Carnie Wilson & Family: Dinner At Madeos

Carnie Wilson & Family: Dinner At Madeos

Carnie Wilson and husband Rob Bonfiglio took their 5 1/2-year-old daughter Lola to Madeos for dinner on Wednesday (December 29). The trio stopped and smiled for the cameras as they entered the popular Los Angeles eatery.

The Wilson Phillips singer famously underwent gastric bypass surgery for the cameras in 1999. She recently told PopEater, “I’m fat as f**k, what can I say?”

The mother of two, who once weighed more than 300 pounds, has been very open about her struggle with her weight. Earlier this year, she told Celebrity Baby Scoop,

Going from 300 pounds to 150 pounds was the biggest change of my whole life. It was scary, and wonderful, and inspiring. But it was also uncomfortable because I felt responsible for everybody that is overweight. There’s a huge emotional component to weight loss.”

Carnie and Rob are also parents to 1 1/2-year-old daughter Luci.

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Filed under: Carnie Wilson,Lola Bonfiglio,Rob Bonfiglio

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  1. Ondine

    Can’t someone teach her about proper nutrition and not giving in to every physical impulse she has to eat fat-laden food? Hopefully she will learn something about food and nutrition and hunger and appetite soon. It looks like she’s overfeeding the little girl already. She has a beautiful singing voice and true musical talent, it’s a little sad all people discuss about her is her weight and her father and her beautiful sister. If she would just go ahead and sing and not bring up her weight, everything would be fine. That bariatric surgery broadcast to us all was a big mistake, now everyone will be watching her weight for the rest of her career. It’s alright to be fat or even just overweight. Surplus is good! Go raise your family in peace and enjoy every blessing you have. Forget about food. There is enough food for us all. Hasn’t she ever heard of fruit, vegetables, nuts, grains & beans? Apparently not.

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    • Me123

      Not everyone who is overweight has an eating problem. Maybe she does, maybe she got the bad end of genetics. But there are PLENTY of people who are overweight due to medical reasons and eat a lot of healthy foods. They just can’t help what their body does.

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