Nicole Richie has given birth to her second child - and the reality TV star has chosen a suitably daft name.
The baby boy has been named Sparrow James Winter Madden. Oh dear.
That's to go along with their daughter Harlow. It could have been worse I suppose. They could have called him Basildon.
Sparrow, weighing 7lbs 14oz, is a second grandchild for Nicole's singer father Lionel Richie.
Nicole and her partner Joel Madden released a statement saying: "In the middle of night, the very early hours of September 9, 2009, Sparrow James Midnight Madden was born to Nicole Richie and Joel Madden.
"Nicole, Joel, Harlow and Sparrow are all doing well. Thank you for all of your good wishes."
Meanwhile Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl is reported to be expecting a baby - but this one's about 10 months old.
Heigl is adopting a baby girl from Korea called Nayleigh, according to RadarOnline.com.
Apparently the idea of having her own just didn't appeal. She told USA Today: "I'm done with the whole idea of having my own children.
"[It] doesn't seem like any fun. I don't think it's necessary to go through all of that."
Fair point. Just ask Heidi Klum about the trials and tribulations of pregnancy. She's reportedly concerned about how rapidly she's expanding and is worried her butt will "explode".
She said: ""The last month is unbelievable, how rapidly your stomach goes. It's huge! The thighs, the butt - everything explodes in the end.
"It's bizarre. Just as it's a miracle that you can grow a human being in your belly, it's a miracle that your body goes back to normal again.
"I don't think you ever get back to exactly the way you were, but you do get close. And I'm happy with that - especially when you see your kid for the first time."
But it's hard to have too much sympathy for Klum when you remember that she modelled a bikini just two months after giving birth to her son Henry.
Some get back into shape easier than others...
Source: Daily Mail
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