These couples went South of the Border to tie the knot.
To celebrate Cinco de Mayo this weekend, we're taking a look at the celebrity couples who enjoy our southern neighbor's warm weather, rich culture, and cool drinks so much that they held their nuptials there.
The 90s heartthrobs are expanding their happy family.
Sarah Michelle Gellar—who became a household name playing Buffy on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and now stars in The Ringer—has just revealed to Us Weekly that she and her hubby, Freddie Prinze Jr., are expecting baby number two!
The actress is glad she and Freddie Prinze waited to have their first kid.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. have been together for ten years but only had a baby this year. Evidently, it was by design. Per an interview with People the former Buffy The Vampire Slayer star couldn't be happier with the way things have panned out as they gave birth to a Charlotte Grace Prinze in September of this year. She did not care for the family pressure she was getting to have kids and really likes the way things worked out.
Star says that someone overheard Sarah Michelle Gellar talking about her baby's possible gender.
No, they haven't actually made an official announcement about their baby-to-be's gender. And yes, we are still four months away from said baby's delivery date. But if Star Magazine and their "exclusive" story are to be believed, Sarah Michelle Gellar and her husband of seven years, Freddie Prinze, Jr., are expecting a girl.
Adorable indie couple will welcome their second child.
Former Saturday Night Live star Maya Rudolph and her partner, There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson, are expecting their second child, Rudolph announced Tuesday on The View. "Somebody spilled the beans, but I'd rather break it here," Maya told Barbara Walters. "I'm having another one. I've got another bun in the oven. No. 2. I'm so excited."
Back in the day, things were simple. Boy met girl, they fell in love, and got married. Girl changed her last name to the boy's last name. Their children had that name. Now, things are a bit more complex. Women are keeping their name and using hyphens. Men are changing their surnames. And couples are inventing new last names to suit both their needs.