She captioned the photos with the message, “The end of June through the end of July is my favorite time of the year, because Jay isn’t working and we use those 4 weeks to relax and spend as much time together as possible before he takes off for training camp and the football season begins. This year we took Camden to the zoo for the first time, I cooked up a storm, we had family in and out, and most importantly we adjusted to now being a family of 4 with baby Jax. Speaking of Jax, here is my precious little peanut…”
Go ahead and say, “Awww…”!
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In an interview this week with the Today Show, the famous aunt couldn’t help but gush over Prince George. When asked about the future king, Pippa burst into a smile so big, even interviewer Matt Lauer took note. She said being an aunt was “wonderful” and called the 11-month-old ”a very dear boy” who’s “brought a lot of pleasure and fun for all of us, the whole family.” And like most babies, George has brought the already tight-knit Middletons even closer. “We love spending weekends with him,” Pippa says. “He’s very funny.”
Also refreshingly normal was Pippa’s description of her relationship with her royal sister. Apparently, despite the adorable baby, snazzy title, and fancy new home, Kate and her sister are still very close and spend plenty of time together. “We still do a lot together as a family,” she explains. “And I think that’s sort of the heart for all of us, having a really close family. We can sort of be normal with each other, treat each other normally, and that’s sort of kept us all fixed to the ground.”
Check out the highlights of Pippa’s interview below, courtesy of the Washington Post:
Tell us: What has your baby meant to your family? Has it changed your relationships with your parents or siblings?
Nothing’s sweeter (and cuter!) than a newborn baby — and Kelly Clarkson proved that when she shared an Instagram photo of her daughter, River Rose, sleeping in an old-fashioned cherry-red carriage, surrounded by lacy white blankets.
The American Idol winner just gave birth to River Rose last week, her first daughter with husband Brandon Blackstock. As a caption to her photo, which already has over 27,000 likes, Clarkson wrote, “Here is our beautiful baby girl River Rose; 6 lbs 6 oz, 18 inches, and the greatest thing on the planet.”
It’s a girl for rapper Lil Kim, 39, who became a first-time mom at 9:58 this morning in New Jersey.
And Lil Kim gave her daughter a name that seems a bit more fitting for a child of Prince—Royal Reign. (You can get the full scoop on her name selection at our baby name blog, In Name Only.)
While some celebrities lately have talked about scaling back their careers in the wake of parenthood (including movie stars Kristen Bell and Channing Tatum) Lil Kim told Us Magazine recently that she had no plans to scale back on her music career after her baby arrives. “I’m still going to work. I’m still going to be hardcore,” she said. “The baby has made me even more of a beast!”
John Krasinski beat the paparazzi to the punch—and shared the most adorable picture of Hazel, his daughter with fellow actress Emily Blunt. (Just check out the yumminess!!!) His message that went with it? “Pics of kids should only come direct from parents. So I’m thrilled to introduce you guys to Hazel!!! #NoKidsPolicy”
I totally get the #NoKidsPolicy that most celebrity parents are requesting—hoping that the paparazzi will leave their kiddos alone so they can walk to school without someone snapping a shot from behind a bush. Living life under the constant glare of the spotlight must be trying for these families—and imagine how that constant picture-taking and attention warps the psyche of these celebrity kids. But I do love to see the babies of my favorite stars (who doesn’t?)—so it’s nice when a celeb will share baby pic or two. (And hopefully, that’ll help them ward off the paparazzi—because this sweet close-up of Hazel is much cooler than anything the paparazzi would be able to shoot, anyway!)
Tell us: What do you think about the celebs’ #NoKidsPolicy campaign? Do you like seeing those candid paparazzi kid shots—or do you prefer that your magazines and gossip sites allow these celebrity kids a little privacy?