May 6, 2013 | Filed Under: Celebrities, Fashion Police | Tags: Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian, Nicole Richie, Sarah Jessica Parker
Maybe being a mom has skewed our perspective, but these gowns from the Met Gala seemed less “punk” (the theme of the event) and more “household product/furniture”…
Kim Kardashian as our grandmother’s sofa.
Speaking of grandmothers…
May 7, 2012 | Filed Under: Celebrities, Fashion Police | Tags: Amy Adams, Beyonce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Heidi Klum, Jessica Alba, Metropolitan Costume Institute Gala, Sarah Jessica Parker
My invitation to this year’s Met gala somehow got lost in the mail — No! I lie! The cats and I are convinced Leslie Bibb totally stole it — so instead of providing you with behind-the-scenes juice about Dakota Fanning throwing Skittles down the front of Sofia Vergara’s dress, all I can offer are these pictures of celebrity moms at the event, complete with expert fashion commentary below.
WARNING: Parental discretion is advised, as Beyoncé appeared to have suffered a Mommy Brain moment and forgotten the back of her dress. Whoopsie! (We’ve all been there.)
Nov 6, 2009 | Filed Under: Celebrities, Pop Culture | Tags: Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker graces the cover of the December Elle, and chats about motherhood and the “baked good” smell of dirty diapers:
Apr 28, 2009 | Filed Under: Celebrities, Pop Culture | Tags: Matthew Broderick, Sarah Jessica Parker, Surrogacy
Just a couple of months ago, the tabloids claimed Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick were dunzo. Kaput. Fini. Well, not only are they still together, but it turns out the couple has been brewing a new family addition.
“Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are happily anticipating the birth of their twin daughters later this summer with the generous help of a surrogate. The entire family is overjoyed.”
Apparently, SJP, 44, and Ferris, 47, have been trying to add to their family ever since the birth of their son, James Wilkie, now 6. But it just wasn’t happening, so the couple turned to a surrogate — whose name and place of residence have not been disclosed — last year.
“They’re over the moon and excited as any prospective parents would be,” says the friend. “Their life is about to get a lot busier.”
Ah, yes — of COURSE they are “over the moon.” ALL celebrities are freakin’ “over the moon” about their babies. Perhaps their friends and publicists should dip into a new pool of exciting phrases, such as:
“Happy as a lark!”
“On cloud nine!”
“In seventh heaven!”
And my personal favorite:
“They really couldn’t care less. Why the hell do you ask?”