Eddie Murphy must have one the biggest families in Hollywood. Murphy already has nine children, but it appears that his family will be getting a little bigger. He is expecting his tenth child at the age 57, which means that the legendary comedian and actor will have to expand the Thanksgiving table a bit by next year. The baby will be Murphy’s second child with girlfriend Paige Butcher. Butcher is a 39-year-old Australian model and actress who shares two-year-old daughter Izzy with Murphy.
Butcher took to the streets Los Angeles wearing a form fitting pink dress with a jean jacket, and her baby bump was on full display. It does not appear that she is trying to hide the pregnancy in any way. Paparazzi snapped a few pics the glowing mother-to-be while she was on her midday stroll.
Murphy’s other children are scattered around different relationships. He had 29-year-old Eric with Paulette McNeely. Then, Murphy fathered 28-year-old Bria, 25-year-old Miles Mitchell, 23-year-old Shayne Audra, 18-year-old Zola Ivy, and 16-year-old Bella Zahra with ex-wife Nicole Mitchell Murphy. He also had 27-year-old Christian with Tamara Hood and 11-year-old Angel Iris with Mel B. That’s one big family.
Jenna Jameson helped put a lot boys through puberty. The adult film star is known for many things, including her bodacious body. Jameson gave birth to her baby daughter last year, and had retained most the baby weight after the process. She may have even put on some extra pounds in the months after she gave birth. Although there’s nothing wrong with a new mother dealing with baby fat, society has us thinking that women must hop in the gym as soon as they pop their child out. Jameson took to Instagram to reveal that she was struggling with weight insecurities, and that she was worried about losing the weight now that she’s sober.
“Let’s talk about the mental aspect losing weight and getting healthy. I’m going to be honest with you, when I was heavy I hated leaving the house,” she wrote in a post that shows a dramatic weight loss before and after comparison. “I felt judged. I felt eyes on me everywhere. I could hear others internal monologue saying ‘damn, Jenna Jameson let herself go.'”
“I was disappointed in myself. I was worried I couldn’t lose the weight Sober,” she continued. “I’m being real with you. When I was in my addiction it was easy to stay thin. Sobriety and being overweight was new to me. I kept telling myself if I could beat addiction and stay sober, I can easily lose the weight… and I did.”