Christie Brinkley’s Daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Cook: Don’t Tell Me I Look Like My Mom!

When you look at the cover of the Hamptons magazine’s holiday edition 2013, the similarities between Christie Brinkley and her daughter will seem striking. The same blond, free-flowing blond hair, similar facial features as well as that gorgeous smile. But don’t tell that to daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook,15, because she doesn’t believe that the similarities are that evident.

“As much as people say we’re twins, I don’t think I look like my mom that much, so I think I can make my own identity in the modeling industry.” said the teenager although she does acknowledge that her mother’s popularity helped to at least set her foot in the industry, “It got my foot in the modeling world, but otherwise it’s pretty normal.”

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Drew Barrymore: “You’re Not Supposed to Look Perfect While You’re Making Babies.”


Covering the In December issue of Women’s Health, Drew Barrymore talks about being a mom 13-month-old daughter Olive.

“Everything I’m going to do is going to have a real consciousness toward, ‘Is this a job I can do and still get home in time for dinner and have days where I get to do every diaper change?’”she tells. “Then I’m going to have to go out on certain days and work and not try to feel like the guiltiest person on the planet, which every mother understands.”

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Chris Hemsworth Talks Slowing Down To Spend More Time With His Family

Chris Hemsworth Details Magazine

Yummy daddy, Chris Hemsworth covers the November 2013 issue of DETAILS magazine’s while opening up his successful career and feeling like he needs to slow down to spend more time with his wife Elsa Pataky and their 1-year-old daughter India Rose.

“I’ve been working solidly for a couple of years now, to the point where I have to slow down and spend some time with my family. You spend so long having your hand up, saying, ‘C’mon, c’mon – pick me!’ there’s a fear of saying no to things. It’s bred into you. I get s*** sent to me and I think, ‘I should probably just take this.’ But now I try to say, ‘Hold on – do you even like it?’ I do have a little control now. That’s the transition – I’m not at the mercy of someone else so much,” he confided.

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Reese Witherspoon Credits Her Children With Making Her A Better Women

Reese Witherspoon Credits Her Children With Making Her A Better Women

Reese Witherspoon sat down for an interview with Elle Magazine, “The Women in Hollywood” issue. For the November 2013 issue Reese wore a sexy black cut-out dress.

Reese spoke to the magazine about having children and parenthood, she said, “Somebody was saying to me the other day, ‘Oh, people get less interesting when they have kids.’ I just don’t think that’s true.  I feel like I was so confused before I had kids, I almost got in my own way.”

She also talked to them about how her children make her a better women, “Having kids made me clearer about who I was as a woman. I just wanted to exhibit good qualities for my daughter. I was a little competitive before I had kids — probably really competitive, to be honest.  It really made me let go of that.”

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Christina Aguilera: Spending Time With Son Is the Most Important Thing

Christina Aguilera Cover Redbook November 2013

Showing off her slimmed down figure on the November 2013 issue of RedbookChristina Aguilera opens up about being a mom to her 5-year-old son Max and the reason she took a hiatus from judging the The Voice last year.

The Moves Like Jagger tells that being fit is important to her, but at the end of a hard day she’d rather spend the time with her son.

“If I have to choose between working out and spending time with my son after a hard day, it’s not even a question,” she insists.

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Jay-Z: Blue Ivy is My Biggest Fan!

Jay-Z Covers Vanity Fair

Covering the November issue of Vanity Fair, Jay-Z gives a revealing interview about his life and opensbeing a first-time dad to 20-month-old daughter, Blue Ivy.

The rapper admits he doesn’t play his music around the house, but  his daughter did fall in love with his twelfth studio album, Magna Carta . . . Holy Grail.

“She does like her mother’s music — she watches [Beyonce's concerts] on the computer every night. But my album came out and I don’t know if Blue ever heard any of my music prior to this album — she’s only 18 months old and I don’t play my music around the house,” Jay Z explains, adding, “But this album was new, so we played it. And she loves all the songs. She plays a song and she goes, ‘More, Daddy, more . . . Daddy song.’ She’s my biggest fan. If no one bought the Magna Carta [album], the fact that she loves it so much, it gives me the greatest joy. And that’s not like a cliche. I’m really serious. Just to see her — ‘Daddy song, more, Daddy.’ She’s genuine, she’s honest, because she doesn’t know it makes me happy. She just wants to hear it.”

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