Tuesday, April 19, 2011

So much for celebrities

While Hale Berry is regretting ever being married, Victoria Becham considers names for her daughter, Mariah Carey looks forward to having her twins – a boy and a girl

The 44-year-old actress - who was previously wed to US baseball player David Justice and singer Eric Benet and has a three-year-old daughter Nahla from a past relationship with model Gabriel Aubry - thinks she has made a lot of "wrong choices" in her personal life and believes she would have been much happier if she had never walked down the aisle.

She said: "I wish I had known then that I was not the marrying kind. It would have saved me a lot of time, heartache and grief over the years.
 "I made all the wrong choices when it came to love. I have been an idiot." 

The 'Monster's Ball' star thinks her bad luck in love is because of a lack of a good paternal figure in her life growing up, which led her to embark on unhealthy relationships.

She explained in an interview with The Sun newspaper: "My father left us when I was young and that did affect my life. If I had a good father in my life, growing up, then I do not think I would have made the mistakes I made. I would not have been lost in love.

However, Halle - who is now romancing French actor Olivier Martinez - has accepted her past and learned from her mist

Victoria Beckham  

The fashion designer - who has children Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and six-year-old Cruz with soccer star
 David Beckham - is currently considering names for her new baby, and has been inspired by the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Monica. 
Victoria wants to name her daughter Santa.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Posh thinks Santa Beckham has a lovely ring to it and wants something unique.

"David prefers something traditional, but will probably go along with what she chooses."

Mariah Carey is currently pregnant with twins - a boy and a girl - and husband Nick Cannon says they are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their children as they can't wait to meet them.

He said: "I'm very ready for fatherhood, Igotta be. It's any day now."

The 'America's Got Talent' host says he and Mariah have already come up with names for the tots, but are keeping them a secret.

He told website Hollyscoop: "I haven't even told my mama yet."

Nick - who has his own radio show - has also promised his wife he will cut back on his workload once the babies arrive, saying: "She wants me. She's tired of me working and running all over the place. She just wants me to be there."

While he can't wait for the babies to born, Nick recently revealed he is worried he will "faint" when Mariah gives birth.

He tweeted: "I am probably going to faint in the delivery room! I need to man up!
 Or maybe I should say WOMAN UP since they are the ones that have to be the strongest in the whole ordeal! I am in awe of my wife!"

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