In another fashionable ensemble, Kate Middleton made her third appearance since her pregnancy news at an Action on Addiction dinner and reception at L’anima restaurant in London, England on Thursday (October 23).
Australian actress Toni Collette and musician husband Dave Galafassi were spotted taking their almost 10-month-old daughter Sage Florence Galafassi out for a stroll in Bondi Beach, Australia over the weekend.
Toni stars in a clay animated film Mary and Max, with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The movie will open the 25th annual Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 15 in Park City, Utah.
In addition to her acting career – Collette, 36, has a band with her husband called Toni Collette & the Finish. Her debut album, titled ‘Beautiful Awkward Pictures’ was released in 2006. The family lives in Sydney, Australia, and owns a second home in Ireland.
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Denise Richards took her youngest daughter Lola Sheen, 3 1/2, who wasn’t feeling well to the pediatrician in Brentwood, on Saturday.
Afterwards, Denise and Lola stopped off at a local CVS pharmacy where they picked up some medicine, as well as some dolls.
Denise’s reality TV show Denise Richards: It’s Complicated is back for another season. She recently told the press, “Yes we’re actually in pre-production for season two and we start filming I believe in January.”
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Vanessa Williams and her 15-year-old son, Devin Hervey, were photographed at the Press Conference for Allstate Parent-Teen Driving Contract.
Vanessa and her son are signing an Allstate Parent-Teen Driving Contract before he gets behind the wheel. This contract lays out expectations for smart driving decisions, and consequences if those expectations are not met. Vanessa commented on this safe-driving initiative:
“As a mother of two older daughters, I’ve given them the car keys and worried whether they would make it home safe. The fact is that our teens are more likely to die in a car crash than from anything else, so having the safe driving talk with your teen is just as important as talking about drugs and sex. As the holidays arrive, parents and teens should use the Allstate Parent-Teen Driving Contract as way to begin a conversation that can be a gift of life.”