Matthew Broderick will be staying home with newborn twins Marion and Tabitha when his wife, Sarah Jessica Parker, goes back to work shooting the sequel to 2008's Sex and the City: The Movie.
Even though Star Magazine reported earlier this week that Neil Patrick Harris and his longtime partner David Burtka were using a surrogate to have a child together, the reports are not true. Neil released a statement that said they are currently not expecting a baby but went on to say that maybe someday they will!
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."
Hubby Josh Duhamel, on the other hand, doesn't feel as strongly about having his black eyed peas implanted in another woman's uterus. Josh would rather Fergie have the baby herself, a natural request to make of one's newly wedded spouse. "Josh has told Fergie that if she can take time off to have their baby, he's more than willing to play Mr. Mom after the child is born."
Just a few weeks ago, the online world was aflutter with the imminent divorce of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. And today we're learning that the stars are expecting twins via surrogacy. This probably puts the divorce talk on the back burner for now.
We have a Hollywood baby roundup. It looks like Ricky Martin's a papa (of 2 children). Matt Damon and wife Luciana have added a little girl to their household. And Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner confirmed that they have a second lil girl on the way.