Grimes, the musician who is dating billionaire Tesla and PayPal tycoon Elon Musk, appears to have announced she is pregnant.
The quirky singer posted a bizarre picture of herself naked on Instagram , with a foetus photoshopped in her womb, which can be seen through transparent skin.
The tongue in cheek caption Grimes, 31, wrote, jokes that she only got pregnant to get Elon’s money.
She wrote: “Omg queen of securing elons coin forreal … #businesswoman“.
Elon, 48, is worth approximately £20 billion, and has been dating Grimes since May 2018.
Comments on the Instagram post congratulated Grimes, real name Claire Boucher.
“Yesssss ❤️❤️❤️ love you” wrote one.
“You are the Khaleesi queen endboss”, gushed another.
Grimes appeared to confirm the pregnancy in a comment, where she wrote: “I thought about censoring them for a hot minute haha (this may get taken down anyway) but the photo is so much less feral without the nipples.
“Plus being knocked up is a very feral & war-like state of being.”
“Might as well be what it is. Plus most of my friends told me not to post them so then I was afflicted w reverse psychology.
“Interrogated my shame on it and decided it was sum weird internalized self hatred to feel uncomfortable abt my body [sic].”
Elon already has five children with his ex wife Justine Wilson, who he divorced in 2008 – a set of twins and then a set of triplets.
He was married twice to Brit actress Talulah Riley, and they divorced for a second time in 2012.
Elon could face a retrial in his defamation case after a lawyer for the Brit he branded “pedo guy” claimed the jury blundered.
He had a spat with diver Vernon Unsworth over the rescue of 12 boys trapped in a flooded Thai cave in June 2018.
Mr Unsworth made a claim for £145million in damages but Mr Musk was cleared last month.
Now the 64-year-old’s lawyer, Mark Stephens, claims post-verdict interviews with jurors show they decided the tycoon was not liable because he did not name Mr Unsworth in his tweet.
He claims they made a mistake that could set a dangerous precedent.
Mr Stephens said: “We all know jurors make mistakes on occasion.
“The jury has given leave and licence to allow anyone to make accusations of serious criminality without accountability.
“That is a serious problem. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a bullying billionaire or a penniless troll, that behaviour is destructive.”