Kristin Davis Adopts Baby Girl
October 9, 2011 by staff
Kristin Davis Adopts Baby Girl, Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte York Goldenblatt sweet adorable in Sex and the City, announced yesterday that she is now the proud mother of a girl. The actress, 46, adopted her daughter in the country and named Gemma Rose Davis. Congratulations!
Christine shared her story with People magazine and gushed about her beautiful daughter as only a mother could. Now everyone … aaawww!
This is what he had to say: This is something I’ve wanted for a long time. Have this wish come true is even more rewarding than I ever imagined. I feel so blessed.
Kristin actually became Gema mother a few months ago, but kept it a secret, so he decided he wanted to return to the small. Just kidding. Obviously, Kristin wanted a little privacy with her daughter before the news broke.
Talk about life imitating art, though. Kristin’s character in Sex and the City was eager to have a baby, and her story of struggle and triumph spoke to a lot of women out there experiencing the same difficulties. In the series, Charlotte has adopted a beautiful girl and called her Lily, after she gave birth to a daughter named Rosa. It seems that Christina was inspired by each of the daughters of Charlotte, and possibly by fellow actress Sandra Bullock, too.
Of sand in the country adopted a baby, Louis, in August 2010 when she was 46 years old. Sandra also waited a few months to break the news to the media – how these two A-listers were able to hide their little bundles of joy is a mystery to me, but I’m glad you have the intimacy with their newborn babies they all deserved. Sand and Cristina are the women, both impressive and talented seem to care, nurture mothers with lots of love to give … I am very happy for them.
However, a big congratulations to the new Kristin mom! Well, as the cat of the bag now, I think we can see some cute baby photos?
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