Ashlee Simpson-Wentz was seen taking her 5-month-old son, Bronx Mowgli Wentz, to a child development class in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
Ashlee, 24, and baby Bronx were just spotted on the set of her new show, Melrose Place, in downtown Los Angeles.
The new Melrose Place is a remake of the original popular ’90s nighttime soap. The cast also includes Katie Cassidy, Laura Leighton, Colin Egglesfield and Thomas Calabro. Ashlee will play the role of Violet Foster, a small-town girl who comes to LA with a secret.
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TV presenter Larry King, 75, and his wife, Shawn Southwick King, 48, were seen cheering on their sons Chance, 9 and Cannon, 8, as they played baseball with their little league team. The proud parents clapped and shouted as the boys played. After a successful game, the family all joined in the celebratory pizza.
Controversially, a few months ago, Larry’s sixth wife was reportedly caught having an affair with her son’s baseball coach Hector Penate.
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Diana Krall is currently promoting her 12th album, Quiet Nights, an intimate recording of seductive ballads and Bossa Novas. The 44-year-old jazz superstar dishes about her 2 1/2-year-old twin sons Frank Harlan James and Dexter Henry Lorcan, life in Vancouver with hubby musical icon Elvis Costello, and what we can expect from her next in the latest edition of Canada’s own, Chatelaine magazine.
On life in Vancouver, Canada: “We love it here, we love Vancouver. He’s [Elvis] down at Ocean Park with the boys right now. We feel like part of the community. We have our neighbourhood and our friends. Elvis and I will go to this beautiful restaurant called La Regalade, a French bistro in West Vancouver. We just kind of settle into our place, where the owners know us, sit down with candles and we talk. You know, at this stage in life, it’s so easy to just get immersed in motherhood. It’s so easy to neglect your marriage in this scenario. We really make time with each other and nobody else. And when we get home, since the boys are going to sleep later, we see them off to bed and we watch a movie. And there’s your day.” Krall continued to say that getting to the park is a breeze: “There’s no planning really! In the end we work spontaneously. It’s more of a “Can you take the boys to the park?” Yes. “Okay I’ll do this.””
On multitasking and letting go of societal pressures to be supermom: “You know you can do it all, but you don’t always have to – and that’s okay. Sometimes I have dinner parties and sometimes I cook the whole dinner and that’s great. There are other times where, because I’m privileged to be able to ask for help, I have more time and more energy to give to my children. I think fatigue is your biggest challenge as a parent. You’re constantly tired and you’re constantly trying to keep up with things that seem simple. Your coping mechanism starts short-circuiting. The advice to keep in mind is just to sleep. Sometimes I don’t get off stage until one in the morning and then my kids are up at seven. I have to get up! Somehow, you have to find a way to balance that.”