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Model dating Haiti PM

 
 
Nemcova
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Model pairing

Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe is going Hollywood. The entrepreneur turned politician confirmed that he is in a relationship with Czech model Petra Nemcova to Ticket magazine, a supplement of Le Nouvelliste newspaper.

Nemcova was named Goodwill Ambassador for Haiti last year along with Wyclef Jean and Sean Penn (whom she was rumored to be dating). She survived the Indian Ocean tsunami of ’04 and went on to do charity work and compete on Dancing with the Stars. Born in Port au Prince, Lamothe studied in the U.S., attending Barry and St. Thomas universities.

Proud papa

While ex Kim Kardashian is busting at the seams, former Miami Dolphin Reggie Bush is already there. Fiancée Lilit Avagyan gave birth to a daughter Monday, the 28-year-old Detroit Lions running back’s rep told UsWeekly. Bush first announced the happy news during an October 2012 interview on the Paul and Young Ron Morning Show.

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