Congratulations to Hilary Duff and her NHL husband Mike Comrie who announced Sunday they are pregnant with their first child. Duff announced the exciting news on her official blog saying on the couple’s one year wedding anniversary, “I can’t believe it has already been a year, time really flies when you’re having fun! We also want to share the exciting news that…… BABY MAKES THREE!!! We are extremely happy and ready to start this new chapter of our lives. Thanks to everyone for the continued love and support throughout the years!”
News came to a suprise to fans of the couple when in May Duff told Access Hollywood that her and Comrie would wait to start of family so she could release another album. But Comrie may just be playing Mr. Mom since he announced he would be taking a break from hockey after having hip surgery.
The 30-year old Canadian last played for the Pittsburgh Penguins but is now an unrestricted free agent. Duff, who is 23, and Comrie met when he played for the New York Rangers.
What makes the Stanley Cup the most coveted trophy in all of sports is that each player’s name is not only inscribed on Lord Stanley but every player also gets their own day with the Cup. But Boston Bruins Nathan Horton’s day was cut short after the Cup missed its flight from Boston to Canada. Horton planned a parade in his hometown of Dunville, Ont. Unfortunately, the guest of honor arrived three hours late. According to Horton’s wife, the Cup was “lost” at Logan Airport in Boston, Mass.
But a JetBlue spokesperson said, “The Stanley Cup was actually never lost. The person traveling with the Cup checked it in at 7:37am, for an 8:00am flight.” The Keeper of the Cup is Phil Pitchard and is off to take the Cup to Sweden and the Czech Republic next. Ironically, Pitchard was famously featured in a Master Card commercial when he gets stuck in the airport.
In the August issue of Marie Claire, Erin Andrews opens up about the 2009 peephole video that captured naked images of her in her hotel room. While Andrews has been outspoken about the incident on Oprah and lobbied to Congress to pass tougher anti-stalking laws, she has remained relatively quiet about the psychological longterm effects the video had on her.
In the new issue Andrews confineds, “The perception right away was: She’s doing this as a sex tape. She’s doing this for publicity. News sites claimed they showed the video because it was ‘news.’ These news outlets were having so much fun with it. The New York Post put the images from the video up on the front page. The Early Show played clips on their show. Fox News showed stills. It was disgusting. My poor dad was watching this. He had to go on medication, he was so upset watching what was happening to his daughter.”
A spokesperson for Rebook shoes and finalist on Dancing With The Stars, the video made the fit Andrews stop working out, ” I stopped going to my gym for six or seven months because I was afraid of people seeing me working out. I had this mind-set of, ‘Oh, my gosh, everybody’s seen me naked and they’re going to think to themselves, She should be so embarrassed.’ “