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Anna Nicole Smith Hints at Another Pregnancy

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Nov 30, 2006 | 5:52am EST

Anna Nicole Smith has hinted she may already be pregnant again, less than three months after the birth of her baby Dannielynn.

Smith let the good news slip during a filmed pre-interview chat with a producer working for news show Entertainment Tonight on Sunday.

Her big revelation was caught on camera and aired on the show last night.

The former model blurted out, "I think I might be pregnant again... Did that just come out?"

She added, "I'm not ready. (Boyfriend) Howard (K. Stern) wants to have another baby... He wants to have a little boy."

But when the producer attempted to get more information out of the new mother, who lost her 20-year-old son just three days after giving birth in September, she decided she'd said enough.

Smith turned serious and said, "I feel like we should change the subject."

She later insisted she was only joking about being pregnant.

Anna Nicole Forced Out

The U.S. developer trying to evict Anna Nicole Smith from the Bahamian home she claims is hers has been given permission to kick her out.

G. Ben Thompson maintains he loaned the former model cash to buy the property earlier this year, after briefly romancing her, but she has failed to pay him back.

Now, after a two-month battle, Thompson has been given official permission to force Smith, her partner Howard K. Stern and her newborn baby daughter out of the house.

In new documents, obtained by TMZ.com yesterday, lawyers for the developer claim Smith, who is listed as a defendant under her birth name Vickie Lynn Marshall, failed to respond to Thompson's filing by Monday as required by law.

Thompson's legal team wasted no time--upon obtaining the default judgment in court, his lawyers sent a letter to Smith, demanding she vacate within 48 hours.

Smith won't be homeless for long--she has bought a new dockside home in the Bahamas.

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