Photos – Celebrity Moms On The Go – Jennifer Lopez, Charlize Theron and More

51733115 Celebrities arriving at the Joyful Heart Foundation's 'Joyful Revolution' Gala at Spring Studios in New York City, New York on May 6, 2015. Celebrities arriving at the Joyful Heart Foundation's 'Joyful Revolution' Gala at Spring Studios in New York City, New York on May 6, 2015. Pictured: Mariska Hargitay, Debra Messing FameFlynet, Inc - Beverly Hills, CA, USA - +1 (818) 307-4813


It was a busy week for our favorite celebrity moms.  From red carpet galas to Mother’s Day events and yoga classes, they were out and about in force – and we have the pictures of it all!

Mariska Hargitay and Debra Messing had a fun time on the red carpet together at the Joyful Heart Foundation gala.

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Opens up to Pal MARISKA HARGITAY on Love & Babies


This isn’t something you see often–celebs interviewing celebs! But we just adored reading this interview for Modern Luxury from Mariska Hargitay to Alec Baldwin‘s wife Hilaria on how she met her Prince Charming.

So, the big question: How did you meet Alec?
I know, the big question, right? [Laughs] We met at a restaurant. I’d opened two yoga studios with one of my students, a friend who’d worked on Wall Street and lost his job in the crash. I’d work seven days a week—often from 5am to 11pm—and then I’d just come home and sleep. But the night of Feb. 10, 2011, two of my girlfriends convinced me to go out for a glass of wine, and we found this place that had three tables outside. We were the first people there, then Alec—who I didn’t see—and his friend went over to the third table, which was the farthest from us. I was talking and laughing and ended up talking to the couple next to us. At one point I said to my girlfriends, ‘All right, Universe. I have an announcement to make: I’m ready to meet somebody and fall in love.’

And one of my girlfriends smacked me and said, ‘Hilaria, shut up! Alec Baldwin is looking at you!’ And I leaned over the table and there he was, staring at me. When we were leaving, I knew he was going to talk to me. I walked right past him, and he said, ‘Who are you? I must know you. I must know you.’ I think I commented what a silly line that was. But I ended up talking to him and his friend for about 10 minutes. He gave me his phone number, but I didn’t call him for a few days, until one of my girlfriends convinced me to do it. I left like the most awkward message: ‘Hey, this is Hilaria, the yoga teacher you met the other day. Call me if you want.’

And he did!

And here you are in, like, the greatest time of your life—in love, and with your angel daughter. What do you see for the future? 
One thing I’m very happy about is this DVD; I’m also hoping to come out with more because teaching is something I’ve always loved doing. I started dancing when I was 2, so fitness has always been an area where I feel I can make a difference. As for the rest? I don’t know. Be a good mom, maybe have another kid. We’ll see where everything goes.


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Celebrity Parents Turn Out For Baby Buggy’s Bash – Bridget Moynahan And More

The 2013 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash

It was a perfect day out for celebrity moms and kids yesterday as Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld hosted the 2013 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash sponsored by Johnson & Johnson at Central Park in New York City.

Turning out for the event were celebs like Bridget Moynahan and her son Jack, Mariska Hargitay and her son.  Also spotted: Garcelle Beauvais with sons Jax and Jaid, as well as Debra Messing and her son Roman.

Photos by Fameflynet

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Curvy Mama Couldn’t Be Happier

40th Annual Fifi Awards

Actress Mariska Hargitay is the busy celebrity mom of three (August, Amaya and Andrew) and celebrates everything that comes along with motherhood – including curves.

Mariska shared with the new edition of Good Housekeeping that she has learned to be proud of the curves she’s earned.   “I love my curves because they scream, “I’m a mama!” I’m the girl who started wearing maternity pants about an hour after I found out I was pregnant because I was so excited about becoming a mom. I’m just grateful that my body is healthy. I want to be on this planet for a long time, so I try to eat things that make me feel good and make me strong. But I also love food and I love life: Some days having that extra bowl of pasta and a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup means more to me than being thin.”

Mariska shared that running after three kids does help to keep her in shape when she can’t make it to the gym.  “I try to run because it keeps me sane. There are weeks I don’t do it at all. There are weeks when I do it every day. But I also live in a house with a lot of stairs and three young kids, and as clichéd as it sounds, chasing after my kids is no small feat. I don’t even need to go to a gym because all I do is go up and down stairs carrying toddlers!”

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Mariska Hargitay Opens Up About Adoption To Good Housekeeping

Actress Mariska Hargitay opens up about her family’s decision to adopt and says that while it was one of her best decisions in her life, it was also an experience that was no walk in the park.

The actress, who adopted two children, Amaya and Andrew, with her husband Peter Hermann says that the road to adoption was a “very bumpy one” but one worth taking. Here’s a snippet from the upcoming issue:

“I’m not gonna lie,” Hargitay says as she launches into the story behind her burgeoning family. “There were wrenching moments. I say to everybody, ‘Adoption is not for the faint of heart.’ “

Hargitay was on the SVU set when her cell phone rang. It was the birth mother: “Come now—it’s time!” At the hospital, Hargitay was handed her newborn, “this little angel.” Hargitay and her husband, actor Peter Hermann had two blissful days bonding with the tiny girl, naming her. And then, “the long and short of it: The birth mother changed her mind,”Hargitay says, her eyes welling up at the memory. “It was nothing short of devastating. But…this is what I’ve come to understand about life: It was probably the greatest, happiest ending. I mean, it was so painful for us, but it was deeply joyful and deeply right for her.” 

Not long after that turn of events, Hargitay and Hermann’s lawyer and social worker located another woman who was expecting a baby. When the couple met her, “the whole thing was kind of…storybook. It was almost too good to be true.” The birth mother agreed that Hargitay not only would be in the delivery room, but also would help deliver the baby.  So she did, and “I basically pulled  Amaya out,” she says. “Peter and I held her, and then the birth mother and I hugged for a long time. That was profound. That was one of the most meaningful moments I’ve ever had in my life.”

Hargitay and Hermann soon learned something else: There was another baby, a boy, two months premature and very fragile. He was being released from the neonatal intensive care unit in a hospital in another state, and he was adoptable. “I don’t really know what to say about it, other than it was a no-brainer. Peter and I both thought, Let’s do it! I’m in!” she says. “It was like…a miracle. And I don’t use that word lightly. I’ve never made a bigger decision so quickly. The whole thing happened in a total of two days.”

“Adoption was a bumpy ride—very bumpy,” she says, as a huge smile lights up her face. “But, God, was it worth the fight.”

Photos by Good Housekeeping

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