Denise Richards & Her Little Scholars

Denise Richards & Her Little Scholars

Denise Richards took her two daughters, Sam, 5, and Lola, 4, to their first day of school in Pacific Palisades on Tuesday (September 8). Both girls seemed a bit reluctant to get to class, knowing that mommy was not joining them. Denise carried their princess school bags into their Christian school.

The 38-year-old Denise Richards: It’s Complicated star recently talked about her bittersweet feelings of Sam beginning kindergarten:

Sami starts kindergarten, which I cannot believe, in a couple of weeks. I’m so sad about it. I can’t believe how fast five years have gone. I’m very proud of her and very happy, but from here on out she’s in school.”

Sam and Lola’s father is Denise’s ex-husband, Charlie Sheen.

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  1. Leah

    Tazina your right then again it’s NOT something new. Sad thing is nobody wants to step their foot to the ground and do anything about it. It’s all about making money and selling- pretty saddddd!

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  2. amy

    There should be certain extent. There is a difference between taking pictures of celebs and their children walking on public streets, special outings/occasions and taking pictures on school grounds. It’s beyond invading their privacy!

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  3. SR

    awwww sam looks so adorable!!

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  4. anne

    Though some papz will go after any celebrity’s children, even around their schools (which unfortunately involves other people’s children as well), I’m sure that in cases like the one above, most of them figure that folks who otherwise intentionally offer up their kids for public consumption are fair game. Welcome to reality show blowback, kiddies.

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  5. Tazina

    Kind of creepy, paps following children to school.

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  6. Anna

    The paps are there because we look at the photos if you don’t want them to take the photos you need to stop coming to this website.

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