Katherine Heigl Introduces Baby Naleigh!

Katherine Heigl Introduces Baby Naleigh!

What a beautiful shot! In this touching first photo of Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley’s almost 10-month-old baby girl Naleigh, their newly adopted daughter from Korea looks like she’s found her home!

The statement on Katherine’s animal-rescue foundation reads,

Katherine and Josh have named their daughter Nancy Leigh and she will go by the nickname Naleigh. She is named after Katherine’s mother Nancy and Katherine’s sister Margaret Leigh. Katherine, Josh and Naleigh are together and doing well.”

Congratulations to the Heigl-Kelley family!

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  1. Desiree

    Oh my word — she’s just too cute!! Congrats to the family!

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  2. GreenEyesFreckles87

    What a beautiful baby girl. She is just so Angelic and perfect. Major congratulations to Josh and Katherine!

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  3. Anonymous

    Katherine and Josh were married in 2007. The requirement to adopt from Korea is minimum of 3 years marriage. Must have been a special needs adoption; otherwise how would they be able to complete the adoption? ?

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  4. Audrey

    That is a picture of happiness and contentment. Lovely.

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  5. Anonymous

    There’s been a big deal made of the fact that she’s special needs. Anybody know what her issue is? She’s adorable.

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  6. Karla

    These photos are simply beautiful. I really like Katherine and Josh, they seem like a very down to earth, loving couple. What a beautiful family : )

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  7. sullymarie

    aww what a cutie. she’s adorable. really beautiful.
    they make a beautiful family. all the best for them.

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  8. cat vomit

    i used to not like her but now i do didnt know she had an animal rescue foundation and i think its so great to adopt Naleigh is so cute!

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  9. This picture gives me the chills…wonderful! To the person who asked about special needs….I have friends who have adopted special needs children(also had their processes quickened) and some have cleft palates(external) and others have had heart defects(internal) that need to be surgically fixed. Their processes are shortened because the children can die in their birth country if they had to wait the normal time period. Usually the birth countries are third world countries and don’t have the medical resources or cannot afford to provide the medical resources for the orphans.

    Congrats to Katherine, Josh and Naleigh. What a beautiful family.

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  10. Jenny

    I agree Audrey – the love radiating from Katherine & Josh’s eyes is evident. Such an intimate picture!

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  11. milla

    AWWE! :)

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  12. Jane

    She is beautiful baby! Such a sweet and touching photo.

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  13. Andrea

    beautiful!!! Congratulations!!

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  14. Anonymous

    She is gorgeous!

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  15. Tiff

    She is gorgeous!!!! They make a beautiful family.

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  16. ll65

    wonderful

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  17. Lara

    What a precious baby – beautiful picture! I hope Naleigh will be healthy.

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  18. melanie1983

    what a majestic face on her! cuteee

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  19. Nadia

    Simply gorgeous!

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  20. Lioness

    Fatty-fat-fat!!!! How friggin’ cute is Naleigh?? Little chunky monkey, I want to just gobble up those cheeks, lol!! Beautiful pics, I’m happy for the family!

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  21. Dea

    Special needs child doesnt just mean down syndrome/autistic/other psychological challenges. It could be physical like heart defect etc so you cant really see it. Anyways, its great that they adopted!

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