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Winnie is having a baby!
The Wonder Years child star, Danica McKellar, and her husband of one year, Mike Verta, are expecting their first child this fall, People reports.
I’m nearing the end of my first trimester and I’m so excited – I’ve been bursting to tell people,” says McKellar, 35. “When you do take the home pregnancy test, it doesn’t quite seem real,” says the mom-to-be. “But when you see the baby and the heartbeat on the ultrasound, it’s so incredible. Me and Mike looked at each other and we could not stop the tears,” she says. “We are so happy.”
Also known for her role in The West Wing, Danica graduated summa cum laude in mathematics from UCLA, co-wrote and published math theorem in Hot X: Algebra Exposed, and continues to be an outspoken role model for young women to excel in math.
Congratulations to the McKellar-Verta family!
Name: Jagger Joseph Blue Goldberg
Date of Birth: March 17, 2008
Parents: Soleil Moon Frye & Jason Goldberg
Siblings: Poet Sienna Rose (08/05)
– She was born in Los Angeles, Calif. weighing 8lbs 6oz
– She and her family took a trip to Washington, DC earlier this year
– Jagger enjoys horseback riding lessons with her big sister, Poet
“Jagger was a name that we loved from the beginning of the pregnancy. We always wanted to be surprised by the sex and we felt like it was perfect for a boy or a girl. Joseph has a meaning that is so very close to our hearts. It was the name of our godfather, the patriarch of our family, the one who was there for me the day that I was born and the person who walked me down the aisle at my wedding. He was the inspiration of our family and he passed away of cancer a little over a year ago. Blue, we just loved it.” – Soleil, on choosing her daughter’s unique name.
“My little ones are getting bigger by the second. I can’t believe how fast time is going by. I love my girls so much and I am cherishing every minute.” – Soleil, on enjoying life with her daughters.
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Three-year-old Fiona Facinelli caught a ride on her dad Peter‘s shoulders as they headed home from tennis practice in Los Angeles, California today with big sisters Luca, 12, and Lola, 7, and friends (March 16).
The handsome Twilight star has penned a TV movie in which his wife Jennie Garth is set to star.
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It’s about an actor inside the Barney suit – a giant stuffed animated kids character – and he meets a woman who changes his perspective on things,” Jennie explains. “It’s a sweet love story with no big moral message; it’s pure entertainment.”
As for British cuisine favourites – fish ‘n’ chips and sticky toffee pudding! Baby ‘Smithogue’ has been enjoying them too much.
The 38-year-old The X Factor judge is a self-described Anglophile who has been splitting time between Australia and the UK for nearly twenty years. In a recent interview with Britian’s OK! magazine she reflected, “Can you believe I have been living between Melbourne and London since 1991? “
“It is so nice to feel adopted by the country you live in,” she gushes. “My mum is Welsh so I have had dual passport and citizenship for a while now.”
Dannii’s first baby is due in July.
Multitasking mama Jennifer Garner looked a bit like a human jungle gym while on the school run in Santa Monica, California today (March 16). The Valentine’s Day star managed to make it back to the car toting her youngest daughter Seraphina, 1, up front while big sister Violet, 4, caught a piggy back ride.
Earlier this year Jen talked about some of the challenges of motherhood, saying,
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I understand that my being an actress as well as being at home isn’t some heroic thing. That doesn’t mean it isn’t confusing or difficult – especially that question of how you find a balance.”