Yannick Noah and his son Joalukas Noah were seen scooting throught the Meatpacking District on Tuesday.
Yannick is a pop-soul singer and former professional tennis player from France. Joalukas’ mom is Yannick’s wife, French producer Isabelle Camus.
The Stefani-Rossdales are on vacation in Mexico! Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale have been relaxing and hitting the beach with sons Kingston, 2, and Zuma, 11 weeks. Gwen and the boys left early and Gavin said that he “felt guilty” he was away from them, but the rocker soon joined his family in Mexico.
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Naomi Watts and fiance Liev Schreiber, expecting their second child this winter, went for a walk in chilly New York City yesterday with son Sasha, 15 months. This time around, Liev traded a carrier for the stroller. Earlier in the day, Naomi ran some errands in the East Village – I wonder if she’s further along than originally thought?
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Christina Aguilera credits her 10-month-old son Max for inspiring the title song on her new album, Keeps Gettin’ Better – A Decade of Hits.
Max gave her “a new sense of life, a new way of looking at myself,” the singer tells Entertainment Tonight Canada. “I talk about being a super girl in the song ‘Keeps Getting Better’ and really that’s due in great deal to the fact that I’ve had a complete new appreciation for women in general, for what we’re capable of doing, of what our bodies are capable of undergoing, and creating.”
Christina says that she invokes a Wonder Woman mentality when trying to balance everything in her life,
“Absolutely, that’s part of it – that’s super girl. The do-it-all female, it’s just I have a great appreciation for my mother … it’s amazing the patience involved.
She also feels it’s important that she continue to do what she loves doing, for Max’s sake,
“It’s very important to me as a mother to not lose sight of who I was before becoming a mother. I want to share with my son, what I’m passionate about, what I was about before he was born.”
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Adam Sandler and his wife, Jackie, welcomed their second daughter, Sunny Madeline, on November 2nd! Adam posted on his website,
Jackie and Adam had a beautiful baby girl, Sunny Madeline on November 2. Everyone is happy and healthy.
Sunny joins big sister Sadie Madison, 2 1/2. Adam revealed back in September that they knew the baby was going to be a “chickadee.”