Pregnant WWE Star Becky Lynch Shares Ultrasound: 'Can't Wait to Start This Next Crazy Chapter'





The couple first found out they were expecting after Lynch went through a number of pregnancy tests in April, she told PEOPLE. Though the first one came back negative, the athlete followed her instincts and bought a digital test that confirmed what she suspected.

"I took the first one wrong," Lynch recalled. "Then I took a few more tests until I got a digital one that just said the word 'Pregnant.' I was with Seth at the time and he just threw his hands up in the air, all excited!"

Three days after the big announcement, Rollins posted a picture of his fiancée holding up the positive digital pregnancy test and captioned it, "I took this a few moments after we got the best news of our lives and I don't think I could have captured anything more beautiful. I can't put into words how much it means to me."

"Thank you all so much for your support over the last couple of days. The outpouring of love really has lifted us even higher than we've already been," continued the dad-to-be. "December can't come soon enough!"

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Christina Milian Talks Starting a Baby Line, Homeschooling amid Pandemic and Her Newborn Son


Four months after giving birth to her second child, Christina Milian says "life is good."

The actress and singer, 38, welcomed son Isaiah in January with her boyfriend, Matt Pokora. Isaiah joined 10-year-old big sister Violet Madison, whom Milian shares with ex-husband The-Dream.

Milian tells PEOPLE in a new interview that despite the ongoing coronavirus global health crisis, she is grateful to be able to spend quality time with her family.

"I'm super happy. I have a really happy baby," she says. "And honestly, with all this stuff going on, it kind of was a blessing in disguise to be able to spend so much time together, and to not be forced to rush right back to work. It's been nice to just be home and be with my daughter and have this bonding experience."

"Hopefully this is a once-in-a-lifetime thing that's happening [and] not something that will happen often," Milian adds of the pandemic. "But whatever the case may be, I'm an optimistic person — I look at the positivity in it all."

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Christina Milian "Felt the Love" During Baby Shower for Son on the Way: "I Had Such a Great Time"

Milian has been keeping busy since having Isaiah, recently debuting a baby line with Your Babiie titled AM:PM by Christina Milian.

The collection, which includes a range of strollers, high chairs and diaper bags, is meant to "really stand out" and appeal to "modern moms," Milian says.

"I wanted to provide a really cool and kind of stylish baby gear line because everything else is pretty basic," she tells PEOPLE. "I just wanted to do something different."

The Bring It On: Fight to the Finish star has also been helping to homeschool her daughter Violet while schools remain closed amid the pandemic.

"I thought it would go better than what it is," she says, laughing. "I'm actually having a great time working with her and going over her school stuff."

"I think the parents all think we're doing a good enough job, but then you almost take it personally if she's not getting straight As because you're like, 'Wait, hold on, I'm helping do all of this,' " Milian adds.

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Milian says that Violet's personality "really shines" when the mom of two films for her Facebook Watch series, What Happens at Home with Christina Milian.

"She's just a light bulb — when she turns on, she turns on. She's so funny," Milian raves. "She's got a lot of facial expressions and hand motions and things that sometimes I'm like, 'Where did this character come from?' "

"But I love that she can really express herself and has fun, and doesn't feel uncomfortable," she adds.

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Right in the middle of the Abitur-exams: Covid-19-the case of Bavarian grammar school

The Coronavirus pandemic, keeps the world in breath: More than 5 million people globally have become infected with the novel Sars-CoV-2 – 178.568 of them so far in Germany.

Right in the middle of the Abitur-exams: Covid-19-the case of Bavarian grammar school

Ironically, in the midst of the Abitur-exams: A teacher of the Graf-Rasso-gymnasium Fürstenfeldbruck is positive in the Coronavirus tested. The “Münchner Merkur” citing the competent district office.

The teacher was, according to the “mercury” in the on Wednesday (20. May) will be held in German-Abitur supervisor for six students. It is supposed to have passed, there is no direct contact, which is why the students as a "Contact persons of the level 2" were classified. You don’t have to put in quarantine and could continue their baccalaureate exams.

The rest of the class and school were not affected, the tests would be normal. The teacher, according to good, said the head of the school, Doris Hübler the news portal said.

 

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Tanner Tolbert Jokes He's Taking the 'Blame' for 'Surprise' Third Baby on the Way with Wife Jade




In their conversation with ET, the former reality stars say that Emmy "had no idea" what to expect when Jade was pregnant with Brooks, but "she gets it now. She gets that there is another kid coming."

"She is so sweet with him. I feel like they are great," she says of her daughter's relationship with her baby brother, Brooks. "She loves to make him laugh and he lives for it. He absolutely adores her, and she likes being the center of attention, so that's great for her."

Tanner told the outlet he has "a strong feeling" that baby No. 3 will complete their family — but "never say never, of course, as we have learned."

"When we first got married, we put it out in the universe that we wanted four children, so who knows," Jade added. "This might be totally out of our control. But I think three is a really good number.

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America Ferrera Opens Up to Katie Lowes About Anxiety She Felt Towards End of Second Pregnancy



Pregnant America Ferrera Is "Thinking of All You Other Mamas" amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Adds the actress, "For me, I could feel my heart rate, my anxiety, my blood pressure go up. And also not being able to close my eyes and go to sleep at night because I'm sitting there with all these news stories swirling in my head and just realizing very early on I had to be very disciplined about what I let in because it just doesn't serve you. Especially in a time where you just don't need that added stress when you're pregnant."

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star announced the birth of her second child, daughter Lucia Marisol, on Instagram for Mother's Day.

"LUCIA MARISOL WILLIAMS arrived on May 4th to give me my Mother's Day hugs and kisses herself. Mama, Dada & Big Brother are over the moon to welcome her bright light to our family," Ferrera wrote along with a photo of her newborn's tiny hand.

The star and her husband Ryan Piers Williams are also parents to son Sebastian, a.k.a. Baz, who turns 2 on Monday.

"The most exquisite little creature graced us with her presence on May 4, 2020. Please meet the newest member of our family, Lucia Marisol Williams. She came just in time for Mother's Day. Everyone is healthy and happy!" Williams, 39, wrote on Instagram.

Now, as a mother of two, Ferrera says her outlook on body image has shifted — for the better.

"I've struggled with body image my whole life," she says. "I feel like I've gotten to such a place, like f— that s—. What a waste of time and energy. F— the patriarchy and f— what my body is supposed to look like and also, f— you even more when I just brought life into the world and then my body is supposed to look like something. F— all of it."

Ferrera adds, "I was so in that place, that like post-baby [place], I didn't really struggle with it because I was just like, 'I f—ing dare someone to tell me to lose weight!' "

Katie Lowes Is Staying in Shondaland! Scandal Star Partners for New Podcast All About Motherhood

Speaking with PEOPLE, Lowes, 38, says she's grateful the third season of Katie's Crib is being released during this time — a time where everyone could all use a little support.

"I feel so lucky to have the guests we've had, whether they be experts or mom friends who are going through the same thing," says the Scandal actress, who shares 2½-year-old son Albee with husband Adam Shapiro.

"It's just very helpful in this time. I talked to America five days before she gave birth to her daughter," says the actress. "There are a lot of pregnant women who are not only going through the anxieties and fears of childbirth, you had a global pandemic on top of it. The anxiety is there."

"It's a very open, honest talk," Lowes adds of the third season. "We have amazing guests and I just feel really proud of the work and really proud of the Katie's Crib community that we've built. I hope it provides moms … feel less alone [and] get a little bit of advice should they need it and at the very least or most, they laugh."

Continues Lowes, "I just feel like it's really important to find joy and laugh at yourself, your kid and your family because at the end of the day we're just covered in pee, poop and spit-up. The whole ride is wild!"

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Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin Takes 'Baths Morning and Night' to Help with Feeling 'Overwhelmed'

Hilaria Baldwin might be a busy mom of four, juggling parenting and homeschooling her children amid the coronavirus pandemic as they continue to social distance together, but she still finds the time for self-care.

In a video for Verizon Media/Yahoo's "Reset Your Mindset" virtual event, the fitness instructor and Mom Brain podcast co-host, 36, reveals a few of the ways she is "spending 'me time' " during the crisis.

"I close myself off in my bathroom and I love to exercise and do breath work," she says. "I take baths morning and night — that really, really helps me."

Of course, sometimes she is joined by her "little people" — sons Romeo Alejandro David, 2, Leonardo Ángel Charles, 3½, and Rafael Thomas, 5 next month, plus daughter Carmen Gabriela, 6½ — but she doesn't mind, and just appreciates "the warm water on [her] skin."

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Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin on "Nonstop" Day While Social Distancing with 4 Kids amid Coronavirus

Hilaria, who is sheltering in place with husband Alec Baldwin and their kids while pregnant with their fifth child together, says that when she's having a tough time mentally, "I always think about how much worse it could be."

"How much worse it could be all of a sudden makes my situation seem not as bad, and with that, it pulls me up a little bit," shares The Living Clearly Method author, "and allows me to have a lightness and a strength to be able to attack my problem."

But she certainly has her moments when she just needs to let it out, too. "I cried the other morning, and it was over a bunch of really silly little things," Hilaria recalls. "And I don't typically do that, and my kids were [taken aback]."

"I wasn't freaking out on them — I just had tears," she clarifies, laughing. "There were just tears because I was so overwhelmed."

Hilaria — who suffered a miscarriage last April and another at four months along in November, while expecting a baby girl — recently chatted with PEOPLE about how she and her family are looking at the big picture amid the global health crisis.

"Alec and I were complaining about it a week or so ago and Carmen was asking about it and I said, 'Carmen, nobody wants to be doing this right now. It's frustrating for us all to have to stop our normal lives,' " she said in late March. "And she's like, 'I don't know what you guys are talking about, I love this. I love spending time with you. All I want to do is spend time with Mommy and Daddy and my brothers.' "

"And it kind of stopped us in our tracks and our mouths were open and we were like, 'Okay, let's go with that mentality, because that sounds so much better than complaining, which is what we've been doing!' " Hilaria added.

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Calvin Harris Says His Heart Stopped in 2014: 'Interesting Year for Me'


Calvin Harris needed lifesaving help in 2014 after his heart stopped.

The DJ and singer revealed on Twitter that he had to have his heart “restarted” in the emergency room.

Harris retweeted a video on Tuesday night from his June 2014 performance at the Electric Daisy Festival, and added that it was an “interesting year.”

“Started with me knocking myself off number 1 in the UK and ended with my heart getting restarted in the ER…this sort of stuff happened in between,” he said.

Harris had hinted at his condition that year, but hadn’t previously said that his heart had stopped. Rather, the “Slide” singer said that he had “some heart problems” that needed to “be fixed” and were the reason why he canceled several shows.

He later clarified that he had an arrythmia, a heart condition that causes an irregular heartbeat and can lead to chest pain, fainting and dizziness.

That pushed him to give up drinking, he said on Twitter in 2018.

“Haven't drank in 4 years big man,” Harris told a fan who asked why he was abstaining from alcohol. "Aye things are a bit less fun but haven't had an arrhythmia since 2014.”

But Harris said he’s happy with the decision.

“The last thing I want to do is down 2 bottles of jack daniels a night, live on greggs pasties and sleep on an absolutely stinking bus all year, scream down a mic for 55 minutes and pretend to play a keyboard 5x a week those days are behind me son,” he added to the fan.

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Meet Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner's Son Hendrix Douglas: 'Beyond Thankful I Was Able to Have Him'




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Afterwards, the labor-and-delivery nurse says she felt an immediate bond with Hendrix that she hadn't initially experienced with their daughter Henley "Gracie" Grace, who turns 3 in August.

"I felt so connected to him. I did not get that type of connection with Gracie," says Otis. "I birthed him in the corner, then literally walked to my bed with my placenta still inside me, him attached, and was able to start just doing skin-to-skin for six to seven hours."

Adds Hehner, "Jamie wouldn't let him go!"

While Gracie is still adjusting to having a new baby brother ("She tried to hold him and got a little scared," says Hehner), the Hot Marriage, Cool Parents co-hosts are confident she'll be a "protective" older sister.

"She's definitely going to be bossy. She bosses us around, and I think she's definitely going to be loving and nurturing as well," says Otis. "She always rocks her little baby dolls to sleep. She's going to be the best big sister."

After welcoming Gracie, the couple — who lost their first son, Johnathan Edward, at 17 weeks gestation in 2016 — struggled to conceive, experiencing a chemical pregnancy in 2018 and a miscarriage at 10 weeks along in 2019.

"I didn't think we were going to have any issues [getting pregnant] because we lost our first baby in the second trimester," says Otis. "I was almost thinking God wouldn't do that to us again. Then we had those two losses back to back, and I was like, 'Are we going to even be able to have a baby?' "

Just as they were about to visit a fertility specialist 18 months later, the couple discovered they were expecting.

"It's magical to see him. I just feel like [Johnathan's] spirit is with us with this little guy," says Otis. "I'm beyond thankful I was able to have him."

Married at First Sight: Couples' Cam premieres Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on Lifetime.

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Restart at the Corona-Hotspot West meat in Coesfeld

The Coronavirus pandemic in Germany medicine, politics, tourism and society firmly in its grip: More than four million people globally have become infected with the pathogen of Sars-CoV-2, 175.173 of them in Germany.

Restart at the Corona-Hotspot West meat in Coesfeld

After a forced break due to the many Corona-infections-Western meat starts on Tuesday with a test operation in the Coesfeld plant. In the first step, but still no pigs are to be slaughtered. The gradual start-up of the operation is accompanied by surveillance authorities. Used only for employees, you can have negative test results with the Coronavirus to be.

The district of Coesfeld had closed the plant in front of one and a half weeks temporarily, after numerous plant had infected the workers with the Coronavirus.

Also in lower Saxony is in operation in the district of Osnabrück, are employees of a Meat many Coronavirus infections have become known to the company West crown in Dissen, which is also operated by the battle company West meat together with Danish Crown. There, the district tested a total of 92 employees in a positive way.

On Monday, the operation rested thereupon. According to the district of approximately 2000 tonnes of meat may process. Thereafter, the operation for 14 days, it must close completely. A total of around 300 employees work in Dissen.

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58 days on the ventilator, connected to: Suddenly, a Corona begins to speak patient

The Coronavirus pandemic concerns also in Germany medicine, politics, tourism and society: More than four million people already infected with the pathogen of Sars-CoV-2, 174.301 of them in Germany. All the news about the Corona pandemic from Germany, Europe and the world, you will find in the News Ticker of FOCUS Online.

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After 58 days on a ventilator, a 35-year-old woman who was suffering from Covid-19 has acquired a unit, the consciousness, and to speak in a surprisingly even begun. The “Sunday Times” reported. Still, the patient is no longer connected in Southampton General Hospital on the device, it needs to have but not mandatory. Their weaning from the ventilator should start but.

The senior physician for the intensive care of the hospital, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, said that the patient still have a long way to recovery, as well as a long rehabilitation in front of him. “She practically said no muscle strength – barely enough to Breathe,” the doctor of the “Sunday Times” and also explained why that is so. “If you connected to a respirator or in intensive care is to build the skeletal muscles with the time.” Other problems, like a weakened diaphragm, would then occur.

Corona-patient starts after 58 days on mechanical ventilation to speak suddenly

Gupta was surprised for a number of reasons, and thrilled that the woman could suddenly communicate. Suddenly she could speak, while she was still too weak to lift a Finger or write a file, reported doctor.

Because many studies assume a high mortality of up to 90 percent for Covid-19-patients in intensive care or ventilation, the progress of the patient, all the more remarkable.

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