Amanda Seyfried's 7-Month-Old Son Makes Rare Appearance During Today Interview

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Surprise! Amanda Seyfried's 7-month-old baby boy adorably crashed his mom's recent interview with Willie Geist on Today.

The Oscar-nominated Mank actress, 35, was speaking virtually to Geist, 45, during Sunday's interview when her baby boy, whom she shares with husband Thomas Sadoski, was brought over to Seyfried, much to her delight. (The couple also share 4-year-old daughter Nina.)

"Aww, come on," Geist said in awe as Seyfried held her son, whose name she has yet to publicly reveal.

"Say hi. Look at that nice man," the Mean Girls actress said to her baby boy.

"Hi buddy. Oh my god, what a cute guy. Come on," Geist gushed over the 7-month-old.

Just prior to her son's surprise appearance, Seyfried spoke to Geist about the ups and downs of doing press from the family's renovated farm in the Catskills of Upstate New York, where her mom is the couple's nanny, and they keep collecting farm animals.

"There's some benefits and there's some serious drawbacks," said Seyfried. "They squeeze in so much more work. The benefits outweigh everything. I've got my kids in the house."

Seyfried married Sadoski, 44, whom she met on the set of The Last Word, in March 2017 when she was nine months along in her pregnancy with daughter Nina. In September, the actress announced she had given birth to a baby boy.

In August, Seyfried spoke about her life in quarantine and having childcare help from her mother Ann.

"My mom lives with us — she's our nanny. My life is awesome because she is the third parent for us. I am so lucky — I know I am," the You Should Have Left star said during her interview with John Molner (CEO of Katie Couric Media, named for his wife) for a recent episode of his YouTube series Molner's Table.

"When my daughter gets up, she either comes in our room or she goes downstairs. And if we're still sleeping it's great, 'cause she can hang out with my mom. She wakes up early," Seyfried said.

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Seyfried previously told PEOPLE in August 2019 that it was "so hard to plan" for more kids.

"If it happens to you, you just make it work," she shared. "I want to get pregnant again, but I'm not ready just yet to have a second. I would like my daughter to be in school and then have my own time with a new baby. But it's so hard to plan."

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Leslie Odom Jr. and Wife Nicolette Robinson Welcome Second Child, Son Able Phineas

Leslie Odom Jr.'s award season just got busier!

The 39-year-old Hamilton star and his wife Nicolette Robinson welcomed their second child, son Able Phineas, he announced on Instagram Thursday.

"More life! One whole week with our Abe. Watching Nicolette give birth to these kids…? Simply, the bravest acts I've ever witnessed from a foot away," the father of two raved. "I love you, sweetheart and I am in awe. Our little family bursts at the seams with joy! And gratitude. Able Phineas 3/25/21 ♥️ More life."

The pair are also parents to Lucille "Lucy" Ruby, who turns 4 later in April.

Along with the happy announcement, the One Night in Miami actor shared an adorable photo of Lucy with her newborn brother.

Odom's happy baby news comes weeks after he scored two Oscar nominations for One Night in Miami. During the Golden Globes 2021 pre-show in late February, Odom joked that he was stockpiling his sleep as they were "weeks away" from the new addition's arrival.

"We're weeks away. We're like, 3 weeks away," he said at the time. "We're trying to store up sleep. Is that a scientific thing? Can I get as much sleep now, and then like a bank? Withdraw on it later?"

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Odom and Robinson announced their baby news in November with posts on Instagram. "Lots of reasons to celebrate over here. Lots of reasons for hope too," Odom wrote in the caption for a sweet family photo at the time, going on to reveal that they are expecting a boy.

Them, in November, Odom told PEOPLE about how their daughter was adjusting to the idea of becoming a big sister.

"She's so protective of Mama. She speaks to Mama's tummy and says, 'Good morning, little baby.' It's great to see," he said at the time. "It's a very useful thing as a parent; when she's not being the most mature version of herself, we remind her that there's a baby coming and she's got to be a big sister … she's got to show him the way."

"She's starting to wrap her head around the concept of pregnancy. Now one of her main questions, when we are talking about other people, is, 'What tummy did they come from? Whose tummy did they come from?' And I was explaining to her about her aunts and uncles, what tummies they were born in," Robinson added with a laugh. "She's very interested in that."

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Wyatt Russell Says Becoming Father to Son Buddy Rewired His Brain: 'Now It's About Him'

Wyatt Russell says becoming a parent is better than expected.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier actor, 34, and his wife Meredith Hagner recently welcomed their first baby together, son Buddy Prine, and as the new dad says, fatherhood is simply "incredible" and "can't be better."

"It's everything you didn't know it was going to be," he tells Entertainment Tonight. "I think everything you hope it's gonna be is like a mish-mash in your mind before it really happens and then after it happens, whatever happened before is almost like [it never happened]."

Russell adds, "Biologically, I think it does something to your brain where you just erase half your life before you've lived there. And now it's about him and your family and trying to balance everything, and time, and new, amazing problems, amazing issues to have."

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Russell and Hagner, 33, connected on set in 2016 while filming Folk Hero & Funny Guy together, following in the footsteps of his parents Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, who hit it off while shooting Swing Shift in 1983. They got engaged in 2018 and later tied the knot in September 2019 at Hawn's house in Aspen, Colorado.

Sharing a glimpse at her baby shower in November, the Search Party actress wrote on Instagram, "What a wild gift to carry this sweet life. my soulmate/ husband and I are overjoyed. Thanks to my california nearest and dearests for this magical, heavily covid tested day."

Wyatt's sister Kate Hudson revealed their pregnancy news on Instagram in November. "Celebrating our next family member today 👶 🍼 First for my bro Wy and @merediththeweasel We are over the moon and can't wait!!!!" Hudson wrote at the time, sharing a photo of her kissing Hagner's baby bump.

Wyatt previously raved about spending time with his nieces and nephews, telling PEOPLE in August 2018, "We get to go on vacations and stuff in the summer and be able to see each other and hang out it's nice. … I just try to spend as much quality time with them as I can."

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Wyatt Russell, Wife Meredith Hagner Reveal They've Welcomed Son Buddy Prine: 'Nothing Short of Magic'

Wyatt Russell and Meredith Hagner are parents!

The couple welcomed their first child together, son Buddy Prine Russell, Hagner revealed Thursday on Instagram while sharing photos from a new feature in Vogue's April 2021 issue about interior design.

The Search Party actress says they welcomed their baby two weeks after the photos were taken. In the pictures, they smile inside the van they live out of on the road, with Hagner cradling her baby bump at the time.

"VOGUE, BABY! And right after these photos we HAD A BABY, BABY! April issue of @voguemagazine in our van, Carnella," she captioned her post. "2 weeks after these photos were taken we welcomed the heavenly Buddy Prine Russell into the world! It's been nothing short of magic."

In the Vogue piece, the new mom says they plan to bring their new addition on the road with them. "I mean, as soon as we can get our new van constructed, we're going to be on the road with him. That'll be a whole new set of adventures," she says.

Russell, 34, and Hagner, 33, fell in love on set in 2016 while filming Folk Hero & Funny Guy together, following in the footsteps of his parents Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, who hit it off while shooting Swing Shift in 1983. The new parents got engaged in 2018 and later tied the knot in September 2019 at Hawn's house in Aspen, Colorado.

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On Dec. 14, Hagner showed off her baby bump on Instagram, joking, "The heavenly second trimester, when the vomit stopped and i could still tie my shoes and we lived in our van."

Sharing a glimpse at her baby shower a month before that, Hagner wrote on Instagram, "What a wild gift to carry this sweet life. my soulmate/ husband and I are overjoyed. Thanks to my california nearest and dearests for this magical, heavily covid tested day."

Russell's sister Kate Hudson revealed their pregnancy news on Instagram in November. "Celebrating our next family member today 👶 🍼 First for my bro Wy and @merediththeweasel We are over the moon and can't wait!!!!" Hudson wrote at the time, sharing a photo of her kissing Hagner's baby bump.

Russell previously raved about spending time with his nieces and nephews, telling PEOPLE in August 2018, "We get to go on vacations and stuff in the summer and be able to see each other and hang out it's nice. … I just try to spend as much quality time with them as I can."

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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban's Daughters Sunday and Faith Make Rare Appearance at Golden Globes

Nicole Kidman has her family by her side for the Golden Globes.

On Sunday night, The Undoing actress, 53, appeared virtually for the 2021 Golden Globes broadcast during the opening monologue, seated on a couch, all dressed up beside her husband Keith Urban, and their two daughters, Sunday Rose, 12, and Faith Margaret, 10, whom generally remain out of the spotlight.

Speaking with Marie Claire Australia for the magazine's November issue, Kidman said her country singer husband has to retreat from their "female-heavy" family from time to time. The couple tied the knot in 2006.

"We're definitely female-heavy! But as the girls say, 'The dog's a boy!' " said Kidman at the time, adding: "At times, [Keith] just needs to escape with his guitar. Sometimes I'll find him in his closet playing guitar. That's when I know we really need to give him space."

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"Oh, and he Googles cars — I'll know when he's stressed 'cause he's Googling cars," Kidman — who is also mom to two adult children with ex-husband Tom Cruise, son Connor, 25, and daughter Isabella, 28 — continued. "I couldn't care less what car I'm driving; you can pick me up in any old thing. But Keith and Faith love cars."

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Kidman also opened up about juggling parenting duties with Urban as they balance their busy careers.

"We never leave the kids, one of us is always there," said Kidman. "When Keith went to Nashville and I had to work late nights, I rang [my sister Antonia] and asked her to move in with the girls and she did, and brought along her kids. That's special."

"It's the nature of what we're all having to do now – you get to be commune-like; this extended family where you're all raising each other's kids together," she continued. "We've all had to go back to basics, and this year has required it because people are pleading for help."

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Kristen Wiig Jokes She'll 'Go Outside and Sit on the Curb' to Sneak a Break from Her Young Twins

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Kristen Wiig will admittedly do whatever it takes to get even a brief break from her young twins.

While stopping by The Late Late Show with James Corden on Monday, the actress, 47, and her Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar costar Annie Mumolo talked about parenting during the pandemic. Wiig — who welcomed twins with husband Avi Rothman via surrogate — said her two babies are about 15 months old now.

"How is it? Do you ever get a break?" asked Corden, a dad of three.

"Um, I go outside and sit on the curb sometimes," Wiig responded with a laugh. "Because I'm afraid, I don't wanna go on a full walk because then sometimes I feel like, 'Oh, I should be there.' But I need to get out, so I sit on the curb. Or just walk around in the driveway and FaceTime Annie."

"It feels like a vacation when you just go out the door," added Mumolo, who has a 14- and 10-year-old.

"You forget," Wiig joked, "a walk really helps. But then when you're in the house, you're like, 'I can't be saved.' "

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In the end credits of her new comedy Barb & Star, Wiig appears to shout out her new additions in the "special thanks" acknowledgments, with one line in the section seemingly revealing their names as "Luna & Shiloh," though the monikers have not been confirmed.

Wiig recently opened up to PEOPLE about going into quarantine quickly after the arrival of her babies due to the pandemic. She said she has enjoyed the ample quality time with the little ones at home.

"I love that I can be with my family," she said, adding that, uninterrupted bonding time aside, not being able to socialize the twins has been difficult.

"My babies aren't even walking yet," she said. "I want to be home with them, so that has been a positive for me, of course. But also they don't get to see anybody. I have really close friends that haven't seen my kids in a long time."

"And my parents, I haven't seen them in a really long time, so we've been FaceTiming with the babies every day," added Wiig. "They're living in such a bubble, and that I can't have them interact and be social has been a little bit challenging."

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John Travolta Gets Sweet Birthday Tribute from His Daughter Ella: 'You Are My Best Friend'

Ella Travolta has some sweet words for her dad in honor of his birthday.

On Friday, the 20-year-old daughter of John Travolta and late actress Kelly Preston wished her father a Happy Birthday in a sweet tribute on social media.

"Happy Birthday to the most incredible man I have ever known. You are not only the best Dad ever, but you are also my best friend," Ella began her heartwarming note.

"Thank you for raising us, helping us and loving us and thank you for all of the good you do every day. The world is so lucky to have you and so are we," she continued. "I love you Daddy. I had the best time celebrating your birthday with you yesterday. ❤️❤️❤️"

Alongside the note, Ella shared a photo with her dad and younger brother Benjamin, 10.

The actor celebrated his 67th birthday on Thursday. He shared a video, which looked to be from an airport, thanking his fans for their birthday wishes.

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Ahead of his birthday, Travolta and Ella appeared together in Scotts Miracle-Gro's Super Bowl ad, recreating his iconic hand jive from Grease.

In the commercial, the father-daughter duo first appears with Travolta struggling to get his phone on a tripod in order to take a video while Ella gives him instructions. Once the phone is in place, the pair break into a perfect recreation of the hand jive while Surface's hit "Sunday Best" plays.

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"Let's hear it for the dad's who've still got it.🕺🏻It was fun dancing in the yard with @johntravolta," Ella shared on Instagram with a clip of the ad.

The ad came just months after the pair had a poignant moment dancing together in honor of Preston, who died in July after a private two-year battle with breast cancer. She was 57.

"My daughter @ella.travolta and I dancing in memory of momma. One of Kelly's favorite things, dancing with me," Travolta shared alongside the video.

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This was Travolta's first birthday without his late wife.

He was married to Preston for 29 years and they had three children together: Ella, Benjamin and son Jett, who died at age 16 in January 2009.

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Rosamund Pike Reveals She Once Came Across Drunk Partiers During 'Wholesome' Outing with Her Kids

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Rosamund Pike is opening up about a day with her boys out that didn't go according to plan.

On Wednesday evening, the 42-year-old actress appeared virtually as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where she opened up about accidentally running into a Bachelorette party during an outing with her sons Solo, 8, and Atom, 6.

"Last summer, I took [my children] on what I have heard is very sort of wholesome and traditional Czech activity to do with kids, which is to go river rafting," Pike, who has been living in Prague, began. "And there's a lovely town called Cesky Krumlov quite near Prague and we went. And it's this beautiful stretch of rivers — and there were rapids and weirs — and I took my two boys out on this inflatable raft."

"But what I underestimated is the fact that it's also a very popular Czech pastime for stag do's … or hen day's," the Gone Girl actress continued, referencing what is more commonly known in the United States as a bachelor or bachelorette party.

Asked by host Jimmy Kimmel if her two kids "loved" the experience, Pike joked, "They loved it, Jimmy."

"We were traveling along and we came across a group of scantily clad girls … a group of women in bikinis, with a very large inflatable man with a huge erection trailing behind them in the boat," she continued to detail. "So my kids were fascinated."

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"And then this man was being lobbed through the air and sent onto the neighboring boat, which was full of, I mean, I promise you, I have never seen drunker human beings than I saw on this boat," Pike added. "Men who stood up and immediately fell flat … and then one who stumbled over the edge [and] got completely sort of drenched in mud and then clambered back into the boat, splattering all the girls with mud."

"I mean, my kids have never stopped sort of acting drunk ever since," she said. "They're emulating it. They thought, this is clearly what adults do. This is our future."

During her chat with Kimmel, 53, the I Care A Lot star also spoke candidly about a project her kids worked on — reviewing various kinds of toothpaste.

"They did [the reviews] because there comes a point in your life where you have to break the news that it's not all about bubblegum and strawberry flavor anymore, right?" Pike asked Kimmel. "There's this awful transition that we all have to make from the sweet world of childhood into the reality of adulthood, which is like menthol and fluoride and stern kind of dental stuff."

"I was a bit late," Pike added. "I think I was supposed to do it around age 6 and I've already got an 8-year-old."

Highlighting a series of the kids' reviews — including that Signal toothpaste is "not spicy, very calm" and Colgate Triple Fresh gives "lovely, spaghetti minty breathe" — Kimmel and Pike laughed together and the pair's candid reviews.

"It's nice isn't it that children … don't necessarily know what an adjective has to be," the mother of two joked.

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Dwayne Johnson Says He's 'Surrounded by Estrogen' at Home but 'Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way'

Dwayne Johnson is sharing some love for his daughters.

The Hobbs & Shaw actor, 48, opened up about having daughters instead of sons in a sweet Instagram post on Friday morning, sharing a photo of himself walking with his daughter, Tiana, 2½, while holding hands. Johnson shares Tiana and Jasmine, 5, with wife Lauren Hashian, and he's also dad to Simone, 19, with ex-wife Dany Garcia.

"Every man wants a son, but every man needs a daughter," he began the caption. "All my girls have become the great equalizers in my life – I'm surrounded by estrogen and wouldn't have it any other way 😊"

He continued, "and man I hope she never gets tired of holding these big ol' dinosaur hands, though I suspect one day she will 🦖🤚🏾☺️"

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Johnson has long been open about being a dad to all girls, even previously joking that he's unable to "make" boys. Back in December 2017, ahead of his third daughter's arrival, he told The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon all about his excitement for raising a third daughter.

"I've got strong swimmers, Jimmy," he said at the time. "I feel good. I was raised by women all my life, basically. And this is my third daughter. [I'm] surrounded by estrogen. Bring on the estrogen!"

That same month, Johnson announced the news of having his third daughter, writing on Instagram at the time: "… And once again, big daddy is completely surrounded by beautiful estrogen and loving, powerful female mana. All girls. One dude. And a boy dog. I wouldn't have it any other way."

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Justin Timberlake Wants Sons to 'Be Kids for as Long as Possible' Without Being 'Weirdly Private'

Justin Timberlake is finding a fine line between openness and ensuring privacy for his boys' childhoods.

The Palmer actor, 39, appeared on the latest episode of Dax Shepard's podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard, opening up about parenting his sons Silas, 5, and newborn Phineas, whom he shares with wife Jessica Biel.

The two stars discussed the nuances of masculinity while raising boys, with Shepard, 46, admitting he's glad to have two girls with Kristen Bell, daughters Lincoln, 7, and Delta, 6.

"For me, I didn't have a dad around so I didn't have a guy telling me, 'You're doing it, young man. You're on your way to be a proud man.' So anything my peers deemed masculine or brave, I ran toward it because I just wanted this male approval so much," says Shepard. "I think about it a ton, like it's driven my life so much."

Timberlake shares that his grandfather was an instrumental role model in his own life.

"He was like John Wayne. He was barrel-chested and had a saying for everything," Timberlake says. "I was like, 'Oh, this kid at school was picking on me, Papa' and he'd be like, 'That's not your dog.' He came from a generation of 'rub some dirt on it, don't be a bitch.' … This whole generation of men who were told not to feel."

"Now we have something to figure out about it because now we're being allowed to feel," he adds.

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"Now we're the grandpa in this scenario, as much as we hate to admit it," says Shepard. "Like, there is some guy in America going, 'Oh, Justin seems to have the way. I kind of want to model him.' It just happens, right?"

"You're saying there's this consciousness now that becomes a little pressurized because you're like, 'What do I need to extract from all of those teachings that's valuable, and how do I trim the fat from the rest of it?' " muses Timberlake.

"I was with my wife the other day," he continues, "making this sort of half-jokey analogy about how there's this whole generation of women, there's this whole funny, weird role-reversal because now there's this whole generation of men that's like 'You know, hunny. I just feel like…' and then these woman are like, 'I don't know what to do with your feelings.' "

"It's uncomfortable for all of us, none of us have any f—— training," replies Shepard, to which Timberlake agrees, "It's funny, but also, like, it's a real thing. And raising young males is one thing, and raising young females right now is another thing."

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Timberlake says there's "a lot to unpack" with raising boys, as Shepard says he doesn't envy raising boys because "I always fear when I think if we had boys [that] someone's gonna pick on them at school, they're gonna come home upset, I'm gonna hate that, and I'm gonna tell what I know, which is 'Either get punched for the rest of your life or just slug them once. Then it's over.' "

"I wouldn't know what else to say," admits Shepard. "Do I want my kid to be a victim so he can help this transition to where guys don't hit each other anymore? Do I want my kid to be the sacrificial lamb? That seems so scary to me."

"Thanks, I'll be carrying that around for a week. No, I'm kidding," says Timberlake, as Shepard adds, "You better have your speech ready, other than 'That's not your dog.' "

Timberlake says he tries to be "conscious" of maintaining their childhood innocence, adding that he worries about them being treated differently because of their famous parents.

"I try to be conscious of making sure we can live a life where we're not weirdly private, but we're conscious of making sure they can be kids for as long as possible and not have the way of somebody else treating them differently because of something that their parents do," he says.

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