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Soccer star, wife shop for baby in Wynwood

 
 
Lorelei Taron and Radamel Falcao
Lorelei Taron and Radamel Falcao
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Colombian soccer sensation Radamel Falcao, fresh off signing a deal with AS Monaco estimated at almost $80 million, was spotted Tuesday baby-shopping with his pregnant wife, Argentine singer Lorelei Taron, at Genius Jones in Wynwood. Judging from his shopping spree, El Tigre plans to be a hands-on daddy. He tried on and purchased a wearable baby carrier by Stokke in dark navy color. Meanwhile, Taron picked out a folding baby bath tub in pink by Boon and a set of Hello Kitty swaddle blankets by Aden & Anais. The glamour couple, who arrived in a Bentley convertible coupe, stopped to pose for photos and sign autographs for a group of local players who interrupted their game at Soccer Town, next door to Genius Jones on Northeast Second Avenue, when they spotted the superstar.

Lionel Richie was seen Thursday night at Bianca at the Delano, having an Italian feast with a group of six. Richie, who kicks off his new tour Sept. 18 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, posed for pictures with fans after dinner.

Rapper T.I. was seen dining with friends Wednesday night at Prime 112. A few tables away was Kim Kardashian ex and sex tape co-star Ray J.

Actor Anthony Anderson was seen Saturday afternoon at Sugarcane having brunch with a friend.

Simple Minds front men Jim Kerr and Charlie Buchill had dinner Sunday night at The Forge. They were apparently guests at a dinner during which they played guitar and entertained until 2:30 a.m.

Timbaland was seen Wednesday at Bâoli Miami where he had dinner with his son and a group of friends. He ordered a $426 Robert Mondavi wine.

Venus Williams had dinner with friends Thursday night at Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill. While she didn’t imbibe any of their famous cocktails, she did indulge in their signature roasted chicken with truffle fingerling potatoes.

Dwyane Wade recently filmed his soon-to-be-released basketball app at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami’s NBA-sized court, which was also the venue for the now famous Beats by Dr Dre headphones commercial featuring LeBron James.

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