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Congratulations are in order for Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley. The Grey’s Anatomy alum, 38, and her musician husband, 36, welcomed their third child – son Joshua Bishop Kelley Jr.Read More
Congratulations are in order for Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers. The Nocturnal Animals star, 30, and his Chief Correspondent of the Human Rights Foundation wife, 34, welcomed their second child – a son – on Sunday, Jan.Read More
Congratulations are in order for Jeff Goldblum and Emilie Livingston. The Independence Day: Resurgence star, 64, and his wife, 33, are expecting their second child in early April, she announced via Instagram.Read More
Whitney Houston was spotted with her 16-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown at Newark Airport in Newark, New Jersey on Thursday (August 20). The 46-year-old I Will Always Love You singer and her daughter wore matching outfits and looked happy as they landed in the garden state.
After a long absence from the music industry, Whitney’s much-hyped career comeback interview will be on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Houston will be Winfrey’s first guest as the talk-show queen launches her 24th season on September 14. According to her Web site, Oprah calls Houston’s appearance “the most anticipated music interview of the decade.”View Slideshow »»
Another day, another fabulous outfit for mom-to-be Sarah Michelle Gellar. The Buffy star stopped to fuel up on Santa Monica Boulevard yesterday, looking gorgeous in a long, floral-patterned black dress.
Sarah Michelle and her husband of almost 7 years Freddie Prinze Jr are expecting their first baby in the fall.View Slideshow »»
Name: Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale
Date of Birth: August 21, 2008
Parents: Gwen Stefani & Gavin Rossdale
Siblings: Kingston James McGregor Rossdale (05/06)
– He was named after Zuma Beach in Malibu, a place where daddy Gavin had an epiphany about his career
– Nesta was Bob Marley’s first name before an immigration official switched it with his middle name, Robert
– Born via cesarean at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, weighing in at 8lbs. 8oz.
Quote from Parent:
“I feel happier now. I know every mother must feel this way but watching your child grow up and learn new things every day is one of the greatest and purest pleasures you can have.” – Gwen, on motherhood.
Hairbow anyone? It looks like Sam and Lola Sheen may have a few to spare! Denise Richards shared this adorable pic of her very accessorized girls on Twitter today, along with the caption, “My daughters love accessories! They did their own hairdo!”
Sam and Lola’s dad is Denise’s ex, Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen.
Heidi Klum seems to juggle motherhood and work with relative ease, but the model mom insists her fourth baby – she and her husband Seal are expecting a girl in the fall – will be her last.
“We’re outnumbered,”she tells USA Today. “Four is perfect. Three is a lot. But four? It’s a lot of work. We’re hands-on, and we feel like this is what we can handle.”
Heidi, 36, says the new baby will just add to the happy chaos that already exists in the family’s home.
“Actually, they’ve taken over already,” she admits of kids kids Leni, 5, Henry, 3, and Johan, 2. “I’m not someone who is like, ‘OK, this is a museum, and you can’t sit here and you can’t touch this and everything has to be put in its place.’ They live there as much as we do. You come into our house, and there is a giant elephant and lion to welcome you. We have those big stuffed animals, and we have toys and things everywhere.”
New mom to 2 1/2-month-old baby boy Kenzo Lee Hounsou, Kimora Lee Simmons found the time to write an article for Working Mother. The 34-year-old Baby Phat CEO and Style Network star addresses the racism she faced as a young girl, how her mom always encouraged her to believe in herself and work hard, and how she plans to instill these same values in her three children.
“My friends are surprised to learn that, outgoing as I am today, I was a loner growing up. I was a mixed-race girl with a Korean-Japanese mother and an African-American father, and none of the other kids at my school were like me. I was nearly six feet tall by the time I was 11 years old. And I was an only child being raised by a single mother.
At school in the St. Louis suburb of Florissant, MO, everything about me seemed to be a source of ridicule to other kids: my face, my height, the texture of my hair, my body shape. I was a real fish out of water. And because I had so many growth spurts, it took time for me to grow into my body. The popular kids were into sports, but I was awkward and gawky. I was super clumsy—I still am. Kids can be cruel. They called me “chinky giraffe.” I cried all the time. But my mother wanted me to turn my tears into something else, something positive.