Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo and husband Chris Ivery expecting first child.
Here's a bit of cheer for baby bump watchers. People magazine has confirmed that Grey's Anatomy star, Ellen Pompeo and her music producer husband Chris Ivery are pregnant with their first child. People quotes Pompeo's rep, Jennifer Allen as saying, "It's great news," and that "they're ecstatic."
Everyone differs in how they want their name to appear on an envelope or invitation.
A couple weeks ago I addressed the issue of a woman changing her name when she marries. I expressed that although I don't plan to change my name when I get hitched this summer, I respect and appreciate every woman's right to choose what's best for her. I reject the notion some have expressed that when a woman takes her husband's last name she's giving up her identity.
Her vow of silence when it comes to you and her son.
Mama's boy or not, your husband's mother had first dibs on your guy even before you were old enough to walk, let alone say "I do." Now that you're married, there are a few things she'd like you to know about the man you now call your own.
To wed or not to wed, it seems we don't even know if Barbara Bush has been asked the question. Despite rumblings earlier in the week that the daughter of former President George W. Bush was engaged to boyfriend Jay Blount, it seems that the supposed summer wedding is not taking place. As of now.
The score is love for Roddick and girlfriend Brooklyn Decker.
Tennis ace Andy Roddick is following his ex-flame Mandy Moore into matrimonial bliss, according to People magazine. The celebration of his marriage to his girlfriend of two years, model Brooklyn Decker, is scheduled to last two days near his home in Austin, Texas, this weekend.
"We feel lucky to have found one another," Roddick told People when the couple got engaged last year. Roddick and Decker met when he saw her picture in a magazine and asked his agent to introduce them, which we hear is also how Antony and Cleopatra first made the magic happen.
The Hills’ Gruesome Twosome Say This Wedding Is For Realsies.
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt will enter into holy matrimony—again—in two weeks, E! Online is reporting. Although the matching bleached villains of The Hills "eloped to Mexico" for an Us Weekly cover story in November, they say "This will be the real wedding," according to E!'s source. "It's being filmed as the season finale for The Hills."
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's second wedding turns into a different kind of photo shoot.
Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady's second wedding occurred this past weekend on the bride's home field, near her oceanfront house in Costa Rica. While the first meeting (wedding) between the bride and groom was not necessarily a defensive struggle, the second matchup (the couple's second wedding ceremony) definitely turned into a shootout. The bodyguards and security that were hired to keep the paparazzi off the property at first chased two trespassers away before turning to the always reliable alternative of shooting at them.
Man loses engagement ring at Brooklyn Bridge. Already, a story for the grandkids!
Attention Men: Make sure you get those rings insured! Props to this romance-inspired guy for pulling out all the stops on his wedding proposal. After celebrating his 29th birthday at a dinner with family and friends, Don invited his girlfriend on a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, reports NBC's Today Show, only to have the ring slip beneath cracks in the bridge.
Move over Bridezillas, there's a new crazy wedding monster in town: your fiancé.
Does your groom have delusions of grandeur when he talks about the size of his... reception hall? Then he might be a Groomzilla!Newly engaged or weeks away from your wedding, the symptoms of a Groomzilla can strike your fiancé at any time. Craig Bridger, author of Surviving Groomzilla: A Bride's Guide offers warning signs and tips on how to tame the beast that has taken over the wedding planning.
Watch out ladies, Groomzilla is on the rise. A survivor tells his side of wedding-planning insanity.
Groomzilla doesn't get the same press as his twin sister, Bridezilla. In fact, some people still don't know he exists. But believe me, he's out there. According to Bridal Guide magazine, an astounding 80 percent of grooms are now full planning partners in their weddings. And the results are unsettling. An excerpt from Surviving Groomzilla: A Bride's Guide, by Craig Bridger.