We saw — and sighed at — so many celebrities as they tied the knot this year, including Halle Berry, Chrissy Teigen, and Jimmy Kimmel. Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard surprised everyone when they opted for an impromptu courthouse ceremony, which Dax later revealed cost only $142. Kate Bosworth, on the other hand, went all out with a sweeping, rustic wedding in Montana, and Keira Knightley took her celebrations to France. We're here to help you reflect on nine pairs of famous newlyweds from this year, but it's up to you to pick a favorite. Vote now!
Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez have welcomed a baby boy, and now we have a name: Maceo Robert Martinez. Halle gave birth to Maceo on Saturday. The actress already has a 5-year-old daughter, Nahla, with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry, but this marks Olivier's first baby. The two, who first met in 2010 on the set of their film, Dark Tide, got married in Vallery, France, over the Summer. Congratulations to the happy family!
Not many women can say they've been a Bond girl, two different comic book femme fatales, and made history winning an Oscar. But Halle Berry can. And although Halle usually sticks to a more natural makeup palette, she's had some rather outstanding hair moments in her 47 years. Click through to see her top 10 beauty looks.
Getting older comes with a special set of concerns, rewards, and changes for women. This week, Olivia Wilde wrote an essay on how she's coping with — and welcoming — her upcoming 30th birthday, inspiring us to take a look back at what other notable women have had to say about their own experiences with aging. Read on for some of the most memorable quotes stars including Meryl Streep, Beyoncé Knowles, and Halle Berry have shared about their own major milestone birthdays.
On Turning 30:
“This is such a pivotal moment in my life! I’m transitioning as a woman, and I’m finally able to express myself as I am.” — Beyoncé Knowles
"You're 30: You know stuff now. Your 20s were for 'ducking up,' as my auto-correct would say, and learning from those mistakes. (For instance, never again will I convince myself that sleep is for sissies and go straight from a party to the airport. You will not 'sleep on the plane'; you'll vomit in the security line. Go to bed.)" — Olivia Wilde
"I don’t feel as shy or nervous or self-conscious. I have more confidence that I can handle what life brings me. I don’t feel scared to have an idea and express it. I feel giddy about it because it’s a complete transformation. It’s like I’ve found my voice.” — Michelle Williams
“Turning 30 was really big for me. I can get really stuck on ‘I don’t like this or that about myself.’ I’ve found that the only thing that breaks that for me is being able to spend time alone, going to the movies by myself or going to art museums alone. I do that a lot. I’ve discovered the importance of even 15 or 30 minutes a day where it is just me.” — Reese Witherspoon
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Halle Berry covered her baby bump in a sheer black dress to hit the red carpet alongside her fiancé, Olivier Martinez, for the Les Toiles Enchantées charity event at the 2013 Champs-Élysées Film Festival in Paris yesterday. Halle was the guest of honor for the charitable evening, which brings films to hospitalized children in France, and Olivier held a special post at the event as well since he is serving as the festival's honorary president this year.
Halle and Olivier stepped out for the red carpet affair after he shared exciting news during his press duties at the festival earlier this week. Olivier confirmed that Halle is pregnant with a boy, and the couple appeared to be delighted about adding a son to their family, which includes Halle's daughter, Nahla Aubry. Although they are currently spending time in Olivier's native France, he made it clear that his son would be American. He said, "My son will be an American, but I remain French." Halle is just one of the many expectant mothers in Hollywood — check out all the pregnant stars!
Halle Berry teamed up with Modern Family star Julie Bowen to kick off the 20th annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women in LA today. The event raises money for research, treatment, and support of medically underserved women with cancer. She has been a supporter of the beauty brand and its various charities since 1996, when she first signed on as a beauty ambassador. Halle dropped by the charity walk while on a break from filming her upcoming movie, X-Men: Days of Future Past, alongside Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Lawrence. Aside from working, Halle has been keeping active during her second pregnancy and was even spotted wearing gym clothes yesterday leading up to the Revlon event. She isn't the only star who is supporting Revlon's race — Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde hosted the Revlon Run/Walk in NYC last weekend.
Halle Berry's baby bump was visible under a figure-hugging Roberto Cavalli gown for the premiere of her film The Call in Buenos Aires yesterday. The news broke last week that she is expecting her first child with fiancé Olivier Martinez, but her pregnancy has not deterred her from keeping busy. Halle put her baby bump on display when she popped up in the Big Apple to attend the United Nations World Food Programme event on Saturday.
Halle is reportedly expecting a baby boy, which fulfills her 5-year-old daughter Nahla Aubry's dreams of becoming a big sister. During a stop on The Wendy Williams Show last Fall, Halle foreshadowed the joyous occasion by revealing Nahla's wishes for a sibling, saying, "That's the thing. [My daughter is] asking me. Every night we pray to God, and she's so sweet. She says, 'God, please bring me a bunk bed and a baby sister.' And I say, 'I can do one of those things, I know for sure! The other one we have to keep praying on.'"
Halle Berry made her first public appearance since her pregnancy news at a United Nations World Food Program event in NYC on Saturday. She was joined by Michael Kors, who cohosted the event with Halle, as she displayed her baby bump in a black dress. At the event, Halle revealed that she was surprised to find herself pregnant again. She said, "I thought I was kind of past the point where this could be a reality for me. So it's been a big surprise and the most wonderful." This will mark Halle's second child — she is mom to 5-year-old Nahla — and her first baby with fiancé Olivier Martinez.
Halle Berry turned up the heat in Chicago last night in a tight black Helmut Lang dress and strappy stilettos at the premiere of The Call. Halle walked the red carpet at the Showplace Icon Theater with her costar Morris Chestnut. The film's other star Abigail Breslin was not in attendance, but another young actress joined Halle on the red carpet recently. Best actress nominee Quvenzhané Wallis met Halle at the Oscars last Sunday, where the two chatted and posed for pictures together. Halle returned to the Oscars stage to present an award this year, wearing an eye-catching, metallic Versace gown. It is not yet confirmed if Halle will join fellow Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence in the next installment of the X-Men series, Days of Future Past, but other cast members like Hugh Jackman, Anna Paquin, and Michael Fassbender are set to return.
There were so many celebrities who looked stunning on Sunday's Oscars red carpet as they posed for photos, perfectly arranging gowns, jewels, and smiles. When they weren't saying cheese, many stopped to greet friends or pose for pictures, like Kristen Stewart. We rounded up the top 30 candid moments from the red carpet, including Jennifer Aniston adjusting Justin Theroux's bowtie, and Jennifer Lawrence's laugh with Sally Field.