Angelina Jolie’s camp kicked off the weekend by shooting down rumors that the star had given birth to twin girls, but sources close to the couple said — despite hinting that Jolie won’t give birth until later this summer — the Jolie-Pitt twins’ debut is actually right around the corner.
One source close to the couple said that three nurses were summoned from Los Angeles and flew to France on Wednesday. “They’re the same nurses that helped out with Shiloh, and one of them was to be serving as Angelina’s doula,” said the source.
Jolie recently said that although they’ve had help with their brood, they haven’t ever had nannies or the like spend the nights, although that could change now that there are half a dozen kids under the roof. The source said that the nursing team that flew to France is expected to work 24/7, and in case you were curious, that bill comes to about $2,500 per day.
Regardless of when the Jolie-Pitt babies make their public debut, their nursery abroad has been set for weeks. “There is a lot in there that was custom made in Cap d’Antibes, everything is natural and organic, and much of it came from Petit Tresor,” said a source who was privy to the planning. “They’re nothing if not well prepared.”
Naomi Campbell going bald? Could hair loss be behind Naomi Campbell’s temper tantrums? The feisty supermodel started losing her hair “15 years ago,” fashion photographer Huggy Ragnarsson told The Sun newspaper.
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Photos of Campbell in London on May 29, with what appeared to be a receding hairline, has launched the tress talk. Years of hair extensions are reportedly to blame. Ragnarsson told the Sun, "The hair stylist Sam McNight said to me in the '90s, 'She'd better be careful with those weaves, she's going to lose her hair.'"
Weekend box office This week’s no-brainer pick didn’t disappoint. “Sex and the City: The Movie” earned $55.7 million over the weekend. If there is anything interesting to glean from these numbers (or the movie in general) it’s that its Friday opening was $26.9 million, and then earned 37 percent less on Saturday, and is expected to follow suit on Sunday (Sunday’s numbers weren’t available at press time).
That means “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” will technically win Saturday and Sunday, despite losing the weekend gross game after earning $46 million.