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Don’t Feel Bad For Charlie Sheen, but Stop the Tiger Blood Jokes

Charlie Sheen reveals he has HIV in new interview with the “TODAY” show.
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Lily Aldridge Celebrates 30th Birthday With Daughter

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Happy Birthday, mama!

Victoria’s Secret model Lily Aldridge shared a sweet mommy-and-me shot on her 30th birthday Sunday. “Can’t think of a better way to spend my birthday than with my Best Friend at DisneyWorld #PrincessDixie #ThankYouForBirthdayWishes #Blessed #HappyMommy,” she Instagrammed the image with 3-year-old daughter Dixie.

In July, the pretty pair were photographed vacationing together in Italy.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model shares Dixie with her husband, Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill.

Happy 30th to Lily!

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Mom-To-Be Chrissy Teigen Shares Selfie

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While poking fun at her pose, mom-to-be Chrissy Teigen shared a selfie via Instagram Tuesday.

“Quack quack,” the FABlife cohost, 29, captioned the image which showcased her growing baby bump.

The Sports Illustrated model recently took to social media after some of her followers criticized her food choice.

In October, Teigen announced her first pregnancy with husband, musician John Legend, 36.

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Robyn Lawley: ‘I Earned My Tiger Stripes”

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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Robyn Lawley shared a candid photo via Facebook Thursday.

Stating that she is proud of her stretch makes which she calls “tiger stripes,” the new mom, 26, gets real about her post-baby body, and also advocates for women’s rights in a lengthy post.

“Almost a year ago, an interview from a very honest maybe too honest conversation with a friend was manipulated and taken apart so heartlessly by a uk publication gossip page that at 7 months pregnant right after losing one of my my closest relatives, read “Robyn considers abortion to avoid stretch marks.” I was shocked not only because that is not what I said, not to mention i already had a tonne of stretch marks like 90% of the world, but to read that entire article and be already heavily pregnant, that’s their angle?” the model mom writes.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuitfirst plus-size model” goes on to talk about the hurtful comments.

“It hurt so bad, the comments that ensued were derogatory to say the least. I’m familiar with being bullied, once for not having a thigh gap (insert face palm) but to bully me for something I never said, not to mention my decision would need to be more based on the fact that I will be taking care of someone’s life, a heavy decision to make, would never rest on getting stretch marks alone,” she continues.

“I think until it was pulled it had over 500 or more very abusive comments with no help from the original publication or my friend frown emoticon I personally tweeted the author of the gossip website to ‘have a heart’ as it was causing a huge amount of stress to me and I was worried about my unborn baby’s health,” she shares. “The author was in fact Australian and she proclaimed did not write it, someone else in UK had and the article was pulled. These gossip pages do everything to get a view but to not even write your true name is cowardly.”

The Australian beauty – who welcomed daughter Ripley on Feb. 26 with boyfriend Everest Schmidt – goes on to talk about her post-baby body.

“As for my stretch marks I knew they were coming and as they’re fading into white ( like all my others) I thought I might capture them. Because they are some bad ass #tigerstripes smile emoticon. And I earned them,” she writes.

She adds: “We put an unbelievable amount of ridiculous time consuming pressure on women to care so much about their flaws they forget how truly beautiful they (you) are today. F**k them, who cares, be you, be loud, be proud. And put your efforts into skills that rely more on your physical self.

Continue reading her empowered message on Facebook



Source: Robyn Lawley: ‘I Earned My Tiger Stripes”

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