitment along with her, and some of their fans are already chiming in, praying to the heavens that it never comes true.

In a circulating clip from her OWN reality series, Chad Loves Michelle, Williams can be seen telling Rowland that the trio needs to get pregnant at the same time and create a group chat aptly titled "Destiny's Children."

"We're all 'bout to be married with children," she said to Rowland's astonishment. "We're all gonna get knocked up, together!"

Take a look at the hilarious clip, below:

  1. This isn't the first time that the "Say Yes" songstress has wanted to share in the miracle of pregnancy with her sisters in music.

    Back in October, she boldly told People, following the public reveal of her engagement to pastor Chad Johnson, that she and the ladies have thought about the possibility in sharing the moment, in the past.

    "The girls and I had this thing where we wanted to be pregnant at the same time and have our tour buses with bassinets in it," she told the publication. "The night we try to get pregnant, I'm gonna call them and say, 'OK, y'all get to work!'"

    Rowland already has one child, Titan Weatherspoon; and Beyoncé is a mother of three: Blue Ivy, Sir and Rumi Carter.

    As both the clip and Williams' People interview began circulating, Queen Bey's legions of fans took to Twitter to voice their disapproval of the starlet's request as they're eagerly awaiting the arrival of B7 (the singer's seventh studio album), and need no interruptions.

    See their reactions, below:

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Coachella)

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