Liz Hurley – who already has a four-year-old son Damian from her relationship with movie producer Steve Bing – is desperate to extend her family after she marries her Indian fiancé Arun Nayar in March next year.
Hurley, 41, is the desperate that she has already chosen the names of her next two siblings – Fred and Daphne – after Damian insisted they be named after his favourite characters from the cartoon ‘Scooby Doo’.
She told Marie Claire magazine: “Damian is obsessed with me having another child. He wants a girl named Daphne and a boy called Fred. He talks about it every day, saying, ‘Mummy, when are you putting Daphne in the school next door to mine, will Fred grow into my clothes?”
She added: “We’ll make an effort after the wedding. Not before, I’m too vain.”
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Actor Eddie Murphy has dumped six-months-pregnant former Spice Girl Mel B for another woman and has cast doubt on whether she is pregnant with his child.
The Hollywood star, who is said to have started dating the Leeds-born singer earlier this year, dropped the bombshell during an interview for Dutch magazine programme RTL Boulevard to promote his new film, Dreamgirls.
Murphy, 45, was asked by an interviewer on the show: “So are you happy with her? Because she is pregnant from your child.”
He replied: “You’re being presumptuous, because we’re not together any more and I don’t know whose child that is until it comes out and has a blood test.
“You shouldn’t jump to conclusions, sir.”
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Actor George Clooney’s beloved potbelly pig Max has died. He was 19.
Max, who lived at Clooney’s Hollywood Hills home, died “peacefully” of natural causes on Friday, Clooney’s publicist, Stan Rosenfield, said by phone Monday.
“Max, like any pet, became a member of the family,” Rosenfield said. “He was a big pig, as pigs go. I can’t tell you how much he weighed.”
The Oscar-winning actor, 45, who owned the pig for 18 years and reportedly once said the porker was his longest relationship, told USA Today, “I was really surprised, because he’s been a big part of my life.”
Another Clooney pet – his bulldog Bud – died earlier this year, Rosenfield said.
Clooney was out of town promoting his upcoming film “The Good German” when Max died, according to USA Today.
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Former topless model Jordan mixed with members of the Royal family as she and husband singer Peter Andre performed for the Royals in the ever popular Royal Variety Show.
Although Charles seemed momentarily stunned on being greeted by Jordan’s ample bosom, she herself turned in her usual confident appearance.
Noting the Duchess’s Robinson Valentine evening gown, she said to Camilla: “Hello, nice to meet you, lovely frock you’ve got there,” before adding: “We’ll be singing for you later.”
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Jessica Simpson attended the Kennedy Center Honors on Sunday. During a tribute to Dolly Parton she fumbled her lines,while singing 9 to 5, saying she was “so nervous”. She ran off stage and when she reappeared onstage she was noticeably upset and crying. No word on if her part will be cut out of the television airing or not.
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