Mark Wahlberg hit the surf with his leading ladies this week. Mark and his wife Rhea Durham were photographed on the beach in Maui with their daughters, Grace and Ella.
By now I’m sure we’ve all seen those pretty awesome pics of Mark Wahlberg showing off his gigantic guns on the set of his new film, “Pain and Gain” in Miami last month. They were pretty impressive, right? Well, it looks like we’re not the only ones who are impressed with them as Mark reveals that his kids don’t want him to lose his muscles, either.
While working out to lose weight for his role in 2 Guns, Mark’s 3½-year-old son Brendan asked, “Daddy, are you losing weight?” he recalls. “I said, ‘Yes, buddy.’ He said, ‘Don’t lose weight, don’t lose your muscles!’”
“His mother [Rhea Durham] and he had a picture of his face super-imposed on a body-builder’s body from some fitness magazine,” he says. “He’s obsessed with me carrying it in my briefcase. Whenever I open my briefcase to read my scripts, the first thing I see is that picture.”
Too cute, right?
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Talk about one big, Catholic Hollywood family! Rumor has it that actor Mark Wahlberg and his model wife Rhea Durham are expecting their fifth child!
Hollywood Life broke the news earlier this week, claiming that a source says that Rhea is about three months along right now with her due date being sometime during the winter. So far Mark and Rhea have stayed mum on the rumors but if they are indeed expecting, that’s great news. The new baby will join siblings Ella, Michael, Brendon and Grace, who range in age from eight to two.
We’ll keep you updated if and when the couple release an official statement.
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Wahlberg is currently in the process of getting his “six or seven” tattoos removed from his body and he’s including his kids, Ella Rae, 8, and Michael, 5, in the process.
“[All the tattoos] have meaning to me, but it’s both personal and professional,” Mark tells Today.
“I don’t want my kids getting tattoos,” he adds. “And I wanted them to be [removed] by the time I did The Fighter because putting make-up on and covering them up has always been a pain in the butt.”
“I’ve taken my two older kids to the procedure so they see how painful it is and what I have to go through,” he reveals.
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