He donated virtually all the money in his bank account to Oxfam, a charity dedicated to fighting poverty, then drove west before abandoning his car and burning the cash he had left. He deserted his family and a privileged life without looking back. McCandless canoed into Mexico, hitchhiked north and worked odd jobs along the way. He often roamed alone, but left an impression on many of the friends he made along the way. An older man named Ron Franz even offered to adopt him; Mr. McCandless gently turned him down. His parents were worried, but knew that long, improvised jaunts were nothing new for their son.
Some readers see Mr. Many others, especially native Alaskans, have argued that he must have been mentally ill, suicidal or hubristic, and that it was irresponsible for Mr. Krakauer to glorify his story. Walt McCandless and Mr. Krakauer both disagreed with that assessment. In Mr. McCandless said in an interview. But she said she does feel her parents should accept some blame. Walt and Billie McCandless said they did not want to comment on the memoir. By the time Mr. It said:. An earlier version of this article, using information from Mr.
By the time he was 10, he and his brothers were pop sensations performing as the Jackson 5. The group had four No. By 20, Jackson wanted to break away from his overbearing father, his demanding siblings and the Jackson 5 sound. It won eight Grammy Awards, spent two years on the Billboard album chart and sold more than million copies around the world. It was also hugely successful, with five No. Jackson died on June 25, , from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol.
There was a worldwide outpouring of grief. Radio stations played marathons of his music. And fans were left to decide which Jackson they would remember, as the pop music critic Jon Pareles wrote in an appraisal in The New York Times :. On Aug. Bryant was working alone in the store when Till went in to buy bubblegum. It is not clear what happened inside, but soon afterward Ms. Bryant stormed out, presumably to get a pistol from her car parked outside.
Till, unaware of the danger, whistled, and his cousins, now panicked, quickly drove him away. Bryant later claimed that Till had flirted with her on a dare. The details would later change depending on when she told the story. Four days later, around a. Milam pounded on the door of the Wright family home where Till was staying with a pistol.
His body was so mutilated that it could be identified only by the silver signet ring, still on his finger. People left in tears. Some fainted. The murder became a rallying point for the nascent civil rights movement. The Rev. The Bryant brothers were found not guilty.
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After the acquittal, they kissed their wives, lit cigars and posed for pictures. And later, protected from double jeopardy, they boasted about how they had murdered Till. She tried to meet with President Dwight D. Eisenhower, but he refused. Edgar Hoover, the director of the F.
It provoked international outrage and pressure on political leaders in the United States. Young black Americans grasped the precariousness of their own lives, and figures like the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Till Mobley became a teacher and civil rights activist herself, as did many whites. As Mr. Friedrich Nietzsche, the rebel of 19th-century philosophy who died years ago on Aug. Nietzsche wrote with the confidence and vehemence of any pundit. He posited extreme precursors to moral relativism and self-actualization, two ideas that have become prevalent during the last few decades.
His often-aphoristic writing style would be perfect for Twitter, where there are many accounts in his name. Whether he would be pleased about how his ideas have influenced our culture is another matter, but it would be very difficult to argue that they have not.
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Perhaps the most well-known example is the frequently made accusation that his writings fostered a sense of Teutonic racial superiority that Germany and then Hitler would use to justify embarking on two world wars, even though Nietzsche himself had repudiated his nationality and claimed to be descended from Polish nobles. His ideas might seem more familiar to us now, but at his death they were controversial, even shocking.
Those enemies included organized religion, especially Christianity, democracy, mediocrity, nationalism and women. Nietzsche railed against these and other adversaries on pages often densely packed with allusions, symbolism and language closer to romantic poetry than fusty metaphysics. Here is a sampling of his best-known writings:. Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster.
And when you look long into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you. God is dead! God remains dead! And we have killed him! How shall we console our selves, the most murderous of all murderers? Unlike many of his philosophical predecessors, Nietzsche did not argue for a specific weltanschauung, or worldview, even though his writings may suggest one. He distrusted any thinker who proposed a comprehensive system for interpreting the world, and he often wrote in a manner that allowed for multiple interpretations.
A critical examination of his work in The New York Times in explained his approach:. Nietzsche is not a philosopher in the strict and technical sense of the word. He has no system or consistent body of thought professing to explain all aspects of the universe. He does not expressly deal with epistemology, ontology or, indeed, with metaphysics in general. He was born on Oct. His father died when he was young, and his mother hoped he would join the church, but by the time he went to the University of Bonn he later moved to the University of Leipzig he had decided to study the classics and pursue a career in philology.
He earned a professorship in Greek at the University of Basel in Switzerland when he was just 24 and became inspired by Richard Wagner and Arthur Schopenhauer. But his ideas endured, and have since intrigued innumerable thinkers. But she was also a girl next door, a teenager with her own street style who rose above the vulgarity of other stars. Aaliyah Dana Haughton died 15 years ago along with eight other passengers of a small airplane that crashed in the Bahamas.
She was 22, but she had already reached a level of fame few could achieve in a lifetime. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Detroit, Aaliyah was raised for stardom. At 11, she sang on stage with Gladys Knight. In one of her more gossip-provoking moments, it was widely reported that she had secretly married R. Kelly, who was in his late 20s.
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Their marriage was annulled. That album sold two million copies. He soon realized that it was the story he had been waiting to write for 20 years. Crime, he decided, could be the perfect vehicle. Capote disagreed. The killers, Perry Smith and Dick Hickock, both of them ex-convicts, had intended to rob the family, which they knew to be well-off. But they were surprised to find almost no money in the house; everyone but the robbers, it seemed, knew that the farm owner, Herbert Clutter, paid only with checks. Before arriving at the farm, Smith and Hickock had agreed that no witnesses could be left behind, whether or not the robbery was successful.
The Clutters were tied up in separate rooms and killed at close range by shotgun blasts. Made into a book, it became a national best seller, despite assertions that it is not entirely factual. And it brought Capote even more financial and social success. The book, disturbing and gory, took its toll on him, though. Like a bat out of hell.
Capote formed a bond with Perry Smith; though strikingly different, they both had endured turbulent childhoods. Capote knew that before he could finish his book, the ending — the executions of the two convicted murderers — had to happen. Clarke said in an email. Siegel, who died last January , asked the obviously inebriated Capote what would happen to him if he did not give up alcohol and drugs. He was not able to kick his destructive habits. Six years later, a coroner attributed his death , at 59, to liver failure. At a memorial service , Robert L. Newton Gun Club carried their rifles on a march in Dallas.
And last month, in response to more police shootings, they took them to another rally in Dallas in which five officers were fatally shot by a veteran of the Army Reserve, not a club member. The Dallas club began in after an officer there killed an unarmed black man and wounded a child with a stray bullet but was not disciplined. The name Huey P. Newton advocated armed self-defense in black communities, where the organization also provided social services. They would patrol the streets, guns drawn, turning them on drug dealers and police officers alike.
Expressing a willingness to defend oneself with weapons was hardly revolutionary. The Black Panthers, which never grew beyond a few thousand members, tried to combine socialism and black nationalism. Its charter called for full employment, decent housing, and the end of police brutality. Unlike black separatists, the Panthers welcomed all races and found wealthy liberals willing to give them money. Historians have detailed its mistreatment of female members, extortion, drug dealing, embezzlement and murder.
At least 19 Panthers were killed in shootouts with one another, the authorities or other black revolutionaries. As many members went off to prison and the group dwindled, Newton became a despotic and paranoid drug addict, wielding dictatorial powers with a small coterie, and knocking off anyone in his way. In , he earned a Ph. But he was shot to death on Aug. He was 47, a victim of the same streets he had once tried to make safe.
During the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Not Forgotten is resurfacing obituaries about some of the greatest Olympic athletes of all time. Coachman was in a position to know. That set an Olympic record and — because Coachman had achieved it on the first try — earned her the gold medal. When Coachman died in , at 90, the fact that she was the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal was the salient point of her obituary in The New York Times. Sixty-six years earlier, however, The Times had not even mentioned the fact in its dispatch from London.
The correspondent, Allison Danzig , barely noted that Coachman had set a record. Viewers could see with their own eyes what newspaper reporters and radio commentators of earlier eras did not necessarily emphasize. Coachman was treated almost as a nonperson on her homecoming to Albany, Ga. The mayor refused to shake her hand. Some of it had to do with one of her gifts. Rhoden of The Times in That was the climax. I won the gold medal. I proved to my mother, my father, my coach and everybody else that I had gone to the end of my rope. At the Olympics, maybe.
The truth is that her career as an exemplar was just beginning. If you could have dinner with one person who is no longer with us, and whose obituary was published in The New York Times, who would it be, and why that person? Not Forgotten is asking that question of a variety of influential people this summer in a series of posts called Breaking Bread. Today we have Dominique Dawes , the first African-American female gymnast to win an individual medal. If I could choose to have dinner with somebody who has passed away, I would choose to dine with Mother Angelica.
She is the only woman to have founded and led a cable network for over 20 years. Mother Angelica would understand this meal: She was raised around blacks and poor Italians in a tough Canton, Ohio, neighborhood. She knew people, she understood their plights, she was one of them! And she knew resilience most of all, raised by a single mother from an early age after her father had abandoned them. I often wondered how she overcame this abandonment, learned to forgive her father and ultimately trust in God? She was a cloistered nun, in a convent, yet she was seen by hundreds of millions of people worldwide as the host of a series on EWTN.
How was she able to embrace both of these so very opposite vocations? I am an introvert by nature, and performing in front of millions during the Olympic Games gave me anxiety, as does speaking at events in front of thousands now. And I would ask her how I might help others, whether they suffer from anxiety, depression, addiction, physical ailments or the pain of abandonment or divorce. Her whole life, after all, was dedicated to helping others, especially the disenfranchised. Mother Angelica, I would ask, how can we here on earth emulate what you did, even in a smaller way, offering help to others in a world that so desperately needs it?
The Sultan of Swat. The Caliph of Clout. The Great Bambino. When baseball fans hear these monikers, nearly 70 years after Babe Ruth died on Aug. But before Ruth tantalized fans with his prodigious power, he was practically helpless. From the time he was 7 years old, Ruth grew up in St. He might have amounted to nothing without the help of one dedicated mentor.
George Herman Ruth Jr. His mother was the former Katherine Schamberger. He was a rambunctious child who routinely skipped school, drank and taunted local police officers around his home. He became so unruly that his parents sent him to St. At St. His parents had signed over custodial rights to the school and essentially washed their hands of him, leaving Ruth alone and desperately in need of a father figure. Then he met Brother Matthias, a brawny, 6-foot-6 disciplinarian and assistant athletic director at St.
Matthias was widely credited with introducing Ruth to baseball. Ruth learned to play during the dead-ball era of the early 20th century, when hitters swung down on the ball, kept it inside the park and relied on speed as their greatest asset. Baseball was strategic, built on grounders, bunts and stolen bases instead of power. Matthias had a different approach. He belted majestic fly balls deep into the St. That summer he was acquired by the Boston Red Sox, for whom he would win his first three championships as a pitcher and an outfielder.
Ruth played 15 seasons with the Bombers, amassing four more championships. His records include a. An inveterate cigar smoker, he learned he had throat cancer a decade later and died from the disease on this day in Most boxers battle for the title, money and acclaim. Stevenson, who stood 6 feet 5 inches, weighed pounds and battered opponents with a deft left jab and a sledgehammer straight right, won three consecutive Olympic heavyweight gold medals for Cuba, in in Munich, in Montreal and in Moscow.
His victory made him the first Olympic boxer to earn three consecutive gold medals in the same division. But he might have had a chance for another: Stevenson was still a tremendous fighter when Cuba boycotted the Olympics in Los Angeles. He won the last of his three amateur boxing world titles two years later at the age of After his first two medals, boxing promoters were practically slavering at the potential ticket sales of a Cold War-era match between Stevenson, a product of Communist Cuba, and Muhammad Ali , who died in June at Ali told The New York Times in that he thought Stevenson was a promising amateur fighter but that he was probably not ready for the pros.
Stevenson never took the bait. He had remained a promising amateur at his death, in Havana on June 11, You make a lot of money, but how many boxers in history do we know that died poor? While the world was consumed with war in the first half of the s, three men were subsumed with growing unrest across India, with the fates of tens of millions of their compatriots in their hands.
At the stroke of midnight on Aug. But there was a fatal flaw: There were no borders. Indians had struggled for decades to rid themselves of British rule, galvanized by the nonviolent movement led by Gandhi. Their efforts were kept in check by ruthless military force, but by the end of World War II, Britain lacked the will and the means to defeat the campaign.
They reluctantly relinquished India after years, leaving the country at the brink of implosion. Gandhi, Nehru and Jinnah were divided on what should happen once the British left. Gandhi, more an idealist than a realist, wanted an undivided nation; he chose to remain out of government. The British negotiated with the Muslim League, led by Jinnah, who believed that a separate state was the only way to protect the rights of Muslims, who were a minority; and the mostly Hindu Indian National Congress, led by Nehru, who grudgingly went along with the British decision to divide India on the basis of religion.
But it prolonged the uncertainty for millions and very likely increased the loss of life to come. Shortly before the clock struck midnight on Aug. Those stirring words met the occasion, but had no effect on the swirling chaos on the ground as mobs sought on their own to determine the religious makeup of towns and villages. Communities that had lived together for centuries viciously turned on each other. The borders were announced two days after independence: Hindu-majority India flanked by Muslim-majority West Pakistan and East Pakistan. Up to 15 million people moved across the two borders in less than a year, one of the fastest mass migrations in history.
Millions of Muslims fled India, most heading west. About the same number of Hindus and Sikhs went mostly east into the new India. About one million people were killed. On Jan. Nehru ruled for 17 years and died on May 27, Those hastily drawn borders by the British became the focus of four wars and seven decades of animosity between India and Pakistan. For many millions on the subcontinent today, all the promise that came with independence remains unfulfilled.
Were you, a family member or your community personally affected by the partition of India? First and last preferred, please. You are agreeing that we can use your submission in all manner and media of The New York Times and that we shall have the right to authorize third parties to do so. And you agree to our Terms of Service. Robin Williams, an indefatigable, improvisational genius, arrived on screens as an alien and left as an Academy Award-winning actor.
After his death , two years ago today, The New York Times described him like this:. Onstage he was known for ricochet riffs on politics, social issues and cultural matters both high and low; tales of drug and alcohol abuse; lewd commentaries on relations between the sexes; and lightning-like improvisations on anything an audience member might toss at him.
His gigs were always rife with frenetic, spot-on impersonations that included Hollywood stars, presidents, princes, prime ministers, popes and anonymous citizens of the world. His irreverence was legendary and uncurtailable. We remember Williams with some of our favorite scenes and lines some of which contain strong language , and encourage readers to do the same on Twitter using tellnyt.
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Williams broke through to mainstream audiences on this quirky sitcom, in which he played Mork from Ork, a sweet, goofy alien who befriends a young Colorado woman. Stick that sword into that snake! He voiced an unforgettably zany blue genie in the Walt Disney feature. Oh, dear. Well, they say a man who has to buy a big car like that is trying to compensate for smaller genitals.
Williams played an actor who cross-dressed as a British housekeeper to spend more time with his children in this family comedy. Babe Didrikson preferred victory to humility. Didrikson backed up her swagger; There was seemingly no sport she could not master. Some teams had as many as 22 athletes, but Didrikson performed solo in all of the events as a publicity stunt for her sponsor. She won five individual events, tied in a sixth and won the championships single-handed.
At the Games, Didrikson won gold medals in both the javelin throw and the high hurdles.
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In the high jump, she cleared 5 feet 5 inches, the same as gold medalist Jean Shiley. But she was disqualified on her final jump and awarded the silver medal after a judge ruled her technique had violated Olympic rules, even though the issue had not been raised in earlier rounds. The fact that Didrikson won only three medals also deserves an asterisk. Women were limited to three Olympic track and field events in , so Didrikson could possibly have won more had she been allowed to compete. She had only taken up the sport in , but had tackled it with the same drive she brought to all of her athletic endeavors.
She met her future husband, the professional wrestler George Zaharias, when they were paired to play golf together at a tournament. She took his surname when they married in She developed an aggressive, dramatic style, hitting down sharply and crisply on her iron shots like a man and averaging yards off the tee with her woods. As an amateur golfer, Zaharias once won 14 tournaments in a row. Zaharias beat Betty Hicks by 12 strokes in the United States Open, an astonishing margin considering that Zaharias had been treated for colon cancer in and had undergone a colostomy.
Zaharias became a spokeswoman for cancer awareness and toured for as long as she could, but the disease returned. She died from it in September Eisenhower said at the time. Sports Illustrated lauded her as the woman Athlete of the 20th Century in individual sports. A few seconds, perhaps a fraction of a second, can mean the difference between victory and defeat, between becoming a legend or leaving as a footnote. Yet that lifetime of training, which propelled Owens into the history books with his performance in the Games in Berlin, seemed for a time as if it might be of little use.
With the rise of Nazi Germany roiling Europe, the Amateur Athletic Union remained divided in over whether to allow American athletes to compete in Berlin; it ultimately approved their participation, but only by a narrow vote. The purpose of the Olympics, anyway, was to do your best. The A. Owens, who was black, was encouraged by some civil rights groups to boycott the games. After deciding to go, he found a chilly reception in Germany, where claims of Aryan supremacy were central to Nazi ideology. He was called racial epithets and subjected to other mistreatment.
To the dismay of Hitler and the Nazis, Owens went on to win four gold medals — in the long jump, meter dash, the meter dash and the 4x meter relay — more than any other American track and field athlete in a single Olympic Games. His long jump record, of 8. The son of a sharecropper and grandson of a slave, James Cleveland Owens was born on Sept. Sickly in his youth, he went by the nickname J. But it was his time at Ohio State University that proved crucial in his development.
For all his record-breaking Olympic success overseas, his return home was sobering. President Franklin D. Unlike modern-day athletes who can be paid handsomely through endorsements and other commercial deals, Owens had to take myriad jobs to support his family. He later became a motivational speaker and public relations representative. In , President Gerald R. Ford awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest honor given to civilians in the United States. Owens died from complications related to lung cancer on March 31, In Rio, the heirs of Owens, like Usain Bolt of Jamaica and Allyson Felix of the United States, are looking to carve their own names in Olympic history, propelled by the chance for glory, pride for country and perhaps, as Owens had expressed, a simple love for the sport.
Yauch, known as MCA, was born 52 years ago on this day in Brooklyn. He attended Edward R. It became the first hip-hop album to reach No. Born and bred in Brooklyn the U. Yauch became a supporter of feminism and a practicing Buddhist, creating the Milarepa Fund to support Tibetan independence from China. A series of Tibetan Freedom Concerts raised awareness for his cause.
In , the Beastie Boys offered a post-Sept. Offstage, Yauch, Horovitz and Diamond were businessmen, too. In , they started Grand Royal, their label and magazine. Hans Christian Andersen , whose fairy tales endure more than a century after his death on this day in , had a childhood as difficult as those of his plucky protagonists. Born on April 2, , in Odense, Denmark, Andersen grew up in stark poverty, but his father, a shoemaker, cultivated his imagination. Andersen was a solitary child who spent most of his time making costumes for puppets and enacting plays on a model stage his father had built for him.
He headed for Copenhagen when he was just a teenager. Many of his stories featured children who persevered in the face of ridicule, ignorance and evil. In time, Andersen became famous and traveled around Europe, meeting celebrities like Charles Dickens. So the opening line of his autobiography is hardly hyperbolic. When Henri Cartier-Bresson first picked up a tiny Leica 35mm film camera in , he began a visual journey that would revolutionize 20th-century photography. His camera could be wielded so discreetly that it enabled him to photograph while being virtually unseen by others — a near invisibility that turned photojournalism into a primary source of information and photography into a recognized art form.
In , he and Robert Capa helped create the photographer-owned cooperative photo agency Magnum. Though he often focused on the human condition in his photographs, Cartier-Besson would often look at his contact sheets or prints upside down to judge the images separate from any social content. They stood as rigorous compositions on their own. His signature shooting technique was to find a visually arresting setting for a photograph and then patiently wait for that decisive moment to unfurl.
They also admired his coolness under pressure. The director Louis Malle remembered that, despite all the turmoil at the peak of the student protests in Paris in May , Mr. Cartier-Bresson took photographs at the rate of only about four an hour. With the primacy of digital photography and social media in the 21st century, slow, painstaking image-making is becoming a relic. Photographers and their images now move at a pace as fast as the events swirling around them.
Photographs are no longer rare artifacts, nor primarily a means of learning about the exotic or unknown. They arrive instantaneously on our phones every day from every corner of the world and from all kinds of people. With a smart phone, everyone is a photographer, and images compete for crowd approval on social media channels like Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook. Or are they even more instructive today? Respond on Twitter using the hashtag tellnyt.
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James Baldwin, whose cutting, unequivocal writing about race relations helped make America more equal than it was before, was born on this day in , according to many accounts. The Times wrote in his obituary on Dec. I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain. What is ghastly and really almost hopeless in our racial situation now is that the crimes we have committed are so great and so unspeakable that the acceptance of this knowledge would lead, literally, to madness.
The human being, then, in order to protect himself, closes his eyes, compulsively repeats his crimes, and enters a spiritual darkness which no one can describe. Only white Americans can consider themselves to be expatriates. Once I found myself on the other side of the ocean, I could see where I came from very clearly, and I could see that I carried myself, which is my home, with me.
You can never escape that. FS Prime. The Lakers host the Minnesota Timberwolves, p. Customized TV listings are available here: www. Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. This week's TV Movies. Skip to content. The View N 10 a. Amanpour and Company N 10 p. KVCR; 11 p. Nightline N a. For more sports on TV, see the Sports section. Most Read. Now 7. And it might have worsened quake strain. She's probably one of the most stylish women in the world but human rights lawyer Amal managed to look effortlessly chic as she carried the twins dressed in jeans and adorable little sneakers.
Style editor Edward Barsamian tweeted, "goals. Despite being busy professionals, both Amal and George have taken to parenthood like ducks to water. Download the Microsoft News app for your Android or iPhone device and stay up-to date on the news you care about most. Following the birth of the twins, Amal's mother Baria Alamuddin said, "Oh my God, they were so beautiful, so happy, so contented. Martin is already a father to twins Matteo and Valentino. The Sports Illustrated model and her husband welcomed their first child, a baby girl, on Nov.
The American actress and the basketball player welcomed their first child together on Nov. Welcome to the party sweet girl! The "Deadpool 2" actor and his wife welcomed their first child, a daughter, who the couple named Westlyn Reign Brolin. He announced the news on Instagram on Nov. Mama Kathryn was stellar during this miracle birth and Bean is a flawless gem through and through. The country music star and his wife are expecting their fifth child, Stapleton announced during one of his concerts on Nov.
He stated, "I've got an announcement to make. Some of you may know that we have four children. We just had twins about seven months ago. Cloud ten. Indian tennis star Sania Mirza welcomed her first child with husband Shoaib Malik. The Pakistani cricketer announced the news on Twitter on Oct. The sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband welcomed their first child, a boy, on Oct.
The baby weighed 8 lbs. The new parents shared the news on Instagram on Oct. Thank you to everyone who fought for and protected our privacy during this incredible and beautiful time in our lives. Everyone is happy and healthy and loving every moment of this. I could not be more excited to bring a baby girl into this world at this moment. We will raise her to be powerful, to always speak her mind and heart and to live without fear.
The "Fifty Shades of Grey" actor and his wife are expecting their third child, confirmed E! News on Oct. The couple are already parents to two daughters, Dulcie and Elva. The "Parks and Recreation" actress and the Vampire Weekend lead vocalist welcomed their first child together, a baby boy they named Isaiah Jones Koenig, on Aug. The couple has reportedly been dating since The singer announced that she is expecting her third child with husband Johnson on Sept.
The "Suits" star and her husband welcomed their second son, Otto Hebel, on Aug. The Academy Award-winning actress and the "James Bond" star have welcomed their first child together — a daughter, reported the Daily Mail. The couple married in We're going to have a little human.
We can't wait to meet him or her. It's all such a mystery. The "Blurred Lines" singer and his model partner are expecting their second child. April Love Geary broke the news with an Instagram video post of their six-month-old daughter Mia Love holding a sonogram. The couple, who wed in March , welcomed their first child together on Aug. The country singer and his wife are expecting their second child together — a daughter. The couple confirmed the sex of the child through a reveal video posted on Instagram on Aug. The American singer announced that she is expecting her second child with husband Mike Fisher in an Instagram video on Aug.
The couple are already parents to son Isaiah Michael Fisher. The couple got married in an intimate civil ceremony in April Billie already has two sons, Winston and Eugene, from her marriage to Laurence Fox. Lopilato shared the news on Instagram on July 26 with a photo of her newborn's hand. Because looking in her eyes is looking at heaven itself! The couple has two sons, Noah and Elias. The comedian-actor welcomed his second daughter with wife Laura Gallacher in early July. But they did not want to make a big announcement.
The mom-to-be shared the news on her Instagram feed on July 14, which was also McGregor's birthday. She posted a photo of him with the caption, "Happy 30th birthday babe! Thank you for being you! Dating for nearly a decade now, the couple has a son, Conor Jack. The rising hip-hop star welcomed her first child, a daughter named Kulture Kiari Cephus with husband, and fellow rapper, Offset on July She shared the news on Instagram with a photo of her pregnant self, surrounded by flowers, as she mentioned the name of the baby with her birthdate in the caption.
The "Peaky Blinders" co-stars are expecting their second child, reported the Daily Mail. The duo met on the set of a "Wuthering Heights" adaptation and have been married for four years. British diver Tom Daley R and his screenwriter husband welcomed a baby boy via a surrogate. They named him Robert after Daley's late father. Their first child, Milo, was born in The couple revealed the news to HOLA! USA, "We are so grateful for this beautiful blessing.
The "Dawson's Creek" actor and his wife welcomed their fifth child, daughter Gwendolyn, on June The "Beauty and the Beast" actor and his wife welcomed their second child together, confirmed his rep to People magazine on June Their daughter, Emilia Giovanna Tucci, was born on April The couple are already parents to one son, Matteo Oliver, in addition with Tucci's three children, Camilla and twins Nicolo and Isabel, from his marriage to late wife Kate.
The "Ugly Betty" star and her husband welcomed a baby boy, confirmed Ferrera on May She posted a photo of her newborn on Instagram with the caption: "When 2 become Welcome Sebastian Piers Williams - aka Baz! The comic actor and his fitness guru wife announced the birth of their fourth child, a boy, on Instagram on May They are already parents to two boys, Leonardo and Rafael, and girl, Carmen.