David Arquette‘s life couldn’t be more chaotic â€” and he loves it. “Oh my gosh, a teenager, a toddler and a newborn,” the actor says of his kids with wife ChristinaÂ (sonsÂ Augustus “Gus” Alexis, 4 months, andÂ Charlie West, 3) and Coco, his 13-year-oldÂ daughter with ex-wife Courteney Cox. “It’s quite a crazy household.”Jokes Christina, “We’re in baby boot camp and children boot camp.
When Christina Arquette found out she was pregnant with her and husband David’s second child Gus, “I was really, really excited,” she says. “My first pregnancy was beautiful, easy, and happy. I was floating, eating everything I wanted. I thought, ‘Great, I get to feel that again.’”The couple’s family already included Charlie, 3, and David’s daughter Coco, 13, from his previous marriage to Courteney Cox. Around her fifth week, Christina began suffering from bouts of intense nausea and vomiting.
Alec Baldwin is known for his quick wit, but his daughter Ireland has a few zingers of her own. As Spike TV’s next honoree for their One Night Only series, Alec was roasted by his friends, costars and family at Harlem’s World Famous Apollo Theatre in New York City. Ireland, 21, didn’t hold back when she took the mic, even bringing back the now infamous 2007 voicemail rant in which Alec called her a “rude, thoughtless, little pig.”“Hello, my name is Ireland, and I’m a Baldwin.
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Selecting a term
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