Katie Holmes is not demanding that Jamie Foxx get her pregnant or she'll dump him, despite a false tabloid report. Gossip Cop can correct the phony story. There's simply no truth to it.
According to the National Enquirer, the actress is only willing to continue her romance with Foxx if he gives her a baby by the end of the year. A supposed source tells the outlet, "Katie wants to move to the next stage of their relationship and be pregnant by early 2020 at the latest."
The alleged tipster goes on to say that Holmes is desperate to give her 13-year-old daughter Suri a younger sibling before it's too late. The questionable insider further contends that the actress was initially hesitant about having a child with Foxx because he's a so-called "skirt-chaser," but she feels he's "reached a new level of maturity" and is "ready to be the father of her child."
The tabloid's story is coming from an anonymous and possibly imaginary "source," but Holmes' own spokesperson says on the record that it's "100 percent false." Despite what the outlet's unidentified insider claims, a rep qualified to speak on the actress's behalf refutes the notion that she's given Foxx an ultimatum to get her pregnant.
As Gossip Cop has explained countless times, Holmes and Foxx have a somewhat unconventional romance and aren't attached at the hip. Reputable outlets such as People magazine and E! News have similarly reported that the two stars spend time together when their schedules allow it, but also have their own separate lives.
It's worth noting, the Enquirer is all over the place when it comes to reporting about the couple's relationship. In April, for example, Gossip Cop busted the outlet for falsely claiming Foxx had dumped Holmes so he could hook up with other woman. In January, the publication wrongly reported that Holmes and Foxx were planning a wedding after the actress's parents gave the actor their blessing to marry her.
Last November, Gossip Cop called out the magazine for making up a story about Holmes and Foxx getting married in Paris. And prior to that, the tabloid insisted that Foxx would be legally adopting Holmes' daughter Suri. Not a single one of the previously mentioned narratives panned out.
It's very evident that the unreliable tabloid peddles out fiction about Holmes and Foxx. The magazine's various reports involving the couple are typically contradictory, and almost always disproven by the passage of time. This latest article is no different.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.