Celebrity parent news was abundant on Wednesday, Jan. 28. Kim Kardashian cozied up with her daughter North West, and Hugh Grant fathered a third love child with Swedish TV producer Anna Elisabet Eberstein. See the Top 5 stories:
Now that's how you start the day! Kim Kardashian kicked off Wednesday, Jan. 29, with some cuddly one-on-one time next to her 7-month-old baby girl, North.
Good thing Hugh Grant knows About a Boy! The famed British bachelor, 53, is now the father of three love children after Swedish TV producer Anna Elisabet Eberstein secretly gave birth to a baby boy in September 2013. A copy of a birth certificate obtained by Us Weekly confirms that the child was born at Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital in London on Sept. 3; though the baby's first name is not listed, his surname is "Grant," and the actor's full name, Hugh John Mungo Grant, is listed as the father on the document. Grant's rep did not return Us Weekly's requests for comment.
Kate Hudson's boys are ready for their close-up! The Wish I Were Here actress, 34, is keeping her kids in the family business by incorporating them into her new ad campaign for Ann Taylor's spring 2014 collection -- and Us Weekly has the adorable photos!
Brandi Glanville is an open book. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star may live in an expensive area code and show up at various red carpets year round, but getting to where she is now was no easy feat. The 41-year-old recently touched on her less than financially abundant life while she was married to ex-husband Eddie Cibrian.
Daft Punker revealed at last! French electronic duo Daft Punk made out like bandits at the 56th Annual Grammys in L.A. this past Sunday. Although the group (who won four 2014 Grammys in all, including Album and Record of the year) is now officially a household name, very few folks have ever seen what the two musicians actually look like! In all of their concert and other public appearance, DJs Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, both 39, have famously chosen to obscure themselves with elaborate helmets and gloves to maintain their so-called robot personas.