Beyoncé reveals the due date of her baby

The singer will give birth to her first child in February

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Beyoncé has revealed that she will give birth to her and Jay-Z’s first child in February 2012.

The singer made the admission on the Australian television show Sunday Night, reports Idolator. Scroll down to watch the clip. Her due date means that her child was conceived before her performances at Glastonbury and T In The Park festivals.

During the interview the artist behind NME’s Track of the Decade, ‘Crazy In Love’, also explains why she feels now is the right time to have a child, saying “My husband and I have been together for 10 years. All of my 20s. I feel like it is time…. And I’m so happy.”

Beyonce was recently accused of plagiarising a Belgian choreographer's moves in the clip for her new single 'Countdown'. A video has surfaced online showing shots from the star's video cut with similar dance routines in Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's own video.

The choreographer accused Beyoncé of stealing her work, reports Aceshowbiz. “I didn't know anything about this. I'm not mad, but this is plagiarism," she said. "This is stealing... It's a bit rude, I must say."




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