Look out bullies — Liam McDermott, 5, will give you a “knuckle sandwich in the face” if you bother his baby brother Finn! Proud mom Tori Spelling shared the above video on ToriSpelling.com, showcasing her “little man” who is “such a great big brother.”
“Dean posted this adorable video on his website yesterday, and I just had to share it with you guys,” Tori writes. “Dean was asking Liam how he likes being a big brother to Baby Finn, and Liam’s answers are too cute for words.”
She adds: “My little man is such a great big brother, I’m so proud of him and feel so lucky that Stella, Hattie and Finn have such a great example to look up to.”
Tori and Dean welcomed their fourth child on August 30.
Saved by the Bell alum Elizabeth Berkley and husband Greg Lauren stepped out for a shopping trip to Bel Bambini with son Sky, 8 weeks, and the nanny on Monday (September 17) in West Hollywood, Calif. This marks our first glimpse of baby Sky.
The Showgirls actress recently opened up about the joys of motherhood.
“[Motherhood has] been amazing and magical. I have a lot of friends who have little ones and I love their kids, but until you have your own, it’s like you can’t quite grasp the intensity of the love, the depth of it . . . it’s so special,” she gushed.
KATE Middleton and Prince William has scored a legal victory against France’s Closer magazine.
The pair have an injunction preventing the magazine from publishing further topless pictures of the brunette royal.
Mondadori France, French Closer magazine’s publishing company, will be fined €10,000 a day if they publish further topless paparazzi images of Catherine sunbathing or transmit them to a third party via email or any other means.
It was also decided that Mondadori — owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi — will have to pay €2,000 towards legal fees.
A court in Nanterre, near Paris, opened a separate criminal investigation earlier today over the publication of the images in the magazine after a formal complaint was made on behalf of Catherine and William, who are currently in the final stages of an Asia Pacific tour. The initial investigation will be carried out by BRDP, a branch of the French police.
The decision will allow a prosecutor to decide whether or not to proceed with a full investigation into whether Closer magazine and the photographer broke the couple’s right to privacy.
The ruling also means that Closer France must not print any more copies of its controversial issue and take the topless pictures off its website; the photos cannot be published in any other magazines or papers in France; the photographs cannot be sold by them to anyone else in the world; and that within 24 hours the offending pictures must be handed over to the Palace.
It is the first time that a member of the Royal Family has sued a publication through the courts in France.
Yesterday, Kate and William’s lawyer Mr Hammelle accused the magazine of intruding on a “highly intimate moment” by taking the topless pictures of Kate while she was on a private holiday at a chateau in Provence.
The lawyer compared the “grotesque invasion” to the relentless pursuit of Princess Diana by photographers.
Recent reports claimed William and Kate won’t have to pay for their lawyers.
According to RadarOnline, Harbottle & Lewis offer their services to the royals for free. This reportedly William and Kate will save up to a cool two million dollars in attorneys’ fees.
“The royal family has kept their legal team busy in the last few weeks, but lucky for them they don’t have to pay for their services,” a source revealed.
“Harbottle & Lewis provide the royals with legal guidance free of charge – simply because of the prestige they get from having them as their client.
“It’s held in high acclaim to be the legal firm that looks after the royal family’s best interests and has meant they have secured contracts with other high-profile clients because of that relationship.
“However, Harbottle & Lewis must be kicking themselves over that agreement. Fees for the Kate Middleton topless scandal could eventually rise to up to a million-and-a-half pounds.
“Add to that the cost of the damage control they provided for Prince Harry’s naked Las Vegas romp – they could have made an absolute killing.”