From North West’s first word to incredible photos of twin girls born holding hands, it’s been a week of actress in the world of parenting. Missed out on anything? Catch up on everything here…
Baby Number Two For Simon Cowell?
He’s only been a dad for a few months, but according to his partner, Lauren Silverman, Simon already wants another child. And he’s decided what gender he would like it to be, too…
Twin Girls Born Holding Hands
A set of US twins who faced a life-threatening complication were born by C-section earlier this week – clutching each other’s hands. Read the incredible full story.
North West Says ‘Dada’
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s baby daughter North West is heard saying ‘Dada’ in a new clip posted on Kim’s Instagram page. If this is her first word, we wonder how Kim feels about that…
Call For More Use Of Midwife-Led Units
Women with low risk pregnancies should be encouraged to give birth in midwife-led birth centres, rather than on a traditional labour ward, the latest updated by the National Institute for Health And Care Excellence (NICE). Agree? Read the full story here.
John Krasinksi Shares First Photo Of Baby Daughter
The proud dad tweeted a photo of his daughter Hazel this week, with the caption, ‘Pics of kids should only come direct from parents. So I'm thrilled to introduce you guys to Hazel!!!’
Men In China Find Out What Childbirth Really Feels Like
Michelle only gave birth to her second child Aaron in February, but the former Liberty X singer has already got back her figure. And she’s hoping to help other women do the same – with a new fitness DVD set to launch this month.
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