Scarlett Johansson and Alyssa Milano Welcome Baby Girls

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The circle of life reminds us that everyday, people pass on (RIP forever Joan Rivers, you crazy hilarious fashion-loving lady!) while new lives come into being. On Thursday, the world lost a legend but two sweet, beautiful, A-List princesses were born. Actresses Scarlett Johansson and Alyssa Milano both gave birth to daughters . Johansson had already been having a great few months. As the star of Lucy, she led one of summer’s biggest movies to success. But now her cup really runneth over after giving birth to baby girl named Rose, with fiance Romain Dauriac. The star has been engaged to French journalist Dauriac since last September. What a nice one-year anniversary date of getting engaged! The 29-year-old actress had been keeping a low profile prior to giving birth. She was last seen stepping out in July in New York City with a new mom-approved pixie haircut. The actress’s publicist report that both mom and the baby are doing well.

Now, from movie star to television bombshell – Mistress star Alyssa Milano. The beautiful 41-year old brunette gave birth to her second child. She welcomed baby girl Elizabella Dylan with husband David Bugliari.
Milano and the CAA agent, 33, have been married since 2009 and also have a three-year old son, Milo. The actress’s second pregnancy started off rough but getting sick helped convince her that she was expecting a daughter. “I had morning sickness this time, but it went away right at 12 weeks,” she said in the August/September issue of Fit Pregnancy. “With Milo, I didn’t have a minute of morning sickness. So I knew it was going to be a girl.” Milano has been a television star since Who’s the Boss premiered in 1984, thirty years ago! Wow.

Best of luck to the new families!

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