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Halle Berry Wants To Cut Her Child Support, Billy Eichner Joins New Girl + More in Today’s Last…


Halle Berry is through with her ex living off her child support money, Billy Eichner goes from the street to the New Girl loft, Jude Law will welcome his fifth child this spring, and more in today’s Last Lap.

  • Halle Berry wants to “slash” her monthly child support to ex-partner Gabriel Aubrey from $16,000 to $3,000. [Daily Mail]
  • Parks and Recreation‘s Billy Eichner is cast as a “grinch-like” character on New Girl. [TV Line]
  • Jude Law and his ex Catherine Harding are expecting a baby this spring. [People]
  • Joan Rivers‘ official cause of death was lack of oxygen to the brain. [TMZ]
  • Katniss Everdeen returns to District 12 in the new Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 trailer.
  • American Horror Story alum Alexandra Breckenridge joins The Walking Dead. [THR]
  • Jon Gosselin was evicted from his Pennsylvania home and is still not welcome at ex-wife Kate‘s house. [Uproxx]
  • Jack Rico gives us all the details you need on the comic book adaptations hitting the big screen, including Captain America 3.

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‘He’s Delicious’: Halle Berry Praises Husband Olivier Martinez Amid Rocky Marriage Rumors

‘He’s Delicious’: Halle Berry Praises Husband Olivier Martinez Amid Rocky Marriage Rumors

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Halle Berry DeliciousHALLE Berry insists her marriage isn’t on the rocks.

The actress couldn’t stop gushing about husband Olivier Martinez when she spoke to Extra TV in a promotion of her new movie, Frankie and Alice.

The actress, 47, said she watched her husband’s premiere on “Revenge” last week and was excited to follow his arc on the show.

“I’m very proud of him,” she said. “I think he’s delicious.”

It had been claimed that Halle and Olivier have been fighting for months — and he has moved out of their Beverly Hills home.

“Olivier thinks Halle is too focused on work and losing the baby weight instead of their family,” says a source.

“He’s been crashing at a friend’s house.”

Olivier was spotted with a friend on March 12, at Halle’s favorite restaurant RivaBella, and eyewitnesses say he seemed down.

“He kept messing with his wedding ring … he didn’t say much,” said the source.

Four days later, Olivier jetted out of LA alone.

“Halle doesn’t want him in the house unless he can be civil… at this point, the chances for a full reconciliation look grim,” blabbed the insider.

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Halle Berry: ‘Breastfeeding Helped me Lose Baby Weight’

Halle Berry: ‘Breastfeeding Helped me Lose Baby Weight’

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halleberryHALLE Berry says breastfeeding helped her get back into shape after giving birth.

The actress, 47, welcomed a son, Maceo-Robert, in October.

“Every mother should breastfeed. It’s the quickest way to shed the initial weight and then you have to eat right,” she told US TV show Extra.

Berry points out that her daughter Nahla is relishing her new role as a big sister.

“She’s very serious about her big sister role. It’s like one of her doll babies came alive,” the mom of two shares.

“She gets to take care of him, feed him, change his diapers, play with him, dress him up in different clothes like five times a day because she can, so she loves it.”

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Harley Pasternak: 5 Keys to a Fit Pregnancy (Plus: Meet My Baby!)

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Harley Pasternak is a celebrity trainer and nutrition expert who has worked with stars from Halle Berry and Lady Gaga to Robert Pattinson and Robert Downey Jr. He’s also a New York Times best-selling author, with titles including The Body Reset Diet and The 5-Factor Diet. Tweet him @harleypasternak.

Seventy-two hours ago, I became a dad to a healthy 8 lb., 13 oz. daughter named Liv (see her below!). My wife was incredible. The pregnancy was smooth, followed by a textbook natural delivery, and all the signs of a very speedy recovery.

While so much about getting pregnant, being pregnant and delivering the baby is out of one’s control, it’s essential to optimize what is in a woman’s control to tip the health odds in her favor during pregnancy.

Here are the five keys that helped my wife (not to mention so many of my expectant clients over the years) have a healthy, happy pregnancy:

1. Keep moving (moderately) most of the day. Most pregnant women do significantly less physical activity while pregnant (and seeing as how the average American is already far too inactive, this is not good). Studies show active, fit pregnant women often have fewer complications during pregnancy and childbirth. Use an activity monitor (my wife used a FitBit) and try to hit 10,000 steps per day. But avoid extreme temperatures, stay hydrated and don’t move too fast.

2. Graze, don’t gorge. When you’re pregnant, you should be eating approximately 300 calories more per day (equivalent to 1/3 cup of almonds or an apple with 2 low-fat mozzarella sticks). Make sure to get your calories in small meals throughout the day; consuming five to six meals or snacks daily could help you avoid indigestion, acid reflux and nausea.

3. Make healthy food choices. Being pregnant doesn’t give allowance to indulge regularly in cookies, cakes and croissants. Make sure every meal has a lean protein (chicken, fish, eggs), fiber (vegetables, fruits with edible seeds or edible seeds, whole grains) and healthy fats (avocado, olive oil, almonds).

4. Stay strong. Not only can you strength train during pregnancy, but you should! Keeping muscles toned and strong throughout pregnancy can help reduce the chances of getting gestational diabetes, sore back and fatigue, and most of all, it will help your body bounce back much faster post-baby. But make sure you don’t overdo it. Avoid exercises that require lying on your back from four months on, exercise in a well-ventilated room, and again, stay hydrated.

5. Get good sleep. I know firsthand that pregnant women can have trouble getting comfortable while sleeping. As a result, they often don’t get enough quality sleep (nor do their spouses), which can make the next morning feel far more difficult than it needs to be. Some women swear by a pregnancy pillow, some (like my wife) prefer using multiple pillows to support their body throughout the night, and others can’t sleep without memory foam pillows or mattresses. Whatever works for you is fine, but try to go to bed earlier than usual throughout your pregnancy, if possible.

NOTE: Pregnant women, especially those with high-risk pregnancies, should discuss all dietary and exercise changes with their doctors.

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Baby Liv, Courtesy Harley Pasternak

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