What’s Hot: Celebrity Mums With Babies

We often see celebrity mummies all dolled up for events or on the big screen, but when it comes to the day-to-day job of taking care of their little ones, these women are just like us!

Camilla Luddington

1 more from #thepatch ????… showing her pumpkins and letting her feel them on her toes ☺️????

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Camilla introduces her baby girl Hayden to pumpkins – just in time for Halloween too!

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Janet Jackson

My baby and me after nap time.

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She may have multiple awards to her name, but when it comes to nap time with her little one Janet Jackson’s just like any other mama.

Lauren Conrad

This little lamb had his first trip to the pumpkin patch today ????

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The ever-stylish Lauren dressed Liam up as a lamb for his first trip to the pumpkin patch.

Myolie Wu

Thank you everyone for your best wishes. We have been overwhelmed with love and Brendan is a lucky boy indeed. Many people have asked me how I feel now that he is born. And I would like to share some thoughts here. Basically I have told everyone that though I am totally in love with him, most of my focus has been, and should be, on his Mummy. While everyone has been doting on Brendan, it is so easy to forget about who gave the most. When a woman carries a child, the body goes through many changes for 40wks. As the due date gets closer, the nervousness of the delivery and anxiety and insecurity of physical, mental and life changes can overwhelm a mothers mind. Witnessing her labour, from the moment her water broke, going to hospital, and watching the contractions grow increasingly stronger over the hours from the excruciating expressions on her face – her refusal to take an epidural because she was so determined to feel a mothers sacrifice and love for our child through a natural birth. It was very difficult to stand by feeling helpless and just watch. I will never forget her fortitude. Trust me guys, us men are weak compared to the strength of a mother giving birth! And after the never ending contraction pain, the actual birth required superhuman strength to push, when there was absolutely nothing left to give, somehow she still found strength to give 100% again and again for nearly an hour. And now with physical pain all over the body, and breastfeeding, which does not allow Mummy to sleep and recover when she needs it the most. The immense pain and tiredness of full breastfeeding is so underestimated, and the mental determination to go through another cycle of physical suffering is just……humbling. To witness my Wife go through all of this – it isn't enough but I can only say thank you Mrs Lee. ILY. After Brendan's delivery I also had to give my mother a big hug for going through the same for me. A sincere salute to all mothers from the heart. They say a mothers love is like nothing else in the world….I think it is true. #pregnancy #motherhood #motherslove #mummy #mommy #breastfeeding #respect @myoliemyolie

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Myolie’s husband Phil captured this heartwarming photo of Myolie and their newborn, Brendan, not long after his birth. Congratulations to the happy couple!

Olivia Wilde

How Daisy and I feel about #1984onBroadway officially opening TONIGHT! Aaahhhhh!!!!! ????????????

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Olivia and Daisy look alike, don’t you think so? The mummy-daughter pair show off their pearly whites in an adorable photo together.

Pink

Mamas multitasking ????@hartluck

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She may be all dressed up with her hair and makeup done, but mama Pink’s playful side appears when it comes to bonding with younger son, Jameson.

Serena Williams

My mommy loves Snapchat

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Serena teaches Olympia how Snapchat filters work, something that every little one born in this day and age should be able to relate to!

Whitney Port

When you’re a mummy, caring about whether your manicure is perfect or not goes out the window. Just ask Whitney!

Just goes to show, no matter who we are or how high we climb, at the end of the day we all just want to be the best mummies to our little ones. And to your little ones, you will always be the most beautiful woman in the world. So the next time you have fruit loops in your hair and flour on your face, remember that those eyes looking adoringly at you think you are THE most beautiful thing to ever walk God’s good earth!

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