It should come as no surprise that Ayesha Curry takes her Thanksgiving eats very seriously. She’s a chef, after all. “I always do a huge spread,” the 28-year-old told Us Weekly as she hosted Friendsgiving for No Kid Hungry in L.A.On Ayesha’s 2017 menu: dijon mustard and bread crumb rack of lamb, sweet potato casserole, macaroni and cheese — and salmon.
They will be loved! Adam Levine is head over heals for his family of three and eager to welcome his second child with wife Behati Prinsloo. “Adam loves the idea of being the only guy in his little family,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly. “He always says ‘my daughters’ and is so in love with all his girls.”The Victoria Secret Angel, 28, announced her second pregnancy via Instagram in September 2017. The Maroon 5 frontman, 38, and Prinsloo welcomed daughter Dusty Rose in September 2016.
As Meghan Markle nears her big move to London, a source tells Us Weekly that the actress will have to undergo a very specific process in order to bring her dogs with her into the U.K.Markle’s two rescue pooches, a labrador-shepherd named Bogart and a beagle named Guy, “will both have to be microchipped, given a rabies vaccination, plus a blood test 30 days after the rabies vaccination to show it has worked,” a U.K. government spokesperson exclusively tells Us Weekly.
Such a pleasure sitting down for a pre-thanksgiving lunch with @ayeshacurry and chatting all about her holiday traditions. Get the details here, and check out her restaurant if you live in SF!
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Selecting a term
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