Charlie & Dolly O’Connell: Karate Girls

*EXCLUSIVE* Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell miss their twin daughters' first Karate class

Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell’s 4-year-old twins Charlie and Dolly went to a karate class in Calabasas, Calif. on Tuesday (September 17).

While getting into their car they found a lucky dollar bill on the ground!

Jerry has joked about having twin girls.

He told The Huffington Post, “It’s hell! It’s a living hell”, adding, “I have a lot of friends who are like ‘Hey man, I’m thinking about making the jump and having kids,’ and I’m like, ‘Why?’ No, I mean, my kids are really cute, but they’re nuts. And I have girls so they really tell me what to do.”

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Filed under: Charlie O'Connell,Dolly O'Connell

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  • amanda

    Charlie seems a little bit taller than Dolly.

  • Sara

    Charlie looks just like Jerry and Dolly looks just like Rebecca. Adorable!

  • Gemi

    Hmmmm…Didn’t Rebecca Romijn just say that she didn’t have nannies for the girls? She did the “grunt work”? I think it’s fine to have nannies or send your kids to daycare, if your a working parent. Why would she lie about it?

  • Bella

    This looks like a lot of nanny nonsense. Kudos to Gemi for remembering Rebecca’s anti-nanny tirade. They’ve had this nanny and other since day one.

  • LaKesha

    Where did the article mention that this was a nanny? Could be a family friend.

    • Anonumys

      Really LaKesha really this lady is only seen with the kids when Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell’s aren’t around so clearly she the nanny and nothing wrong with that.

  • Elaine

    Jerry and Rebecca have said in numerous articles and on talk shows that they have babysitters, NOT nannies. There is a difference. That said, I see nothing wrong with having a nanny. I was a live out nanny for 4 years. It is a wonderful job to have and I loved it every minute. There is nothing wrong with having a nanny or babysitter to help get the kids to school and extra curricular activities.

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