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The Bachelorette alum Ashley Hebert and hubby J.P. Rosenbaum welcomed their first child, son Fordham Rhys, on September 30th.
Sarah Jessica Parker was photographed with her 5-year-old son, James Wilke, while walking in the West Village New York City.
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Katie Holmes, 29, talked about whether she would rather be rich and famous or poor and anonymous,
I don’t think anyone really believes they are going to grow up and become rich and famous. I certainly didn’t. It’s never been about fame or wealth for me. I’ve always been a hard worker. I had my own grass-cutting service when I was young. I convinced my mom to drag me and the lawnmower around and cut her friends’ lawns. I don’t think I’d ever be poor because of the strong worth ethic my parents instilled in me.
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Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves are all smiles as they arrive at the Milan airport on Thursday with their 2-month-old son, Levi.
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Desperate Housewives star Marcia Cross took her 19-month-old twins, Eden and Savannah, on a walk down Montana Avenue in Santa Monica today. Along the way, they passed a bird cage, and stopped so Eden could get a closer look.
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Madonna took her two oldest kids, Lourdes, 11, and Rocco, 7, on a tour of the Basilica di Santa Croce church in Gerusalemme in Rome. The church has a policy of females covering their heads, which Lourdes respectfully observed. The family was given given a tour of the church and showed its religious paintings and artifacts, and were treated to a rendition of the Gregorian Chant from the monks.
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After three years of retirement, Lance Armstrong recently announced that he will return to the Tour de France as part of an effort to raise cancer awareness. Lance said that he spoke to one person in particular prior to his decision: his ex-wife Kristin,
“Quite frankly, if she had said, ‘I don’t support it,’ or ‘I’m not into it,’ I wouldn’t have done it,” Armstrong, 37, said on Wednesday. “But Kristin has been an amazing supporter. Very flexible and just amazing with the kids. I need that from her” to do this.
After speaking with Krsitin, Lance told his 8-year-old son, with some fear that it might leak,
“I said, ‘Luke, don’t tell your sisters. His sisters tell people everything. But I fully expected him to tell them.” However, Luke kept true to his word and then Lance told his twin girls, “I had to tell them, ‘Don’t go to school and tell everybody.’ When it finally came out, they said, ‘Okay, NOW can we tell everybody?’”
With friends and family supporting his efforts to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through the Tour de France, Lance is hoping to change the face of cancer on an international level,
“[My goal is to] change the face of the disease worldwide, to increase funding, increase education, and erase the stigma of the disease in certain cultures.” He is also aiming for a big turnout at the Livestrong Global Cancer Summit in Paris at the end of the Tour de France in July.
Photo: Flynet, 2006