Hollywood’s baby boom

 

Yes, there are more Hollywood babies on the way. The latest expectant parents, according to Us Weekly: Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem. The To Rome, With Love actress is pregnant with the couple’s second child.

But wait, there are more. 30 Rock’s Tracy Morgan and his model fiancée Megan Wollover are expecting their first child together early this summer, according to People.com. “I am over the moon excited and just want a happy and healthy baby and a safe delivery for Megan,” said Morgan, who has three grown sons.

Jessica Simpson’s pal and former personal assistant Cacee Cobb and Donald Faison ( The Exes, Scrubs) are also expecting their first child together, People.com reports.

Meanwhile, new dad-to-be Channing Tatum is ready to take on the challenge of dealing with diapers (wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum is due this summer).

“I have never changed a diaper before, so I may need some help learning,” said Tatum to People at the New York premiere of his new film Side Effects, out Friday. “I don’t have friends who have kids, so it’s going to be an interesting experience. . . . ”

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