Hollywood Mommy-Baby Astrology

Find out what the zodiac says about your favorite celebrity parents and their families.

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner (Aries) and Ben Affleck (Leo) will have no trouble relating to Violet, their Sagittarius daughter. All are born under fire signs, portending a household full of passion and creativity.

    Horoscope for an Aries Mom

      Courteney Cox

      Geminis Courteney Cox and her daughter, Coco, are outgoing and flirtatious by nature. Little wonder that Courteney let her preschooler visit the Dirt set regularly -- or that Coco makes friends very easily.

        Horoscope for a Gemini Mom

          Reese Witherspoon

          Aries mom Reese Witherspoon will do anything to make Ava, a Virgo, and Deacon, a Scorpio, happy. Since both Virgos and Scorpios are privacy seekers, that means shielding them from the paparazzi.

            Horoscope for an Aries Mom

              Halle Berry

              Charming Leo Halle Berry and her baby girl, Nahla, a Pisces, are both born under creative, activity-loving signs. They'll bond through their mutual passion for music, movement, and pretend play.

                Horoscope for a Leo Mom

                  Gwen Stefani

                  Libra mom Gwen Stefani loves to show off her boys, Kingston, a Gemini, and baby Zuma, a Leo. (She's even brought Kingston onstage during concerts.) Luckily, the zodiac points to their being social kids.

                    Horoscope for a Libra Mom

                      Marcia Cross

                      Marcia Cross, a strong, fiery Aries, will need reserves of patience to handle her sensitive Pisces twin daughters, Eden and Savannah.

                        Horoscope for an Aries Mom

                          Angelina Jolie

                          Brad Pitt, an adventure-loving Sagittarius, has his hands full with Gemini girls Angelina Jolie and baby Shiloh. They'll constantly keep him on his toes and guessing.

                            Horoscope for a Gemini Mom

                              Originally published in the January 2008 and 2009 issues of Parents magazine.