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Top of the Morning: Look: Baby Pablo's Newborn Shoot!Plus, find out the name of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's new baby boy, Cai Cortez shows off baby bump in new photo, and more!by Rachel Perez .
1. Look: Baby Pablo's newborn shootADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The newborn son of Paula Peralejo had his first photo shoot at 11 days old, and the proud mom recently shared the photos on her blog. The first setup for Baby Pablo's newborn photo shoot was all about camping with a hint of Christmas feels. The second features clean crisp white and gray scarves. Jamie and Baby Lifestyle Photography, who was also Paula's photographer for her wedding and couple maternity shoot, also did the styling for this shoot. "Pablo’s just a month now but wow, looking at the photos…he was still so small here. I’m really glad we did a newborn shoot – so much has changed in a matter of weeks!," she wrote. See more photos here.
2. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher announce name of new baby boyCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
The Hollywood couple welcomed their second baby, a boy, on November 30, at 1:21 am, and they chose the name Dimitri Portwood. He who weighed eight pounds and 15 ounces at birth, and both mom and the baby are healthy and doing well. "We'd like to allow our kids to make their own choices on whether to have a life in the public eye or not. We don't want to make the choice for them," read a message posted on the Punked! star's website. In an interview with late-night talk show Conan, Ashton revealed that he wanted to name their baby boy Hawkeye, but Mila wasn't having it. The couple are already parents to daughter Wyatt, born in October 2014. Congratulations! (eonline.com)
3. Cai Cortez shows off baby bump in new photo
"My lovely lady lumps," the comedienne wrote as caption for a new photo showing off her baby bump. The Working Beks star is yet to divulge when she's due to give birth to her and husband Wissem Rkhami's first baby, but she did say that she's expecting a baby boy! Cai only made her pregnancy announcement via Instagram back in August, a month after her wedding. Photographer Francis Perez hinted that Cai is having a maternity shoot with him in a few weeks. We can't wait to see the photos!
4. Amy Schumer play Barbie in its first live-action filmADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The actress is in early talks to play the iconic doll for its first ever live-action comedy movie by Sony. The film tells the story of Barbie who gets kicked out of Barbieland for not being perfect enough. She arrives in the real world and is set for an adventure, as she discovers that being unique has its advantages. Amy could bring quite a different take (she's known for her raunchy-type of comedy) on the iconic character which had been portrayed in many animated movies, including a supporting role in the Toy Story movies. The movie has no title yet, but the studio is aiming for an imaginative family comedy with plenty of heart, similar to Disney’s Enchanted. The live-action Barbie movie is already slated for a 2018 release and will definitely be rated PG so the kids could watch. Barbie, the doll, brings in $3 billion annually for toy manufacturer Mattel. (hollywoodreporter.com)
5. New elements officially added to the periodic tableADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
It's official: the names of the four new elements of the Periodic Table have been approved. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry had officially included Nihonium (Nh), Moscovium (Mc), Tennessine (Ts) and Oganesson (Og) to complete the seventh row of the periodic table of elements. The new elements are numbered as elements 113, 115, 117 and 118, respectively. News of the new elements were reported back in September 2015, after which the discoverers had been invited to propose names, and the IUPAC had even asked the public for name suggestions for the new elements. However, traditional naming patterns won, which led to these new elements being named after place, geographical region, or scientists. (qz.com)
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