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Supermodel mom Heidi Klum, who has two children Henry, 3, and Johan, 1, with husband Seal and a 4-year-old daughter Leni with ex Flavio Briatore — has openly talked about having more kids — but she doesn’t think they can keep up with Brad and Angelia.
“My big secret is that I always put my family first. My love, Seal, is number one and then our children are right behind him. I don’t think that anything is more important than them. We might have another one or two kids. I’m not sure we’ll keep up with Brad and Angelina though.”
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Actor Saul Rubinek, his wife Elinor Reid and their children Hannah and Sam were photographed on the red carpet for the Hollywood premiere of the drama The Express held at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Actress Lisa Rinna and her eldest daughter, 10-year-old Delilah Belle, were spotted enjoying the day together in Beverly Hills on Thursday. Lisa and her husband Harry Hamlin also have a 7-year-old daughter, Amelia Gray.
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Actor Michael Chiklis, his wife Michelle Moran and their 14-year-old daughter Autumn were photographed enjoying the day together in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
Jamie-Lynn Spears got pregnant when she was 16, and 17-year-old Bristol Palin is pregnant now. But according to Jamie-Lynne’s mom, Lynn Spears, the difference in the public reaction to the two girls’ pregnancies couldn’t be more different.
It’s a totally different reaction. It’s as if [Sarah Palin] became celebrated. I mean, the mother, Palin, was celebrated for this. Every woman in the world has applauded her strength and her convictions and poor little old Jamie Lynn—you saw how she was crucified. Everybody did, firsthand … I just feel like it’s been a very hypocritical situation.
What do you think – is the difference in reaction to the girls’ pregnancy news hypocritical? Or do you think there were other factors that contributed to the public’s reactions?
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Clay Aiken’s best friend, 50-year-old music producer Jaymes Foster, is the mother of their 7-week-old son Parker. Jaymes chatted with People during the magazine’s photo shoot at Aiken’s home in North Carolina, where she is currently staying. Jaymes opened up about her pregnancy, being an older mom, and who’s better at changing diapers.
On what makes Clay a great dad: “He’s an incredible caregiver. As far as changing the diapers and seeing what’s wrong with [Parker] and getting him to go sleep, Clay’s a natural and he’s really, really good with that. On a larger scale, he’s the perfect person. He’s been a school teacher, we have the same morals, family is very important to him and Parker means everything to us.”
On how she feels about having a baby at 50: “I really think I was not ready to have children – well, I know I was not ready to have children, be a mother – in my 20s or 30s. I had the freedom then to travel the world and have a wonderful career. I believe at this point in my life it’s the right time, and I think because it’s the right time, I’ll hopefully do a good job. If I don’t, Clay will be all over me!”
On her pregnancy: “I thought I’d be one of the lucky ones that didn’t get the nausea, that I’d sail right through the pregnancy. But unfortunately I had it the whole time! I dealt with it on my own until I found out that there is a great new medication that helps eliminate the nausea, which I took the entire pregnancy. But other than that, it was really a breeze.”
On supporting Clay’s decision to come out: “I totally support him. It’s his choice. It’s a choice that he made. I love him and I’ll support him in any choice that he makes, whether as an entertainer, or a father, human being, of course I support him.”
On any baby-related chores that either of them shy away from: “It’s funny because we were both very relaxed from the minute he was born. But the one thing I’m a little nervous about is clipping his hand nails because I think I might cut him, so Clay definitely has a handle on that and takes care of that. [Parker] doesn’t like baths so much, so I tend to do the bathing because he kind of cries through that so I’ve taken that on as a job. Clay would be happy to do that, but I just figure, okay, if he does the nails, I’ll do the bath.”
On if her relationship with Clay has changed since Parker’s birth: “We love each other dearly and deeply as friends, but I think as parents now, there’s an even greater bond, certainly for me. Our job is to remain best friends for the rest of our lives and that’s the most important thing for Parker.”
Photo: Michael Lavine for People