It's time for Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer to set up another nursery because she is pregnant again. Messer, 20, and her new husband Jeremy Calvert, 23, are expecting their first child together. "Jeremy and I are excited to be adding a new addition to our family," Messer tells Us magazine. "Being a teen mom was difficult, but I'm older and in a different place now — married to Jeremy and excited for our family to grow."
This will be Messer's third child; she already has two-year-old twin daughters Aliannah and Aleeah from her first marriage to Corey Simms. Now, it's time for her and Calvert, whom she married in April, to start their own family.
Earlier this year, the couple reportedly suffered a miscarriage — but Messer doesn't seem to be letting the past hold her back from being excited about this pregnancy. She took to Twitter Tuesday to share a positive message:
THANKS SOOO MUCH EVERYONE! #PositiveTweets makes this momma soooo happy!!! @calvert505 are in such a good place! ??? Love all of you! ????— Leah D. Calvert (@TM2LeahDawn) October 24, 2012
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Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise have had a rough past few weeks dealing with the divorce, and all of the media attention that has followed. But while they have been dealing with all that comes when a hot celebrity couple falls apart, they have also been doing their best to protect their 6-year-old daughter Suri from it all. Holmes has been playing the motherly role whenever she has Suri, taking her to and from dance class and letting her ride in grocery carts. Cruise has also been catering to his daughter and trying to make her feel like the little princess that she is, so much so that he took her to Disney World's The Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Fla. on Monday.
Suri even got to dress up like one of her favorite Disney princesses, Ariel from The Little Mermaid, for her day of adventure with her dad. But, this isn't the first time that Princess Suri has played dress-up in royal attire. She has actually done it many times before. Take a look at the many shades of Princess Suri.
Little Mermaid Suri
Cinderella Suri Suri has been to visit Disney royalty before. When she was three, Cruise and Holmes both took their tiny daughter (dressed as Cinderella) to Disney World where she got to hang out with the likes of Mickey and Minnie Mouse. How cool for a little kid!
Blue Princess Suri Back in 2009, Suri wore this beautiful blue princess gown during a simple shopping trip with her mom in Boston, Mass.
Pretty in Pink Princess
Molly Ringwald wanted to feel like a princess in Pretty in Pink when she went to prom. Like Ringwald, Suri wants to feel like a princess, and Katie and Tom try to make sure that she does every day.
Halloween Princess Trick or Treat, give something sweet to Suri to eat. Suri steps out as a pretty princess again on Halloween in 2010.
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It's too bad that an actor as intense as Duchovny is burdened with a character as dull as his K-Mart wardrobe. The truth might be out there but good film roles clearly aren't. Driver manages to rise above her cumbersome surroundings and occasionally offers the audience a chuckle and a briefly moving moment. And sadly the film squanders the talents of its older cast members (including Carroll O'Connor and Robert Loggia) with dreary arguments over the merits of ancient baseball players and deciding who is the Rat Pack's consummate crooner. (And why is O' Connor talking like the Lucky Charms leprechaun?)
Director and co-star Bonnie Hunt (who also co-wrote the story and screenplay) is a funny lady with a brilliantly dry wit. Unfortunately she must have sent her sense of humor to the dry cleaner's while making this film. What we're left with is a been-there comedy that sleepwalks through a tired formula.