Will Ferrell & Wife Expecting Their Third Son


Will Ferrell’s house is fast becoming a real boys’ club.
The former Saturday Night Live star, 42 and his wife, auctioneer Viveca Paulin, 40, are expecting their third child, a boy, the actor’s rep tells PEOPLE.
The couple, who met in an acting class in 1995, have two sons already – Magnus, 5, and Mattias, 2. Their little brother is due in January, according to a source.

(In the above pic Will and his son Magnus were snapped at an LA Lakers game last year)

Will Ferrell, 42, and his wife, Viveca Paulin, 40, are expecting their third child, a boy!

The little boy – due in January – will join big brothers Magnus, 5, and Mattias, 2.

Best Wishes!

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An Expectant Rebecca Gayheart In LA


An expectant Rebecca Gayheart was snapped out for lunch with a friend at a cafe in Los Angeles on Wednesday.  

Rebecca and husband Eric Dane (Dr. McSteamy on Grey’s Anatomy) had been working on starting a family for quite some time.

During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in February, Eric, 36, shared that he and Rebecca, 38, wanted to start a family.

“We’re currently working on that,” he said. But he added the process wasn’t simple.

“It’s funny because you get the doctors involved and they call you and it’s like, In eight days I’ll have to put in some work,” he explained. Then, he said, for four days, “I will be very busy and I probably shouldn’t schedule anything else.”

Ellen DeGeneres then suggested that four days of sex sounded like “tough work.”

“Hard work,” he agreed, “great if you can get it though.”

“They’re definitely happy,” a source recently told People magazine. “They’ve been trying for so long.” Reps for the pair have not commented.

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Heidi Takes The Kids To Karate


An expectant Heidi, 36, was snapped taking Henry, 4, Johan, 2, and Leni, 5, to Karate class in Hollywood on Tuesday.
When they were snapped leaving the karate school, Leni, Johan, and Henri had graduated from Taekwondo and were sporting yellow belts.

Heidi recently shared that she believes parents are responsible for their children’s eating disorders. She doesn’t blame the fashion and entertainment world for eating disorders as she believes that it’s the parents’ role to instill healthy habits.

“You can’t look at Hollywood and blame it, you have to make up your own mind whether you want to be fit, or super skinny. You can’t blame other people. It’s your own choice and if you have children, it is up to the parent to educate your children so they are healthy and they don’t go into a direction of anorexia or obesity,” Heidi said at the recent L.A. Confidential Magazine party to celebrate her cover. “It is up to you as a parent, it is hard to feed children right. I deal with it on a daily basis; it is much harder to make sure they eat right.”

Heidi and Seal also recently attended the Los Angeles launch of Bill Gates’s “Get School” initiative (designed to bring together students, families and community leaders to reform education across America) and Heidi shared that she has some concerns about showbiz careers.

“When you hear that every 26 seconds drops out of school you get worried. You want them to stay in school and you want them to have a vision of what they want to be and give them ideas and encourage them. I definitely want to get involved and do that, think about job ideas,” Heidi explained. “Nowadays children look at everyone in the magazines and they want to be a basketball star or on a television show, but there is only so many people who can do those things and not that you shouldn’t aim or dream for these things, but there are so many other fantastic jobs. So it’s good to talk about how to get there and how difficult it is to get there.”

Heidi is almost nine months pregnant with her fourth child and is busy trying to tame the other three who excitedly jump on her big belly because they “don’t really understand there is actually a real human being in there.”

Heidi shared that she doesn’t know if she’ll be back to her bikini body in time for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in November.

“I have to play it by ear; I might be cutting it a little short this time. I’m still going to have my Halloween party, that’s okay because I can put a big costume on but walking in a g-string is a little hard,” Heidi added. “It’s all cute when you’re pregnant, but once you’ve had the baby it’s not so… well, it takes time.”

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