January Jones & Her California Cutie

January Jones and a walking Xander do Crumbs Bake Shop

What a lil’ cutie!

Mad Men star January Jones stepped out with her smiley son Xander, 1, in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday (February 10). Joined by a pal, the mother-son duo stopped by Crumbs Bake Shop and went for a stroll in the sun.

Crooner Josh Groban recently dished to Details magazine about his past relationship with January.

“We dated for about two and a half years, and we were madly in love. It was definitely my longest relationship,” he shared.

January has refused to name Xander’s father since she became pregnant and she even opted to keep his name off the birth certificate.

She has also previously dated Ashton Kutcher, Jason Sudekis and has also been linked to celebrity chef Bobby Flay.

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  1. Anonymous

    Oh my gosh, he HAS to be Jason Sudeikis’ son!! He has two ears and two eyes and brown hair, dead ringer!

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  2. Anonymous2

    He also looks like Josh Groban.

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  3. Ano

    Eddie Murphy is the father.

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  4. Stacy

    I used to think he looked liked Jason Sudeikis, but now he strongly resembles Matthew Vaughn! His father has to be a married man; otherwise, why keep quiet about it?

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    • Anonymous

      His father doesn’t “have to be a married man”. He just has to be a man who doesn’t want the world knowing he fathered this child. There could be lots of other reasons why.

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  5. anna

    Who cares who his father is! He’s adorable.

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    • Anonymous

      Agree!
      The subject has been brought up by CBS in pretty much every post of these two since the child was born.
      January clearly doesn’t want anyone to know who the father is and she obviously isn’t telling.
      Get over it.

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