It's a girl for 42-year-old actress Uma Thurman. The "Kill Bill" star welcomed the new addition --her third child overall, but first with boyfriend Arpad Busson-- on July 15. A rep for Thurman confirmed the big news on July 16, sharing that both the new tot and her mom are doing well. Which other celebs have added --or will add-- baby number three to their broods in 2012? Here's a peek.
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck
Tinsel Town's cutest family of four morphed into its most adorable five-spot when Jen gave birth to Samuel, the supercouple's first bouncing baby boy, on February 27. The little guy joined big sisters Violet and Seraphina, and has been kept most under wraps by his protective parents. He was, however, spotted out and about with daddy in Puerto Rico, where Ben is shooting "Runner, Runner", over the weekend of July 14. So is little Sam destined to be the babe of the Garner-Affleck bunch? Maybe not. According to some reports, they're mulling bambino number four. Busy, busy, busy!
Baby will also make five for the "Melissa & Joey" star, who revealed that she was expecting via Twitter on April 17, a day shy of her 36th birthday. The newest little bundle, who's set to make an appearance in September, will form a trio with older bros Brady, 4, and Mason, 6, the former "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" actress' first two children with hubby Mark Wilkerson. Bet she'll conjure up a cutie!
She tied the knot in March of 2011, and revealed her pregnancy a year later. Though it'll be her first little one with husband Jim Toth, the "Walk the Line" star has two children with first husband Ryan Phillippe: daughter Ava, 12, and son Deacon, 8. Though she 's kept mostly mum about her impending arrival, she addressed her burgeoning belly during a late-June speaking engagement, joking that she felt "very round", and that she planned to take some time off this Fall to have a baby. Of course!
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