Anna Paquin’s Baby: True Cutie!

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True Blood stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer took one of their babies to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Calif. on Thursday (February 7). The couple have remained mum on the twins’ identities since they arrived five months ago.

However on Monday (February 4) – one of the children were photographed snuggled up in the stroller while the actress was shopping.

It’s unclear if the baby was their son or daughter but he/she did look cute!

A source told Life & Style back in November, “They had a boy and a girl and thought that was perfect. Anna is a natural mother, and Stephen is a doting dad. He turns to mush around those kids!”

 

 

 

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  1. Elen

    This is really disgusting. They were to a doctor`s appointment with the baby. ( I hope he or she is well ) This is really a moment at which paparazzi should leave the people alone and respect their privacy. Such pictures should not be published.

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  2. TabithaFan21

    Relax Elen, they were photographed walking into a doctors office it’s not that big of a deal. It’s not like the paps were up in the baby’s face taking pictures. No harm no foul.

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  3. marce

    I hope the baby is ok.

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  4. popsykl

    such and invasion of privacy!!!!!!……….thanks LOL i was waiting to see a baby or two :P

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  5. courtney

    oh grow up being followed by incipid photographers comes with the territory of being in the film business as Anna & Stephen are. don’t forget the twins spent time in the Nicu because they were born pre-term so they’re more suseptable to colds/ear infections than full term babies are

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