Portia de Rossi reportedly wants to have a baby.
The 41-year-old actress had initially ruled out having children with her wife Ellen DeGeneres, 56, whom she married in 2008, but it seems she's now changed her mind and is keen to start a family with her beau.
"All Portia can talk about is beginning a new chapter in their lives and starting a family," a source told InTouch.
The couple have allegedly consulted the Center for Surrogate Parenting in Encino, California, to discuss their options, according to the magazine.
Meanwhile, the duo's relationship allegedly hit the rocks recently after an argument reportedly led to Portia seeking treatment in rehab in May for drug and alcohol problems, but they're keen to work through their issues.
Ginnifer Goodwin has given birth to a baby boy.
The Once Upon A Time actress and her co-star husband Josh Dallas - whom she met on the set of ABC hit show - welcomed their first child together on Thursday.
A representative for the pair told People magazine on Friday night, "Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas welcomed a baby boy yesterday, May 29. This is their first child. Both mom and baby are doing great."
News that Ginnifer, 35, was expecting first broke in November last year shortly after the pair announced their engagement. "We are so thrilled... and can't wait to celebrate with our friends and family including our second family at Once Upon a Time," Josh, 32, said at the time.
Kurt Cobain is like "Santa Claus" to his daughter.
Frances Bean Cobain was just a baby when her famous father committed suicide in 1994 and her mother Courtney Love says it is hard for the 21-year-old artist to hear other people's stories and memories of her dad because she has none herself.
"You have to put yourself in Franny's shoes when it comes to her father because she feels like she's related to Santa Claus. Like, everyone loves him but she says she retains no memory of Santa Claus. Whereas I can remember him, his laugh, what he was like in bed, and how he was with her," Courtney said.
Courtney - who, like her late spouse, has battled drug addiction - feels grateful her daughter is "sensible" and hopes she won't follow in her parents' footsteps: "The cool thing about Frances is that she knows she's related to two junkies. I mean, she might smoke pot, maybe, but she's sensible. I thank God she was never introduced to prescription drugs when she was grown up."
Angelina Jolie wants her children to pursue careers in politics.
The 38-year-old actress is raising six children with her long-term partner Brad Pitt, 50, but she's admitted she hopes they decide to take another career path rather when they begin working rather than following them into acting: "I'm trying to interest them in politics. My sons and daughters might fill high-powered functions instead."
The Hollywood couple take their sons Maddox, 12, Pax, 10, and five-year-old Knox and daughters nine-year-old Zahara, seven-year-old Shiloh and five-year-old Vivienne with them while promoting their films around the world, but Angelina claims they also make them aware of the humanitarian work they do. "They know we make movies. But also that Daddy makes furniture and builds houses and that Mummy likes to travel with the United Nations," she told The Sun.
Kendra Wilkinson has named her newborn daughter Alijah.
The Kendra on Top star, who also has four-year-old son Hank Jr. with husband Hank Baskett, welcomed their second child into the world at 8.02am at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles last Friday. And according to her baby girl's birth certificate, obtained by gossip website TMZ.com, the tot's full name is Alijah Mary Baskett.
It is not yet known what prompted the blonde beauty to select the Americanized version of Elijah for her daughter's first name, but her middle name is believed to be in honor of Kendra's grandmother, Mary Stotz, as well as a tribute to Hugh Hefner's late Playboy secretary Mary O'Connor, to whom the model was very close before her death in January 2013.
The couple have been tight-lipped about their new arrival to date, but former NFL star Hank wrote on Twitter on Tuesday, "Thank you to all the congrats & well wishes y'all have sent! Been a busy cpl of days but happy to say both my ladies are home & doing great! [sic]."
Ciara has named her son Future Zahir Wilburn.
The "Goodies" singer gave birth to her first child with partner, Future Sr., this morning, and they have decided to name the tot after him. Alongside a picture of the newborn's arm, she posted on Twitter, "FUTURE ZAHIR WILBURN 9lbs 10oz May 19 2014."
Producer and rapper Future Sr. - who was born Nayvadius D. Wilburn - added on his own Twitter page, "Baby FUTURE."
Future Sr. got his name when he was growing up in Atlanta and members of the musical collective The Dungeon Family started to call him The Future.
Kim Kardashian is still furious with Joan Rivers for calling her daughter "ugly."
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who is set to wed rapper Kanye West in a $400,000 ceremony at Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy on May 24, and her younger sister Khloe Kardashian reportedly refused to sit beside the Fashion Police host at the NBC Upfronts event in New York City on Thursday night because they are fed up of her mocking their family on the E! series, including 11-month-old North.
Kendra Wilkinson has given birth to a baby girl.
The reality TV star, who also has four-year-old son Hank Jr. with husband Hank Baskett, welcomed their second child into the world in Los Angeles this morning.
Former NFL star Hank, 31, told UsMagazine.com, "I feel great and I am so happy." When asked about Kendra, he said, "She is great and did an amazing job," and their daughter is "healthy with all 10 fingers and all 10 toes."
The blonde beauty hinted she was in labor on Thursday night, as she wrote on Twitter, "This is it guys. It's time. Love you all n tweet to ya again when I can. Xoxoxo. [sic]."
The couple first revealed they were expecting another baby in October, and the Kendra On Top star, 28, recently said she hoped their daughter would be a cheeky and confident girl. "I get to teach my daughter what I've learned. I don't want her to feel she has to be a certain way to impress society. If she wants to spit or go play some ball, I'll be so proud, because that's who I am, and that's a real person. I don't want her to be a robot. I want her to stuck her tongue out, wiggle her butt, laugh and play," she said.
John Krasinski has released the first photograph of his baby daughter.
The 34-year-old actor took to his Twitter account today to share an adorable snap of his and his wife Emily Blunt's three-month-old daughter Hazel. He accompanied the photo - which sees the tiny tot laying on her side, gazing into the camera lens with one hand above her head - with the caption, "Pics of kids should only come direct from parents. So I'm thrilled to introduce you guys to Hazel!!! [sic]."
The couple - who got married in 2010 after two years of dating - also took to Twitter on February 16 to announce Hazel's arrival as they wanted to be the first to break the happy news to their fans. "Emily and I are so incredibly happy to welcome our daughter Hazel into the world today! Happy bday! [sic]," John said at the time.
Halle Berry is "healthy and happy" following the birth of her son.
The 47-year-old actress insists she's not stressing over her postpartum pounds after welcoming her second child Maceo-Robert, whom she has with her husband Olivier Martinez, into the world last October. "I'm healthy and that's really good. When you're nursing you can't really diet because you have to keep producing milk ... I'm healthy and I'm happy and that's all that matters," she said.
The brunette beauty - who also has six-year-old daughter Nahla from her previous relationship with Gabriel Aubry - believes Maceo has brought "joy" to her family and she is overwhelmed by the love she feels for him: "[Maceo's] perfect, just perfect. More love, more joy -- having a new baby in your family brings that."
However, Halle admits she and Olivier, 48, whom she married last July, are still trying to find the balance between parenthood and their demanding careers. "[A new baby means] less sleep. And I'm working on the TV show [Extant]. It's a new grind, it's a new rhythm. We're trying to get used to that. [But] we're managing," she explained.
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