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Congratulations to Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter. The Sherlock star, 40, and his theatre and opera director wife, 38, are expecting their second child, E!Read More
Congratulations are in order for Eva Amurri Martino and Kyle Martino. The Mothers and Daughters star, 31, and her 36 Hours host husband, 35, welcomed their second child – son Major James Martino – on Wednesday, Oct.Read More
The Beckham family have just arrived home from Europe where they watched daddy David in the 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifier.View Slideshow »»
Ellen Pompeo and her husband, Chris Ivery, are expecting their first child.
“It’s great news,” says Pompeo’s rep. “They’re ecstatic.”
The Grey’s Anatomy star, 39, and Ivery, 41, a music producer, were married by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in a private ceremony in November 2007. The couple met while grocery shopping in 2003 and began dating six months later.
Pompeo, who’s recently been spotted shopping for baby gear, is not the only Seattle Grace doctor having a baby in real life. Her costar Chyler Leigh (who plays her sister) is expecting her third child, a girl, in May.
Congrats to the Pompeo-Ivery family!
We can’t wait to see if this will be written into the Grey’s script!
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Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford looked lovely as she was spotted on her way from enjoying lunch at the Bel Air Hotel this weekend.
Kelly, 40, is expecting her second child – a girl! – in June. Also mom to 2 1/2-year-old son Hermes, she has said that pregnancy has been different this time around.
“I think the first time, everything’s so new. The second time, it’s just as exciting but there are things that you’ve already explored and understand, so it’s a little bit easier on a certain level.”
The expectant mom recently revealed what cravings she looks forward to indulging once the baby arrives: “I can’t wait to have a margarita at some point, chips and a margarita, [and] sushi.”
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It’s being reported that the 24-year-old former 7th Heaven star will play a small-town girl with a “disarming naiveté [that] masks the calculating, shrewd sex kitten within” on the much-anticipated spin-off.View Slideshow »»
What a little cutie! Minnie Driver and her 7 month-old son Henry Story Driver were seen at the Cross Creek playground in Malibu before shoe shopping for Henry at 98% Angel.
Just last weekend, we caught a glimpse of the adorable tot in the West Village in New York City.
The 39-year-old Good Will Hunting star has two movies set to hit theaters this year: Motherhood and Betty Anne Waters.View Slideshow »»
Though he was once known for his quick temper, Oscar-winner Russell Crowe says he is “a lot calmer” these days. The 45-year-old actor, who has sons Charlie, 5, and Tennyson, 2 1/2, with wife Danielle Spencer, recently talked to Parade magazine about his new outlook on life.
On mellowing in recent years: “I think any negativity stems from struggling with feelings of self-worth. I don’t consider myself to be worthy of a frenzy of media attention, so when people sort of come at you, sometimes your reaction is to get angry. But I’m way past that sort of stuff now. I’m a lot calmer with it.”
On what really matters: “I think the vast majority of people would choose family first. I realize what a responsibility it is to be a parent. In this modern world, we expect so much from a father, yet the definition is still somebody who works all week to put the food on the table. Somehow, you have to be able to do that work, bring home the money and still make yourself available to your kids.”
On fatherhood: “Having two little boys just makes me feel very, very blessed. It was the right time for me to become a dad, I needed it. There’s a sort of higher level of perception that comes with being a parent that gives you a different viewpoint on things. I’m two or three steps back from where I used to be.”
On keeping in touch: “I was ‘Skyping’ the other night, where you can talk over the computer and you can actually see each other. I have my computer hooked up to a camera in the kids’ playroom. So every now and then I can sort of just burst into the playroom. When they seem happy to see me, even if I’m thousands of miles away, it’s pretty special.”
Russell is back on the big screen this weekend alongside Ben Affleck and Rachel McAdams in State of Play.