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Hollywood Baby Roundup: December 21, 2008

Naomi Watts

Angie Harmon: The former Women’s Murder Club star and her husband added another little lady to their household. Emery Hope, born last Thursday, is the third daughter for Harmon and Jason Sehorn, a former football player. Emery’s older sisters are three-year-old Finley Faith and three-year-old Avery Grace.

The Duggars: It’s now time to retitle their show. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar - the subjects of TLC’s 17 Kids & Counting - just welcomed #18 this week. Jordyn-Grace, the latest child to be given a “J” name, is the couple’s eighth daughter. (That means they also have ten sons.) The latest Duggar birth will be the focus of a Dec. 22 special.

Julianne Nicholson: The Law & Order actress has just been given one more pressing case to deal with. Nicholson and her husband, actor Jonathan Cake (Julianne’s television fiance), are currently expecting their second child. Their son, Ignatius, was born last year. EW says the lawyer’s pregnancy may be written into the show.

Naomi Watts: The 40-year-old actress and her Painted Veil co-star, Liev Schreiber, have just welcomed another child together. Samuel Kai Schreiber, born last Saturday, is the couple’s second son. Alexander Pete Schreiber was born July 2007.

Usher: The 30-year-old singer recently became a father for the second time. His wife, Tameka, gave birth to a son back on December 10th. Since they already welcomed Usher Raymond V last year, the younger boy was named Naveid Ely Raymond. Naveid weighed in at 5 pounds, 13 ounces.

Taylor Hanson: Although he’s only 25 years old, Taylor’s lead a busy life. In addition to being the middle brother of the group, Hanson, he’s now a father of four. Taylor and his wife, Natalie, added a third son to the growing brood on December 9. Son Viggo Moriah joins brothers Ezra, 6, and River, 2, and sister Penelope, 3.



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