Patrick Dempsey is pictured out with his daughter Talula, 5. The hot dad is starring in the Disney fairy tale spoof Enchanted. Which looks really cute…anyone see it?
Dempsey doesn’t want his kids to act, even though Talula has a creative flair, her dad knows what’s best for her-staying clear from Hollywood.
“I can start to see it. I hope that it doesn’t happen. I don’t really like children in movies. I think it’s a bad place for children to grow up.”
Dempsey also has 9 month old twin boys, Darby and Sullivan with wife Jillian.
I think Suri really looks like her mom now. I know the haircut is the same, but there’s something else…I just can’t pinpoint it. What do you guys think?
The former Sopranos star Drea de Matteo, 35, and musician boyfriend Shooter Jennings, 28, welcomed a baby girl, Alabama Gypsy Rose, weighing 8 lbs, 3oz, on Wednesday night.
This is the first child for the couple “Family and baby are happy and healthy,” says their publicist.
Congrats to the couple!
I don’t know if this is true or not, but Victoria Beckham apparently has ordered the world’s most expensive tree house for her 3 sons-perhaps a Christmas present?
According to Now magazine, Victoria was spotted buying the 9ft Treetent at Neiman Marcus – the cost a mere $50,000.
The Treetent features a hardwood floor, a mattress that can sleep 2 adults or up to 4 children and even has adjustable planetary landing steps. Read more about it here.
I just recently read in OK! magazine, that Victoria doesn’t spend a lot on the boys clothes, because they grow out of them so fast. She also believes in hand me downs…don’t know if I believe that one, seems like she loves to shop-and has no shortage of cash.
Dennis Quaid, 53, and his wife Kimberly, 36, have been through so much turmoil in what was supposed to be a joyous time. Twins, Thomas Boone and Zoe Grace, were born on Nov. 8th, and within a week of being brought home, they were hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai due to staph infections. While in the hospital, they were given 1,000 times the recommended dose of heparin, which is a drug that prevents IV catheters from clotting. The high dosage can cause severe bleeding and death if not treated.
“She could barely get out three sentences,” Kimberly’s brother Blake Buffington says of how his sister broke the news to him. “She said they weren’t sure if they were going to make it. She told me, ‘The babies are fighting for their lives.’ ”
“The babies are still at the hospital in intensive care,” Buffington said on Nov. 27. “We’re hoping they get to come home from the hospital, but we don’t know how long that will be. Kimberly has gotten to hold them a few times, but they are on monitors and IVs, so it’s hard. You have these fragile little kids going through a medical crisis they absolutely did not need to go through.”
This is such a sad unfortunate story, I can’t imagine what they have been going through each day.