‘Chicago Fire’ Fans Believe Stella is Pregnant for This Reason!
Chicago Fire fans believe that Stella Kidd has a baby on board after picking up on a potential clue during the most recent episode. Perceptive viewers zeroed in on one key question featured during a recent Season 12 episode, that many believe pointed to a pregnancy.
The character, who is played by actress, Miranda Rae Mayo, was asked if she had children in the recent episode.
An eagle-eyed fan spoke up in a Chicago Fire Reddit forum, commenting — “I’m pretty sure that’s the second time she’s been asked that in 2 seasons.”
The user added — “It would be a great storyline for Kelly to return only to discover that she is pregnant or that is what makes him come home.”
Taylor Kinney’s character, Kelly Severide, has not been on the scene in recent episodes.
The viewer pointed to the couple’s chaotic relationship, writing — “I know this is probably crazy but I just got the feeling that they were going to reveal that she was pregnant or hint at it by having her have morning sickness or getting light headed or something.”
The user asked for feedback, and one fan chimed in — “I feel like she just found out she was pregnant and might wait until Kelly is home to tell him.”
The person added — “I feel like she just found out she was pregnant and might wait until Kelly is home to tell him.”
Fans also sounded off on X about a potential pregnancy plot twist.
One person wrote — “The way #ChicagoFire is hinting so hard at a #Stellaride baby coming soon. Like you CANNOT watch tonight’s episode and tell me Stella didn’t either just find out she’s pregnant and is waiting for Kelly to come home OR she really really wants a baby right now.’
Another fan said — “The was she looked at Sylvie holding the baby I said stella is preggers!!!”
A third viewer agreed — “I think she’s pregnant!”
Chicago Fire cast members have not offered clarity as fans await the next episode, which is set to air on February 21.
The NBC series also memorialized a member of the show’s crew, Vivienne Marie, who died in January, with an emotional tribute highlighted at the end of the episode.
Vivienne worked as a standby scenery painter during her long stint as a “Chicago Fire” crew member.
The show put up a graphic that read — “In memory of Vivienne Marie” before the credits rolled.
The longtime staffer described herself as a “artist, painter, animal lover; based near Chicago” on her Instagram bio.