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Britney Spears’ ex Kevin Federline ready for baby No. 6

Britney Spears’ ex Kevin Federline ready for baby No. 6

BABY ON THE WAY: Kevin Federline has children by Britney Spears and Shar Jackson, in addition to his wife. Photo: Associated Press

Britney Spears’ fertile ex-husband is set to become a father for the sixth time, according to reports.

Kevin Federline’s wife Victoria Prince is six months pregnant with the couple’s second child, according to TMZ.com.

And it appears he’s not hiding the news – Federline, who shares two kids with Spears, posed for pictures for TMZ on Wednesday next to his wife, who was wearing a shirt that read ‘Juan Moore’ on the front and ‘Federline 6’ on the back.

The former dancer-turned-reality TV star also gently patted his partner’s belly during the beachside shoot.

Federline, who also has two kids with actress Shar Jackson, and Prince later confirmed the baby news.

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