Paz Vega & Husband Head Home With Baby Lenon

Paz Vega & Husband Head Home With Baby Lenon

Stunning! Paz Vega and her husband Orson Salazar were seen outside of a hospital in Madrid, Spain on Wednesday (August 18). The proud parents were leaving with their newborn son Lenon who was born on Friday (August 13).

Paz looked amazing in her dress with her hair done, lipstick applied and sporting heels! How does she do it?!

The Spanglish star and Orson, who have been married 8-years, are also parents to son Orson, 3, and daughter Ava, 13 months.

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Filed under: Orson Salazar Sr.,Paz Vega

Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

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  1. Anonymous

    I’ve never had a c-section, but I thought I’ve heard that you’re not supposed to lift things (not even your baby!) for a certain time period after the surgery.

    Also, I think it’s funny (or weird, or crazy?) that this woman posed for an essentially identical photo outside the hospital when she was leaving with Ava. See the link before the photo, in “similar entries.” Kind of bizarre…

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  2. ivy2

    you can lift your baby, but that’s about it. you can lift up to 10lbs for the first 4-6 weeks.

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  3. CUBAAAAAAAAAAAA

    she looks hermosaaa felicidades a la familia Paz

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  4. HLBronson

    Wow, after looking at these photos, I feel like I was a disgusting slob when I left the hospital with my daughter! Geesh!

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  5. Susana

    I had a c-section with my son and hospital allowed me to leave after 3 days. I dont think I could have left the next day neither wear heels. WOW! I know it depends from woman to woman, but darn it Paz, tell us how you do it?

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  6. Susana

    Or wait, what if she had a VBAC? Is it confirmed to be a repeat c-section?

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  7. Anonymous

    Do you really need to put heals to show everybody how great you are, and put your baby at risk some days the birth??

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  8. Anna

    How is she putting her baby at risk? Heals are not dangerous if you are comfortable walking in them.
    I think it’s a good idea to pose when leaving the hospital, just get it over with. No need to hide your kid for weeks until the magazine spread comes out.

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