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Prince William covers the July issue of British GQ and opens up about the death of his late mother Princess Diana, shattering the shame of mental illness, and his happy family life with wife Kate Middleton and their two children: Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 2.Read More
Kate Middleton and Prince William were all smiles with their two children — Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 2 – in a new Instagram image.Read More
With three young children and a busy career, The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck is a multi-tasking mom. Elisabeth, who has kids Grace, 5, Taylor, 3 and Isaiah, 9 months, with her husband Tim, recently chatted with Stroller Traffic about how she manages it all.
On juggling career and kids: “Juggle is the operative word. My challenge is figuring out the next day. Every night I sit at my computer and talk it out with Tim. This is how the conversation goes: Who is taking Grace to school? Who will pick her up? What class does Taylor have? Who has a doctor’s appointment? What time is the meeting? Did you sign the permission slip for school? What about packing lunch, and writing a note for the lunch? Oh, no! We need milk. Can you pick up diapers?”
On the benefits of raising kids in New York: “The energy is fantastic. Diversity is part of their every day. We see fire trucks in bulk . . . the visual stimulation, the museums, the pizza and the people! My tip: Carry a potty on the go!”
On the challenges of raising kids in New York: “Trying to walk as a family of five on the sidewalks—with a double stroller and kids on scooters! Fitting the double stroller into a Starbucks is trying. Can they please have a mommy window?!”
Read the rest of Elisabeth’s interview at Stroller Traffic.
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Grammy Award-winning mama Sheryl Crow has adopted a second son! Crow took to her website to announce the good news, saying,
I have some exciting news to share with you guys-Wyatt has a new little brother! Levi James was born April 30th.”
Crow, 48, adopted son Wyatt in 2007, and has said of motherhood, “I love everything about being a mom. Even the terrible twos, which are terribly fun. It’s great. I love every second of it.”
Congrats to the Crow family!
Khloé Kardashian is speaking out about the pregnancy rumors.
Asked at the Lakers/Celtics game Thursday if she’s expecting, the reality TV starlet told Entertainment Tonight: “No, I’m just fat.”
Earlier this week, reports stated that the 25-year-old new bride is two months pregnant with hubby Lamar Odom‘s baby.
But at Thursday’s Lakers game, her mother Kris Jenner said: “If Khloe was pregnant, we would be shouting it from the rooftops. So right now no, unless they’re really holding out on me. In that case, you’re both grounded.”
Kris went on to say that when the time is right, Khloé, will make an excellent mother. “She’ll be the best mom in the world. She helped me raise Kendall and Kylie. I couldn’t have done it without her. And [Lamar] will be a great dad. He’s got two beautiful children. I can’t wait until the rest of my kids have kids of their own, but right now we have little Mason, and I’m very, very happy.”
In February, Khloé admitted that while she was “not on the pill,” she wasn’t in any rush to become a mom.
Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford was all smiles as she enjoyed an drink and a stroll with her daughter Helena Grace – who turns 1 next Tuesday – and her new man in Los Angeles, Calif. on Thursday (June 3).
Kelly’s new mystery man is Jason Bird, and the couple have been dating for several weeks now, Life & Style reports.
Kelly and her ex-husband Daniel Giersch are also parents to 3 1/2-year-old son Hermés.View Slideshow »»
It’s been a year of change for actor Sean Penn. Not only did his marriage to Robin Wright come to an end, but the Oscar-winner has left Hollywood and taken up residence in the earthquake-devastated region of Pétionville, Haiti, where he runs a camp for 50,000 displaced survivors.
“I wanted to give back something more to help struggling people, but I didn’t know how best to do it,” the 49-year-old actor tells Vanity Fair. “I was for 20 years in a relationship with Robin and 18 years with children. I didn’t have time to commit to anything—for real—in places like Iraq, except to denounce the war. But now I’m single. I can lend a hand.”
Of his ex Robin, he says, “She is a ghost to me now. We spent all those years together. … Now she’s just gone.”
Sean adds that he has no plans to leave Haiti, where he works alongside international aid providers and army officials.
“There is no exit for me until there is more life than death…. It’s a reciprocal thing. They have returned to me something I had lost—my humility.”
Sean and Robin are parents to daughter Dylan, 19, and son Hopper, 17.