Tina Fey Has Doubts Over Second Pregnancy

Expectant mother Tina Fey struggled with “guilt and panic” over her decision to have a second child, fearing her career would stall if she fell pregnant again.

The Date Night star recently announced she is five months pregnant, but the actress admits she questioned whether she was ready for another baby after her five-year-old daughter Alice began asking for a sibling.  Fey suffered many sleepless nights before finally breaking down in her gynaecologist’s office.  In her new memoir Bossypants, she recalls,

“I went for my annual check-up and, tired of carrying this anxiety around, burst into tears the moment she said hello. I laid it all out for her, and the main thing I took away from our conversation was the kind of simple observation that only an impartial third party can provide: ‘Either way, everything will be fine.'”

The comedienne was also concerned that expanding her family would kill her career – but she eventually concluded that she didn’t care.  She adds,

“Science shows that fertility and movie offers drop off steeply for women after 40… (But) what’s so great about work anyway? Work won’t visit you when you’re old. Work won’t drive you to get a mammogram and take you out after for soup.

“Hollywood be damned. I’ll just be unemployable and labelled crazy in five years anyway.”

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Mariska Hargitay Had Help From Family With Baby Name

Mariska Hargitay had help from her family to name her new daughter.

Mom of two – August (4) and now 1-week-old Amaya Josephine – said everyone got involved in naming the new baby.

“We all talked about names because everything is a family decision in our house,” says Hargitay.”I threw out my name and he threw out his name and I said, ‘August, why do you get to name the baby?’ And he said, ‘Because it’s my idea!’

The family settled on Amaya Josephine.

“I liked that name, but I wanted her to have the same initials as August,” Hargitay explains. “I thought adding the ‘A’ was so feminine. Amaya sounded so open and feminine and beautiful — just like her.”

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MARISKA Hargitay says naming hernew daughter was a family decision.

The actress — who already raises 4½-year-old son August with husband Peter Herman — has revealed everyone got involved in choosing a moniker for the 1-week-old tot.

“We all talked about names because everything is a family decision in our house,” says Hargitay.”I threw out my name and he threw out his name and I said, ‘August, why do you get to name the baby?’ And he said, ‘Because it’s my idea!’

The family settled on Amaya Josephine — an adaptation of one of Hargitay’s favorite names, Maya.

“I liked that name, but I wanted her to have the same initials as August,” Hargitay explains. “I thought adding the ‘A’ was so feminine. Amaya sounded so open and feminine and beautiful — just like her.”

Tyra Banks Trying For A Baby?

TV supermodel Tyra Banks has hinted she is trying for a baby with her boyfriend.

The catwalk beauty, who was last rumored to be romancing businessman John Utendahl, has confirmed she is in a relationship and the 37-year-old has suggested she is planning to start a family very soon, telling TV presenter Piers Morgan,

“I definitely want babies.”

When the British host asked whether it will happen soon, she replied,

“Yeah” and Morgan then pressed her on the subject, asking, “Are you trying to have a baby?” with Banks responding, “Yeah, maybe.”

The America’s Next Top Model star also dismissed a suggestion she would get married before having children, adding,

“I don’t think it’s necessarily necessary.”

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Eric Bana Plays Swim Teacher With His Kids

Eric Bana is teaching his kids how to swim.

The actor wants to make sure his two children – Klaus (11) and Sophia (8) – are able to swim, especially growing up in their seaside upbringing in Australia.

“I do think it’s a responsibility especially in Australia to teach your kids swimming,” says Eric. “The first thing that you’re very aware of in terms of a primal thing that you have to teach a child is how to swim.

“We live our lives by the water and if you don’t know how to swim in Australia, it’s like not knowing how to cross a road. It’s an incredible survival thing that you really must learn when you’re a child because you don’t see a lot of 40-year-olds learning to swim. Throw them in the surf and let them get used to it!”

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