Jada Pinkett Smith is reportedly pregnant with her third child at age 50. A source tells MTO News the A-list actress and mom of two is expecting.
The news comes as Jada's husband Will Smith was nominated for the Best Actor Oscar for his role in "King Richard."
An insider who works in production for Jada's upcoming season of Red Table Talk tells MTO News that producers are working on a show about "Jada Pinkett and pregnancy."
"[Jada] won't reveal her pregnancy until next season of Red Table Talks," the source said.
The source added that Jada "is going to do a whole show on older women getting pregnant."
Jada has expressed a desire to have more children with Will, who was nominated for Best Actor for his role as Serena Williams and Venus Williams' father in King Richard. The nomination is Will Smith's first nod in 15 years.
In addition to son Jaden Smith, 23, and daughter Willow Smith, 21, with Jada — Will is also father to eldest son Willard Carroll "Trey" Smith III, 29, with reality TV star Sheree Zampino.
Women who have children after age 35 are considered high-risk pregnancies. The longer a woman waits to get pregnant, the more she increases her risk of experiencing complications because her eggs are past their expiration date.
Female humans are born with approximately 1 million to 2 million eggs in their bodies. No new eggs are formed in their lifetime.
Children born from eggs older than 35 will likely experience problems with their vision and other deficits later in life.
More doctors are advising young women to freeze their eggs if they plan to wait to start a family after age 30-35.