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Should we break out the blue for Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici?! Not so fast.

The people of the Internet instantly sparked speculation as to whether or not Lowe accidentally revealed the sex of their baby after coming across the former Bachelor star's latest Instagram post, where he cradles a sub from Jersey Mike's. Yeah, it sounds a little odd at first, but let us explain...

Lowe, who is expecting his first child with his wife, playfully held the sandwich like a baby and captioned the photo, "He's here and he's beautiful!" Oh, he, you say?! That's what fueled the fire on the comments, with users getting excited about the pair possibly having a little boy.

Well, there's still a 50/50 chance that's true, but the reality star wasn't referencing his unborn child with that caption.

Catherine Giudici, Sean Lowe

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"I'm sorry to disappoint but it was a post literally about his sandwich," Lowe's rep tells E! News. "Neither he nor Catherine have any idea about the sex of their baby and they don't plan to find out until their baby is born. All they care about is a healthy and happy baby, that's it."

The 32-year-old and his 29-year-old wife announced the happy news back in December via photos posted on their Instagram pages, which show him placing his hand over her baby bump, and E! News recently got some exclusive scoop about their upcoming arrival.

"Catherine is just out of her first trimester," a source said in early December.

"They want a calm, quiet pregnancy," the source added. "They're not interested in making a spectacle of it, which is why they did the announcement on their social media. That was how they wanted to tell the world."

Catherine is "glowing and feeling great" and has not suffered any pregnancy complications so far, the insider told E! News, adding that both she and Sean are "so excited" to become parents.

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