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Hollywood Baby Roundup: January 17, 2010

Claudia Schiffer, Matthew Vaughn and family

It’s time once again to congratulate those celebrities entering into parenthood:

Claudia Schiffer: What “C” name will she come up with next? Schiffer - already a mother to 5-year-old Clementine and 7-year-old Caspar - is now pregnant with her third child. Claudia and director/producer Matthew Vaughn have been married since 2002.

Dannii Minogue: The British X Factor judge will soon be introducing her own star. Minogue, sister of singer Kylie Minogue, has just announced that she and boyfriend Kris Smith are expecting their first child together. The baby is due in July.

Vern Yip: Let’s hope he baby-proofed his home. On January 6, the interior design guru and his partner welcomed Gavin Joshua Mannox. Their 7 lbs., 6 oz. baby son was born via a surrogate.

Mark Wahlberg: Marky Mark’s funky bunch keeps on expanding. Mark and wife Rhea Durham have added another child to their brood. Grace Margaret is now the youngest member of the clan which already includes 16-month-old Brendan, 3 1/2-year-old Michael and 6-year-old Ella.

John Rich: When you have a last name like Rich, you kinda have to flaunt it. The Big & Rich musician recently said hello to Cash Rich, his first child with wife Joan. The new parents have been married since December 2008.

Joey Fatone: A somewhat difficult nine months has lead to a second baby girl for the Fatones. Early in the pregnancy, Joey’s wife, Kelly, was diagnosed with methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase, a condition that caused chronic fatigue and blood clotting in the lungs. Despite being induced two weeks early, daughter Kloey Alexandra and her mother are both doing fine.

Monica Bellucci: The Matrix Reloaded beauty and husband Vincent Cassel are anticipating the birth of their second child. The actors, who have been married since 1999, are already parents to a 5-year-old girl.

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