Tea Leoni Talks Divorce and Co-Parenting With Ex Husband David Duchovny


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Actress Tea Leoni is taking on a new project with the upcoming TV series ‘Madam Secretary’ and during the promotion of her new show, she dished a little on motherhood and divorce.  Tea and ex David Duchovny separated in 2011 and divorced this past summer.  She shares a little about co-parenting and reveals why she could never hate him.  [Read more…]

Says His Daughter Used To Drum On His Head!

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Talk about a creative way to keep your baby entertained! Celebrity dad Matt Damon opens up about the time he shaved his head for a film role and how it took sometime for his wife Luciana and their daughters to get used to his new look. Here’s what he says:

“Once my kids got used to it, and my wife, then the rest is kind of easy. They liked it. My youngest was less than a year at the time, and she used to drum on my head. She thought that was the funnest thing, and so, you know, when you’re a parent, you’ll do anything to make your 10-month-old smile. So I would put my head in her lap and let her bang away as long as she wanted.”

Too cute! 🙂

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Opens Up About Motherhood


Connie Britton is one of my favorite moms in the celebrity world. She just seems like a very fun, sweet gal that other moms would love to hang out with during a coffee break or play date with their children. The Hollywood actress opens up this month to Ladies Home Journal magazine where she talks about motherhood and how she thought she’d never have a child on her own. Here’s what she says:

“I didn’t think I’d have a baby on my own. But there’s a lot that comes out of having a plan and then seeing that there’s another way you can go,” says Britton, who was married to college sweetheart John Britton from 1991 to 1995. “If you hold hard and fast to the plan regardless of where you’re at, then you go against the flow of your life. Even after a long, difficult day, coming home and being with Yoby just washes any stress away.”

Thoughts, Babyrazzi readers?

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Why Is He Sending His Kids To Private School?

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Matt Damon is opening up as to why he sends his children to a private school even though he’s been a huge public school supporter for years. While some people are calling him out as a hypocrite, it looks like Matt might not be the huge public education advocate that he used to be. Check out some of these highlights from his interview in The Guardian Newspaper:

Sending his kids to private school: “Sending our kids in my family to private school was a big, big, big deal. And it was a giant family discussion. But it was a circular conversation, really, because ultimately we don’t have a choice. I mean, I pay for a private education and I’m trying to get the one that most matches the public education that I had, but that kind of progressive education no longer exists in the public system. It’s unfair.” Damon has campaigned against teachers’ pay being pegged to children’s test results: “So we agitate about those things, and try to change them, and try to change the policy, but you know, it’s a tough one.”

Moving from NYC to LA: “It’s a little unnerving. It’s going to be a very big change for us.” In New York, he explains, “I’ve been really lucky. I’ll completely forget that I’m a celebrity. And then something will happen and I’ll go, oh, right. Literally days will go by in New York where I’m seeing the same parents drop off and pick up atschool, and where everything just feels completely normal. I’m going to the Starbucks, and people know who I am, but it’s the same baristas there, and they’re calling out everybody’s name. It’s just our neighbourhood spot. So I’ll fool myself, and then something happens.”

Comparing his wife Lucy to Jennifer Garner: Damon’s Argentinian wife was a bartender in Miami when they met 10 years ago. “I think marrying somebody who’s not a celebrity, it just takes a lot of the pressure off.” His old friend Ben Affleck hasn’t been quite so lucky. “Ben’s wife, Jennifer Garner, she sells a s–tload of magazines in the midwest. Magazines that – Ben explained this to me – you and I have never heard of, but that appeal to a mom in the midwest, who for some reason identifies with Jennifer and wants to know what she’s doing as a mom. As a result of that, there are always five cars outside their house.”

Will he move out of LA if it gets rough? “Well, if that part is really bad, then we’ll leave. It’s just not worth it. There are things I’m willing to give up, you know, but there’s a limit.”

Letting his kids grow up privileged: “Our kids are growing up with more privilege than we had; that’s true for most of my friends in LA. I don’t know any actor who grew up with any particular privilege, so everyone wrestles with this. And I think a lot of times it’s about being patient with your kids.”

Thoughts, Babyrazzi readers?

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She Wants Her Kids To Go To High School In England

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It looks like Gwyneth Paltrow has once again managed to get people talking about a controversial statement that she has made regarding her life in America and how she sometimes prefers England. The celebrity mom has recently said that while she doesn’t mind having her children schooled in America, she prefers that they spend their high school years in England, as their education system is “second to none,” according to her. Here’s the scoop:

‘Gwyneth has loved living in London but America will always be home and she wants to be closer to her family. Her mother and brother live in California and she plans to spend the next couple of years in Los Angeles while her children are young enough for their education not to be affected. She misses her family terribly and now is the time to move.’

‘Her children have English accents and once they start senior school Gwyneth says the family will likely return to the UK because she believes that the English education system is second to none.’

What are your thoughts on this, Babyrazzi readers?

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