Marcia Cross was spotted taking her adorable 19-month-old twin daughters, Eden and Savannah, for some candy at the Brentwood Country Mart on Tuesday.
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Actress and comedian, Alex Borstein and her husband, actor/writer Jackson Douglas, welcomed their first child together – Barnaby Borstein Douglas on Monday, September 8th, weighing 8 lbs, 10 oz and 19 inches long.
Borstein, 35, is best known for her roles on two FOX series, MADtv and Family Guy. The couple were married in 1999.
Its a boy for Natalie Morales, 38, of NBC News! Natalie and husband of ten years, Joe Rhodes welcomed baby Luke on Tuesday, weighing 7 lbs., 4 oz.
The news was announced this morning by Meredith Vieira on the Today show with Vieria saying, “Mom, Dad, baby Luke and big brother Josh are all doing just great.”
Baby Luke joins big brother Josh, 4, whom Natalie said is thrilled to have a little sibling, “He’s excited to be a big brother. He says he’ll share all his toys … he says that now!”
Natalie’s original due date was September 16.
Source: Today via People
When Jerry O’Connell went on Late Night With Conan O’Brien, he talked about pregnant wife Rebecca Romijn – who is due with twin girls in January – and said something he probably shouldn’t have.
I’ll look at her, and I will go, ‘My goodness….you are huge!’” Jerry laughingly said.
Jerry has released a statement to People magazine, apologizing for his remarks,
“I regret calling my wife ‘huge’ on Conan O’Brien,” O’Connell tells PEOPLE. “I meant to say that there are specific areas of my wife that are larger than normal and growing every day. All other portions of my wife are quite petite. I apologize to her and will be coming home with flowers.”
Thandie Newton has two daughters – Ripley, 7, and Nico, 3 – and says that delivering them was such an amazing experience she wouldn’t mind doing it once a year.
“Birth is very challenging in the best way possible. Every fiber of your bring in alive. It’s like you are conducting electricity, literally creating something. I’d like to give birth every year if I would, just for the experience.”
Revealing that during her pregnancy she became “wild and fierce,” she believes that being pregnant helped her discover herself.
“People talk about pregnant women as if they’ve gone a bit mad. You know, ‘She’s a bit hormonal.’ But I felt as though I’d been introduced to myself for the first time. You become totally uncompromising, wild and fierce.”