Kim Jong Un's Wife Ri Sol-Ju Give Birth? New Photos Speculates Baby Born

By Melissa Siegel on January 3, 2013 10:07 AM EST

Kim Jong Un and wife
Kim Jong Un and his wife may have added another member to their family. (Photo: REUTERS)

Kim Jong Un's wife may have given birth to a child.

According to the Daily Mail, Ri Sol-Ju spent several months in "home detention" before making a public appearance back in October. She disappeared from the public for 50 days, leaving some to wonder if Kim Jong Un's wife was hiding a baby bump. However, the Telegraph reports that she instead may have been hiding after angering the "old guard" by not showing proper respect to conservative party members.

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The Associated Press reports that Ri Sol-Ju was also seen with loose clothing and a seemingly large belly during a video broadcast on December 17. This too led to rumors that Kim Jong Un's wife was ready to welcome another member to the family.

This speculation was furthered when photos and video surfaced online of Kim Jong Un's wife wearing a close-fitting suit during a New Year's party. Women at the party also performed the song "When A Child Is Born," so it certainly appears that Ri Sol-Ju may have given birth to the couple's child.

Of course, even if Kim Jong Un's wife did give birth, it will likely take a while before anything is officially confirmed by the country. In fact, as we previously reported on idigitaltimes, the identity of Kim Jong Un's wife was kept hidden for some time after their marriage.  The government only unveiled her as Kim Jong Un's wife back in July, even though she had been photographed with her husband at several events prior to that announcement.

Kim Jong Un and his wife are rumored to have another child as well, though that information has not been confirmed.

You can watch video of Kim Jon Un's wife at the New Year's party here, courtesy of the Telegraph.

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