Is baby number two on the way for No. 2?
Derek Jeter’s wife, Hannah Jeter, sparked pregnancy speculation by appearing in Manhattan on Friday evening with what celebrity watchers were certain was a baby bump.
As she and her husband stepped out to dinner, Hannah sported a clingy black dress that seemed to display expanding belly.
Friday’s speculation built on an event Thursday evening, when she arrived at the red carpet for her husband’s Turn 2 Foundation Dinner sporting what fans also thought was a baby bump.
Reps for Hannah — who wore a form-fitting black dress to the Take 2 event — and the former Yankees captain did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Several fans weighed in on the speculation, with one named Stephanie G tweeting a photo of Hannah on the red carpet and writing, “Ughhhh Jeter baby #2 is definitely in the way.”
Another user with the Twitter handle @themermaid12, meanwhile, shared a similar hunch.
“OMG DEREK JETER’S HAVING ANOTHER BABY!!!!!!” she wrote.
A couple of fans also commented on a group photo featuring Hannah that was shared to Instagram by the Turn 2 Foundation, with one named @yankeesprincess2 writing, “Hannah looks like she’s got a baby bump!!” and another named @ole_blue_eyes noting, “I spy a baby bump.”
Jeter, 44, and the Sports Illustrated model, 28, welcomed their first child together — daughter Bella — last August.
The longtime shortstop, who spent his entire 20-year MLB career with the Yankees from 1995-2014, spoke about his daughter during an interview with Extra on Thursday, telling the outlet it’s been “awesome” being a dad.
“Regardless of what happens in the course of a day, when you get home and you have your daughter there, it puts a smile on your face, so I have no complaints whatsoever,” he said.
When the Extra reporter asked if he planned on having more kids, Jeter then replied, “Yeah, there’s a few more….you’re slick! I see that!”
Jeter declined to discuss his new role as Miami Marlins CEO during a short interview with the Daily News on Thursday and instead focused on his foundation, which creates programs that help children stay away from drugs and alcohol and focus on healthy lifestyles.