Lookalikes amongst us commoners isn't unusual, but when celebrities look similar enough to pass for twins, heads turn and news features are written. Even more surprising, though, is the whiplash-inducing number of them! Hollywood is a small enough place, and enough hookups happen, we’re guessing there might actually be a couple long-lost sibs out there
Thirty-three years after my identical twin girls were born, I hold these truths to be self-evident... No matter how hard you try to make them into individuals, the magnetic pull of twin-ism is always stronger than parent-ism. When my twin girls met each other at a spa weekend for their 25th birthday, one traveled east from NC, the other traveled west from AR and they met within only ten minutes of each other at the spa in Nashville, despite leaving at different times and encountering different traffic snags. LESSON: Don't fight the
Everyone knows of celebs like Gisele Bundchen and Scarlett Johansson, but what about their other halves? No, we don't mean their significant others, we mean their twins. Didn't know how many celebs have twins? Neither did we. So we did some digging!
Tamera Mowry-Housley's ten-month-old son Aden is such a charmer that The Real co-host/actress/reality star, 35, and Fox News correspondent hubby Adam, 42, can't wait to have another. Tamera—who shot to fame with twin Tia Mowry-Hardrict on the '90s sitcom Sister, Sister—explains, "My doula says the ten-month spot is the sweet spot, because I'm having so much fun with my son. He sleeps through the night, he's mobile but not to the point where he's breaking my back.
Tia Mowry has a lot of "firsts" to be proud of. Two months ago, she and husband Cory Hardict welcomed their first child. The happy new mom is currently writing her first book on the journeys of motherhood, and her new reality show, "Tia and Tamera" (which she produces and stars in with twin sister Tamera) debuted as the Style network's most-watched series premiere ever.
Tamera Mowry, 32, can now swap married-life stories with her twin sister Tia. The actress married Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housley, 39, in Vintage Estate in Yountville,CA in California's Napa Valley this Sunday. The two had dated for nearly six years prior.
If we would have been personally asked to cast a prediction for this study, about whether moms of twins or singleton babies live longer, we would have totally went with mothers of one. Come on. We've been hearing parents tell their clans of kiddos, "Y'all are gonna be the death of me" for ages, haven't you? Chasing after two toddlers at once (and worrying about them) must take a few years off a mom's life, right? Apparently not. New research shows moms of twins actually live longer than moms who just have one baby at a time. Women who birth two children at once are generally stronger from the start, so they tend to live longer.
Neil Patrick Harris and his partner, David Burtka shocked us all when they recently announced that they are expecting twins this fall via a surrogate. While we were still trying to come to terms with the idea of Doogie Howser having not one, but two babies, the actor goes and drops another shocker—he's thinking about leaving Hollywood to join the ranks of other famous stay-at-home dads, like Matthew Broderick. Well, according to PopEater's Rob Shuter, that is.
If someone had told me when I was 25 years old that one day my husband and I would be parents to three sets of twins, I would have laughed out loud. At the time—it was 1988—my husband Bruce and I had been married about three years. We were very much in love, building our relationship upon mutual trust, love, respect, humor and faith in God. We also had a very active, healthy and happy sex life, but we hadn't yet decided it was time to start our family.
Two police chiefs and a third man in Ohio were arrested on Wednesday night, accused of plotting to break into the home of the woman who carried the twin girls born to Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick on June 22.
Roger Federer and wife Mirka reportedly used Facebook to announce the birth of their twin girls this morning...but we thought they were expecting a boy? YourTango's Celebrity Love blog has the story.
As I watched them work, I felt a thousand miles away from my staff job, and a million miles away from business as I knew it. It wasn't just a gender thing; I was seeing physical evidence of that tectonic shift we've all been reading about for years. The corporate office as safe haven from domestic reality is finally dying. Here are my pregnant wife and her friend, a newly single mom, venturing forth together into the wide world on the deck of a new business model. No doubt about it: this is Oz territory.